"Toonography" cards show pictures of a shopkeeper toon on the front of the card and a quote from them in the back.
"Cog" cards were cards which showed the image of a cog on the front, and details of the cog on the back. There was a mugshot of the cog on the back, with a summary of the cog and its statistics. Every cog had a trading card, with the exception of the Chief Justice and the Chief Executive Officer, who appeared in Toontown Online after the trading cards stopped selling.
"Gag" cards are cards displaying gags. These cards showcase every gag track of the first six gags in each. Level seven gags did not receive a trading card because Toontown discontinued selling trading cards.
"Fish" cards have a picture and the name of a fish on the front with a description and details on catching it on the back.
Great Moments in Toontown cards
- There are many errors when comparing the graphics on the cards to the game itself. For example, in the Name Dropper card the Name Dropper has green skin. In the game, however, they have purple skin.
- Also, the Big Weight card states it's 16 tons, but in-game it is only one ton.
- Trading cards from series three could be viewed at the old Toontown site and the test site before they got upgraded.
- The pictures above the gags in the Toon Hall are from the gag cards.