Trek Artifacts 1967 Leaf Trading Card Set

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PUBLISHED: Sept 9, 2006
AUTHOR: Greg Jones

We continue our look at the 1967 Leaf Trading Cards with cards 10 through 18.  For the original article containing information on the card set and images of the packaging, click here.

FRONT BACK
Card front is from "The Carbomite Maneuver", I believe. Spock is not holding a box but rather a small stack of Enterprise computer tapes. Back text describes a "non-episode". Who are the Snards?
Photo looks like an outtake from "Where No Man Has Gone Before" since Spock's collar is unfastened. Spock was never in command in this episode! Back text describes a non-episode, although plot elements from different episodes are mentioned.
Photo looks like an outtake from "The Naked Time" with Spock's uniform torn at the left shoulder. Again, Spock never assumes command in the episode. Back text describes "The Squire of Gothos", in which Spock does take command briefly, but doesn't match up with the card front photo.
Photo could be from any number of episodes. Back text is technically a non-episode, although it describes plot elements from "The Naked Time", "This Side Of Paradise", and "Miri".
Card front photo is from "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Back text describes "A Balance Of Terror" which doesn't match the front photo. Note the wording: "If his calculations are correct, he knows where the vessel is despite proof of the facts." Huh?
Front photo is from "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Back text describes a non-episode, which, again, uses plot elements from several different episodes.
Although the caption (and back text) indicates the episode "Arena", the front photo is actually from "Where No Man Has Gone Before"; note the gold instead of black collar on Kirk's shirt. Back text describes "Arena", which doesn't match the front photo.
Front photo looks like it's from "The Man Trap" or "The Enemy Within" but could be from any number of episodes. Back text is a non-episode. What I want to know is, how does Kirk "pretend" to be Yoeman Rand?!
Front photo appears to be a posed publicity shot. Back text describes the opening scene from "Where No Man Has Gone Before". The front photo doesn't match (note Spock in blue shirt instead of gold) but represents the scene described.