Torri Higginson and Rachel Luttrell Sign Cards For Stargate Atlantis Season Two Trading Cards
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Rittenhouse Archives is pleased to announce that the second series of trading cards for the Stargate SG-1
spin-off show Stargate: Atlantis, now in its third season, to be released on September 20, 2006. The
show’s two leading female stars, Torri Higginson (Dr. Elizabeth Weir) and Rachel Luttrell (Teyla Emmagan), will
be signing autograph cards to be found exclusively in the Stargate: Atlantis Season Two Trading Cards series.
Each box will contain 2 autograph cards and the lineup is once again top-notch with over a dozen signers! In
addition to Higginson and Luttrell, we have included a number of recurring, key guest stars including Connor
Trinneer (Michael), Brandy Ledford (Norina), Claire Rankin (Dr. Heightmeyer), Kavan Smith (Major Lorne), Andee
Frizzell (Wraith Queen) and others!
Along with an autograph card, collectors can look for randomly inserted costume card featuring costume material
from Major John Sheppard, Dr. Rodney McKay, Wraith Warriors and more!
Also randomly inserted into boxes of the Stargate: Atlantis Season Two Trading Cards will be several exciting bonus
sets, including The Quotable Stargate: Atlantis cards, Warriors in Action cards, Atlantis Crew cards (printed on
plastic) and Stargate: Atlantis In Motion cards (lenticular cards).
Each box of Stargate: Atlantis Season Two Trading Cards will contain 40 packs with a suggested retail price of $2.10
per pack and $84.00 per box. The 72-card base set will cover all 20 season-one episodes with complete plot synopses
and exciting imagery. Fans and collectors will also be able to store their collections in a custom designed collector's
album, which will retail for $39.99, and contain an exclusive autograph card signed by Garwin Sanford as Simon.
Rittenhouse Archives, Ltd. is a leading producer of science fiction and fantasy based trading cards and related
collectables. Our licenses include Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, James Bond, Xena: Warrior Princess, Stargate SG-1,
Farscape, Twilight Zone, The Six Million Dollar Man, Conan, The Dead Zone and Lost In Space.
Source: Rittenhouse Archives Ltd.
Date: July 25, 2006
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