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STAR TREK VOYAGER BOTHEN SHIP MODEL FROM PERSISTANCE OF VISION & REVULSION
The Botha were a reclusive species featured in the Star Trek Voyager episode Persistance of Vision in which they caused the Voyager crew to experience elaborate hallucinations. This highly detailed Bothen ship model is made of formed plastic painted green with brown shading. It has alien script on each wing and on the front. It has electronic capabilities to light up small LED lights however the electronics are untested. Additional pieces that fit on the underside of the model are included. They were located in a bag in the wooden crate with the model. Model measures approx. 34 x 28 x 8 inches. The first use of this ship was in the Voyager episode Prime Factors as a Sikarian ship. This ship has a new owner but I'm going to keep the info about it on my site.



STAR TREK X NEMESIS STYLE HERO STARFLEET TYPE III MARK III PHASER RIFLE
This prop is not in my collection anymore, it will be missed. A working hero version Starfleet Type III Mark III phaser rifle featured in Star Trek X Nemesis. The item is a solid cast resin prop weapon with multiple working internal electronic features and metal accents. The prop is similar to previous Nemesis style phasers excepting that instead of metallic silver chrome adhesive accents the item is adorned with fashioned sheets of metal accents, some of which have lost their adhesive characteristics, but are accompanying. Multiple working battery powered electronic features are present and they are listed as a working Surfire name brand flashlight mounted into a fixed housing at the top of the stock that activates at the push of a button on the bottom of the stock, a working power readout on the stock that activates via a button switch (a line of green LEDs lights brightly across the gauge from left to right, and a second red line of LEDs follows immediately thereafter), and a working trigger activates a four diodes at the barrel end and four on either side of the emission tip to create a firing effect. The power readout gauge functions on a CR 2 S sized 3volt battery, the other internal elements work on unknown batteries which still retain power from production use. Another electronic feature is the power cell which is revealed by sliding back a metal cover plate immediately in front of the gauge that is composed of a fashioned resin power pack with translucent acrylic batteries affixed to the top. This item is powered by a 25A sized 9volt battery that is housed internally and lights the item red, the lights do not deactivate except by way of a pressure switch that, when resting in its cavity within the weapon, should be stilled by sliding the cover over it. The weapon is also outfitted with a black nylon shoulder strap that retracts into the butt of the item. The item is painted metallic pewter with black accents, some scuffs are visible on the nose of the item and some paint flecking has occurred at the butt of the rifle. The only major damage to the item is the scope characteristic of this version in the film is broken completely away from the rear of the flashlight mounting though a yellow and a green wire is still present. The battery casing across the top of the emission end has not been opened and in fact the screws are painted into a fixed position. The item measures approx. 33 X 2 X 9.25 inches.



STAR TREK ENT USS DEFIANT NAME PLAQUE SET DRESSING FROM IN A MIRROR, DARKLY
A piece of set dressing featured in the two-part, mirror universe, Star Trek Enterprise episode In a Mirror, Darkly: Part I and II; wherein the mirror universe Commander Archer mutinies against Captain Forrest on the ISS Enterprise to pursue and take control of a Starfleet vessel 100 years more advanced than anything currently in use. This item is the name plaque that hangs on the bridge of the ship that Commander Archer wants to take control of; it is a particle-board plaque, painted copper, with raised letters that read U.S.S. DEFIANT, CONSTITUTION CLASS, TRANQUILITY BASE. The item measures approx. 18 X 10 inches with a negligible height. The first photo was taken by a crew member on the set. This piece is no longer in my collection.



STAR TREK TNG KLINGON SHIP HULL WITH MICROBIOTIC DAMAGE FROM A MATTER OF HONOR
A one of a kind special effects piece created for the Star Trek The Next Generation episode A Matter of Honor in which Commander Riker participates in the Officer Exchange Program between Starfleet and the Klingon Defense Force. The item is the outer hull of a Klingon Bird of Prey, the I.K.C. Pagh, which had been infected by a microbiotic colony, a rare subatomic life form which eats away at the hull of starships. This item was developed for close up shots and is made from a wood frame, vacuum formed molds with Styrofoam support, and plastic details. The item is green colored with Klingon lettering in two places, multiple raised details, and a centered hole with rust coloring surrounding. This excellent item is suitable for wall mounting and is a piece of modern art measuring approx. 38 X 46.5 X 3.75 inches.



