Here's something far rarer than a lot of people realize: Canadian-market Ambassador Spock with pog. This is the second-rarest of the second wave Canadian figures on 1994 cards, after Beverly, and this one comes up for sale about once a year if you watch for it very intently.
This one sold for $76.00 plus free shipping after 10 bids. I paid around $100 for mine earlier this year, and that was my first one that I was even able to get, because, once again, these appear for sale like once a year on average. So this is the lowest price I've seen these go for in about five years.
If you think about it, there are far fewer of these than Projections Barclays or Yesterday's Yars, because those were stockpiled since they were new & sought out by scalpers. On the other hand, these batches of Canadian market figures were not really preserved all that much, which is it's so hard to find them now. Add to this the fact that Ambassador Spock had three paint variations to look out for. The production numbers of these on Canadian cards were pretty tiny compared to the US-carded figures, in the low thousands, and of course nobody noticed this at the time because action figure magazines never figured this out because they were US-based. All they were concerned with were Sarek and Troi with pogs, and that was it.
How many of these are out there in the package? Likely not even over a hundred -- certainly fewer than Tapestry Picard, because most of those were all preserved, and there are one or two on eBay every week.
So, go find another, as they say.