There were only eleven different original STAR TREK stories, but they have been
released and re-released a number of times in different record types. There have been a total of twenty-three
record packages released from 1975 to 1979 by Peter Pan Records and Power Records which was a division
of Peter Pan Industries. Ten of these were 7 inch 45 RPM records, three were 7 inch 33-1/3 RPM mini
LPs and eight were 12" 33-1/3 LP records. Ten of the record sets contained a read along comic book.
Listed below are these 23 record packages. For each record is given a cover image, production
year, record type and package contents. Also given for each record is a list of the titles of the
stories included in the package which link to the individual story pages within this site.
Included at the bottom of this, and other pages in this site, is a link to a search for
STAR TREK Records in Ebay the online auction site. Ebay is definitely the easiest way to
locate and collect these long-out-of-production STAR TREK items. I receive no compensation
for linking to Ebay; I simply do so as a service to visitors of this site.
The STAR TREK Story Records are readily available via online auctions such as
and since they exist in such abundance the going prices for most 45 RPM records are around $3 to $9.
Their worth is surprising low despite the fact that they are around 25 years old. The 45 RPM STAR TREK Story Records were
produced in such quantities that many, many exist in perfect condition still in shrink-wrap!
The 33-1/3 RPM LP STAR TREK Story Records are less abundant and are thus more expensive.
With the exception of Record #22 and Record #23, most LP's can be found through online auctions for
around $12-$25. The LP's produced prior to 1979 are more expensive than the ones with photo covers which
were produced in great abundance in 1979 to coincide with the release of the first STAR TREK movie.
Record #22 is a fairly rare 12-inch record with 6 stories on it produced in 1979. Record #23 is
a very rare 12-inch record with 5 stories on it produced in 1979. Both are worth around $30 or $40 dollars but
may still sell for less by auctioners unaware of their value.