STAR TREK VOYAGER BORG SUBDERMAL PROBE FROM DARK FRONTIER
A Borg subdermal probe featured in the Star Trek Voyager episode Dark Frontier in which the Borg tried to re-assimilate Seven of Nine so she in turn could assimilate Humanity. The probe is made of resin painted gun metal gray with metal components added for detail. A small button on the top activates five green LED lights, two of which flash intermittently. Measures approx. 9.25 x 2 x 1.5 inches. This item is no longer in my collection

STAR TREK ENTERPRISE HERO KLINGON HAND PISTOL
A hero prop Klingon energy pistol featured in various episodes of Star Trek Enterprise like Bounty and Cold Station Twelve. The item is a sturdy resin prop gun, all of which is painted brown, black, and metallic silver and distressed to appear aged. The item comes with a well crafted brown and tan leather holster with an affixed Binachi International Universal Military Holster clasp and a leather lace for tying around the thigh. Together the items measure approx. 16.5 X 8.5 X 3.5 inches. While at the 2007 Vegas convention a prop maker that worked at the shop where these were made stated they made 3 of them in resin with metal tips and all the others were molded from those 3 for the series. This is one of the original 3 made for Enterprise.



Argo Cannon from Nemesis
Argo cannon, a metal cast prop canon featuring rubberized, folding handles, the ability to rotate around a central axis and move forward and back along a slide;, dark-gray and black accents, a Starfleet serial number that reads "Tertiary Subsystem", and a graphical application of a "Phase Targeting" readout featuring numerous faux buttons and scanner readout of the terrain. The cannon item measures 39 X 30 X 12 inches. 1 of 2 or 3 made for Nemesis.



Star Trek VI The Undiscovered Country Cup and Saucer
A cup & saucer featuring USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A vessel number and emblem applied in sheer stickers to the Pfaltzgraff china cup and used in the banquet scene when Captain Kirk and crew are made to dine with their longtime enemies, the Klingons in Star Trek VI The Undiscovered Country. This scene proved so popular that it later inspired a line of china with factory silk-screened logos, based on this very screen-used prop. Authenticated by the world's foremost curators of television artifacts, The Comisar Collection of Beverly Hills.

*Comm Badge from Voyager
This is a screenused comm badge from the Voyager series. I purchased it from a collector who got it from a person who worked at Industrial Light and Magic.



STAR TREK VIII ENTERPRISE NCC-1701 GOLD SHIP MODEL
A plastic model dipped in gold colored metal and purposefully broken for on screen use in the feature film Star Trek VIII First Contact. Featured during the scene in which Captain Picard and Lilly Sloane debate over the reality that his actions against the Borg are revenge driven, the model is broken along with several others when in a moment of rage Picard lashes out with his weapon and destroys the display case depicting the famous line of Starfleet vessels also titled USS Enterprise. The model is that of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701, the ship made famous by Star Trek The Original Series, and comes in three pieces, the saucer section and the neck that connects it to the next piece, the secondary hull with still loosely attached portside warp nacelle, and the unattached starboard warp nacelle. The pieces measure approx. 10.75 X 2.5 inches, 14.25 X 7 X 5, and 5 X 12 inches respectively. Some evidence of patina exists.

STAR TREK VIII METALLIC GOLD USS ENTERPRISE-A MODEL
A smashed prop model of the famous starship USS Enterprise-A featured in Star Trek VIII First Contact on the wall of ships in the observation lounge of the USS Enterprise-E. The model is plastic reinforced with metal pins, dipped in a metallic gold metal based compound. The item is distressed to appear broken in that both wrap nacelles are removed and the support strut for the starboard nacelle is separate. The secondary hull (engine section) features a positioned ball joint for a mounting arm and the saucer section is loose from the rest of the model. The item measures approx. 17 X 10, while the nacelles are 7 inches long.

STAR TREK VIII FIRST CONTACT MODEL ENTERPRISE NAME PLAQUE
A piece of set dressing featured in the eighth Star Trek feature film First Contact. This item is a name plaque for one of the model ships in the glass case that Captain Picard breaks with the phaser rifle; it is a brown plaque with gold lettering that says U.S.S. Enterprise, Constitution Class Starship, NCC-1701-A. The item measures approx. 3 X 1.5 inches.

