The 11th card in the 1967 Star Trek set is titled, “Spock in Command”. There are actually two cards with this same title (Cards #11 and #12). With the 1967 Star Trek trading card 11, you’ll find Spock seated, while in card#12, you find him standing.
In this short article, we’ll discuss the 1967 Star Trek trading card 11, what the card looks like, it’s value, and more.
Front of the Card
The front of 1967 Star Trek trading card 11 features Spock in command at a seated position. The card is surrounded with a white border. At the bottom, you’ll find the title, “Spock in Command” in a black box.
Back of the Card
On the back of 1967 Star Trek trading card 11, you’ll find the number, title, and descriptions as follows:
Mr. Spock takes command of the Enterprise when communications with Captain Kirk in a planet are lost. Spock’s orders are to warp out of orbit if no word is received from the captain in 24 hours. The Vulcanian refuses to obey. He keeps the Starship orbiting despite strange variations in power. Kirk returns after a fatiguing battle with a space monster to praise Spock, at least once, for disobedience.
Value of 1967 Star Trek Trading Card 11
So what’s the 1967 Star Trek trading card 11 worth? Here’s the book value, according to PSA.
- PSA 4 (VG-EX): $5
- PSA 5 (EX): $15
- PSA 6 (EX-MT): $25
- PSA 7 (NM): $40
- PSA 8 (NM-MT): $100
- PSA 9 (Mint): $265
Keep in mind that market conditions often push the prices over the book value due to how rare 1967 Star Trek trading card 11 is.
Expect to spend at least $10 on even the lowest quality specimen of this card.
So what do we do now? You may want to look at some other 1967 Star Trek trading cards:
- 1967 Star Trek Card #1
- 1967 Star Trek Card #72
Maybe you’re interested in learning about other Star Trek sets.
If you’re looking to buy, sell or trade 1967 Star Trek trading card 11, let me know. I have this card available.