Star Trek Deep Space Nine Costume Ears and Tribbles
Odo, the Shape Shifter's foam latex ear make-up appliances in excellent condition, as worn by the Chief of Security for the DS9 outpost, portrayed by actor Rene Auberjonois in Star Trek Deep Space Nine and donated by the production to benefit a charity in 1995. Also included, three assorted tribbles used in their contemporary re-telling of a classic 1960s Star Trek episode titled Trials & Tribble-ations, a prop bar of gold-pressed latinum, a computer wall panel, two Lucite computer chips, and a futuristic pen, all from the popular TV series. Authenticated by the world's foremost curators of television artifacts, The Comisar Collection of Beverly Hills.



STAR TREK STARSHIP CONCEPT STUDY MODEL
A concept or study model created for Star Trek episodic television or feature films. The item is a white injection molded plastic model of an altered Excelsior-Class refit starship made from a licensed product. The piece features the remains of an adhesive mount on the ventral side of the ship where a brace may have been positioned in the past. The item measures approx. 14.75 X 7 X 3 inches.



STAR TREK DS9 CAMERA TEST MODEL MINIATURE GALAXY CLASS SHIP
A white foam core fashioned camera test model miniature of a Federation Galaxy Class ship like those appearing in various episodes of Star Trek Deep Space Nine. The item is composed of eight white foam core pieces with photocopied paper details adhered across the dorsal side. The item depicts slight damage from the removal of a motion control rod on the ventral side and measures approx. 10 X 7 X 1.25 inches.

STAR TREK MATCHING BUILDING MODELS FROM LIFESIGNS
A pair of matching building models created for Star Trek episodic television to represent buildings on a skyline. The items are mounted on foam square-shaped bases with plastic tubes running up to create a pedestal, and three metal rings representing the actual structure of the buildings. A variety of graphical applications representing windows and detail are applied to the items and both feature an elevator positioned on the pedestal at differing heights. The items are painted light blue and measure approx. 8 X 7 X 14.25 inches and 8.75 X 9.5 X 21 inches. The circular structures at the top have come off their pedestals but are included and the graphical applications have lost a degree of their adhesive quality, yet the overall aesthetic of the items is still present and viable. From Lifesigns where they were Utopia Planitia pieces.

*STAR TREK VOYAGER DELTA FLYER LCARS PANEL AND SEATBACK LOT FROM DRIVE
A lot of items featured in various episodes of Star Trek Voyager including Drive; wherein Tom Paris enters the Delta Flyer in a goodwill interstellar race but finds it sabotaged by someone who wants to prevent such sentiments. This lot includes three LCARS panels; rectangular pieces of smoked acrylic, curved on the ends, featuring graphical applications adhered to the reverse of various shapes and colored controls labeled with letters and numbers, and a rounded, rectangular piece cut out of the top for another LCARS panel. One of such panels features silver detail, its own graphical application of two ascending lines of numbers with a wavelength graphic between them. Included are four of the seat back head rests also featured in various scenes on the Delta Flyer; an orange frame, metal inset and detail, two notched poles that attach to the seat to adjust the height, an indented rod shaped neck rest, a rectangular, mauve-colored cushion, three banks of multi-colored blinking lights on the reverse, and an activator switch towards the bottom on the left. The lights on all four items work but the activator switch on one of them needs to be resoldered. Beneath the cushion is the circuitry involved with the blinking lights, that runs on four nine-volt batteries. The LCARS panels measure approx. 17 X 9 X 2 inches and the seat back measures approx.20 X 15 X 10 inches.



STAR TREK CONCEPT DRAWINGS FOR VOYAGER, FIRST CONTACT, AND GENERATIONS
A set of 12 concept drawings that are each applied to black poster board and are not originals. The items depict various bridge concept ideas created for Star Trek Voyager which feature some design elements that may have been later included in other Starfleet ship sets. Interesting unused designs include screen consoles hanging from the ceiling, computer terminals not facing forward, or all stations facing the command chair, very round designs and completely formulaic designs with all right angles, a viewscreen that wraps around the entire bridge, very enclosed bridges, very open ones, and more. One drawing is of a very aerodynamic Oberth-Class design, some other outer hull designs are present which are departures from typical Starfleet vessels. A design for the Vulcan lander from Star Trek VIII First Contact is present showing its landing path and apparently designed by John Eaves. A sketch of Risa from the Star Trek Deep Space Nine episode Let He Who is Without Sin is present, highly detailed, with lots of vegetation. There is a design for an engineering section with a very Galaxy-Class style warp core, an access corridor, a shuttle bay with two shuttle concepts in it, a holodeck with what appears to be crystals growing out of all quarters, a sickbay operating table taken from the perspective of an outside viewing, and a large council chamber incorporating the emblems of Bajor, the UFP, Klingons, and the Cardassians. Finally, a set of Star Trek VII Generations USS Enterprise-D bridge updates are present involving the additional bridge computer terminals on the left and right of the command pit as well as a concept for improving the appearance of the transporter room. More than half of the poster boards measure approx. 19 X 13 inches, the others measure 18 X 12 inches.



STAR TREK TNG SPECIAL EFFECTS MINIATURE ASTEROIDS FROM PEGASUS
A set of four prop asteroids believed to have appeared in the Star Trek The Next Generation episode Pegasus. The items are believed to be volcanic rocks and are mounted on motion control rods each wrapped in fluorescent orange paper, some of the rocks have a degree of the same color painted on them sparsely. The items measure generally 15 X 7.5 X 3 inches.



NEMESIS KOLARAN JEEP CANNON
Featured in the ARGO scene of Star Trek X: Nemesis during with Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart), Data, and Worf comprised an away team to the planet Kolarus III. Investigating the possibility of another android like Data being present on the planet the away team was accosted by Kolaran natives, a reptilian alien whose limited technology lead them to drive surface vehicles like all terrain jeeps and buggies with top mounted energy weapons. This item is from one of those vehicles, a turret mounted prop gun made from multiple components of cast resin, metal, plastic, wood, mesh wiring, rope, and colored cloth. The item is painted to appear aged and dirt from the shooting location is still crammed within its crevices. The tip of the barrel is slightly bent. Measures approx. 40 X 12 X 6 inches.



*STAR TREK DS9 BAJORAN TEMPLE CONCEPT MODEL
A concept model created for Star Trek Deep Space Nine. The item is made from white foam core with multiple photocopied pencil sketches printed or adhered to the face of the walls and flooring for depth and dimension. The item depicts a section of ruins with a single standing figure for scale. Due to time and storage conditions the item depicts a visible degree of damage in that one of the walls is separate but accompanying and two pillars share the same fate. The item features a staircase, a broken down wall, small entry ways, and stands on a thick base. The item measures approx. 16 X 19 X 10.5 inches.



STAR TREK “FLOATING STARSHIP WRECKAGE MODEL
A prop model similar to those featured throughout Star Trek episodic television. This item is a model of was believed to the wreckage of a Kazon starship; it is composed of foam core base around multiple layers of cardboard layers denoting the different levels of the ship, multicolored, plastic accents meant to be pieces of the outer and inner hulls, encased partially in black foil wrap. The item features electrical wiring suggesting lit up somehow and is attached via a wood brace, to a metal pole. The item measures approx. 40 X 10 X 10 inches.

STAR TREK X NEMESIS ROMULAN SENATE STOOLS PAIR
Two Romulan Senate stools used in the feature film Star Trek X Nemesis. Both are saddle shaped and painted metallic bronze with oval bases and woven seats fore comfort. Measuring approx. 26 X 33 inches.

STAR TREK DS9 ALIEN HEAD MASK FROM ARMAGGEDON GAME
An alien head made for use on a background alien that was featured during the Star Trek Deep Space Nine series including the episode Armageddon Game. The detailed head is made of latex that is painted to give the appearance of flesh. The top of the head is furry to the touch and there are false teeth in the mouth. The mask is displayed on a wooden base. (Please note that the crew here at the Star Trek Auction are quite fond of this fellow who we named Lancaster so whoever wins him please take care of him) Measures approx. 11 x 11 x 15 inches

STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION 24th CENTURY ENTERPRISE-D TABLE
A set dressing table featured in various episodes of Star Trek The Next Generation and of the style that would have been in either Counselor Troi's office, personal quarters, or Ten Forward. The item itself is an oval shaped table with a glossy tan top surface, pinkish velveteen upper base, for wheels attached to a lower base the same color as the top. This piece measures approx. 35 X 28 X 27.5 inches.

*STAR TREK ENT ROMULAN TELEPRESENCE DEVICE FROM BABEL ONE AND THE AENAR
A piece of set dressing featured in the Romulan Interference Aenar story arc of the fourth season of Star Trek Enterprise. This item is part of the circuitry aboard the Romulan Telepresence controlled Drone ship and consists of a black, roughly hexagonal frame that has three identical panels that all feature two predominant parts; the first part is a piece of smoked acrylic with a graphical application of Romulan iconographic symbols adhered to the reverse in the LCARS-style, and the second is a rectangular shape that bulges in the middle with similar Romulan symbols painted onto multi-colored symbols and clear, acrylic nodule accents. Screws on the panels grant access to what is beneath them; in the case of the LCARS-style panels, it grants access to the wiring involved with lighting them. The hexagonal frame was only seen on camera from one side so what would be the other three sides is merely a round, wooden panel. The top has a circular hole in the middle where additional circuitry is inserted, several holes for screws and two groups of three fasteners are found behind the circular hole. A standard, three prong, 110-volt plug powers the electronics and measures approx. 27 X 23 X 30 inches.

STAR TREK STARSHIP DEBRIS
A lot of four mid-sized model components distressed to appear as exploded starship debris features variously in Star Trek episodic television. The items appear to be a Starfleet warp nacelle, the connection section of a Galaxy-Class ship between the primary and secondary hulls, a support strut for a warp nacelle, and what appears to be part of a Klingon or Romulan ship hull based on its green paint. The items feature placements or sections of rods used to mounting against blue or green screen, and multiple loose, or barely hanging on elements made to appear torn from other pieces. The items vary in measurement approximating 13 X 14 X 7 inches, 24 X 24 X 2.5 inches, 13 X 14 X 8 inches, and 17 X 4.75 inches.



STAR TREK DS9 RUNABOUT MODEL WRECKAGE
A selection of Runabout model components distressed to appear destroyed. During the course of Star Trek Deep Space Nine many runabouts were destroyed. These model components were used to depict the wreckage of those ships after they were destroyed by any number of circumstances. The selection contains the remnants of five warp nacelles, two of which appear to be the remains of the USS Ganges, destroyed by a T Lani cruiser in the episode Armageddon Game as the registry number NCC-72454 is still evident on both. All of the components feature the familiar Starfleet paint color scheme and a high degree of warping due to melting, scorch marks, holes with added exposed lattice and wiring. Several of the pieces appear to house mini-lights for special effects that are connected to a variety of wires with exposed ends. These untested items might in fact still light up if one were so inclined to determine the voltage necessary for illuminating them. One piece appear to be a large section of main body hull, another a mission module, and another still part of the aft quarters torn away.



STAR TREK VOYAGER ALIEN HEAD MASK LATENT IMAGE
This impressive alien head mask was made for the Star Trek Voyager episode Latent Image in which the alien launched an unprovoked attack on a U.S.S. Voyager shuttle. The mask is made of latex painted in shades of brown and gold to simulate skin detail. There are four resin tusks around the mouth while the other tusks and spikes are made of latex. There are splits up each side of the face to allow the actor's head to fit into the mask.

STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE XINDI-REPTILIAN FACE APPLICATION
The Xindi-reptilians are an aggressive humanoid race of the Xindi species. Featured for the first time in the Star Trek Enterprise series, the Xindi-reptilians were keenly focused on destroying planet Earth, going so far as to try and create a Xindi bioweapon to completely annihilate humanity. Their facial structure is distinctly reptilian with scaly ridges and prominent brows. Small tusks protrude from around the mouth and black spikes protrude from their heads. This delicate latex prosthetic was used to create the Xindi-reptilian appearance and is airbrushed extensively to create skin texture, shadows and definition. The tusks and spikes are made of resin.

      

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