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ENTERPRISE SOONG'S QUARTERS SET DRESSING
Arik Soong was a genetics doctor from the 22nd century who created the Soong-type androids, the most famous of which was Data. This piece of hardware was used as set dressing in Soong's quarters during the Star Trek Enterprise episode Borderland. It's a metal sphere mounted on a wood base with numerous components and attachments joined on. A Starfleet ID label is attached to the base. Measures approx. 14 x 14 x 15 inches.

STAR TREK VOYAGER DA VINCI'S MORTAR AND PESTLE
A holoprogram used by Captain Janeway of the U.S.S. Voyager, Da Vinci's workshop was a place of amazing constructs and even more impressive ideas. Portrayed by John Rhys-Davies, Leonardi Da Vinci worked alongside Janeway asking life's questions and attempting to solve them. Da Vinci appeared in several episodes like Scientific Method and Concerning Flight. This mortar and pestle came from a set workshop devoted to the Da Vinci character. Made of ceramic, the mortar still has some white and orange pigment crushed in the bottom of it. The accompaying pestle is made of carved wood. Mortar measures approx. 7 inches diameter.

STAR TREK FIVE CERAMIC POT LOT
This set of five ceramic pots was used during the filming of Star Trek episodic television and or Star Trek feature films. The lot includes a red clay ceramic pot with a handle on the side and distress to the outer surface, a yellow glazed jar with small handles, a brown glazed pot with a handle on the side and a small opening at the top, a cream glazed pot and a smaller ceramic pot with a handle. Largest item measures approx. 13 x 9 inches.

STAR TREK: VULCAN EARS
The Vulcans are a humanoid race from the plant Vulcan who are known for their great sense of logic and stoic nature. They were one of the instrumental species responsible for establishing the United Federation of Planets. One prominent characteristic of the Vulcans is their pointed ears and now you too can own a pair! Made of cast latex, each ear is designed to attach over a human ear. Each measures approx. 2 x 1 inches.

STAR TREK ENTERPRISE HORIZONTAL BUTTON PANEL
A piece of smoked acrylic with a graphical application affixed to the front, with beveled sides, and a series of black, white, and grey faux rubber buttons appearing as set dressing on various episodes of Star Trek Enterprise. Items like these appeared typically next to doors for characters to use in opening the doors. This particular item is interesting apart from the others in that the values represented on the item are positioned in such a fashion as to affix it horizontally on a set wall or console. The item measures approx. 5.5 X 1.25 X .5 inches.



VOYAGER HENRY STARLING TROPHY & CERTIFICATE
Henry Starling was featured in the Star Trek Voyager episodes Future’s End Part I and Part II. A native of Earth, Starling was largely responsible for its computer revolution towards the end of the 20th century. The first piece is his Certificate of Excellence in recognition of his achievements in the field of Astronomical Sciences that is framed and mounted on a wire. The second piece is a MNCPA award that appears to be made of black marble with two pieces of black acrylic attached to it. One of the pieces reads Henry Starling and the other reads, Award 1992. Both pieces were on display in his office during the Future's End episodes. The certificate measures approx. 11 x 9 inches and the trophy measures approx. 10 x 3 x 3 inches.



VOYAGER HENRY STARLING PLAQUE & CERTIFICATE
Henry Starling was featured in the Star Trek Voyager episodes Future’s End Part I and Part II. A native of Earth, Starling was largely responsible for its computer revolution towards the end of the 20th century. The first piece is his Man of the Year Award plaque from the Partners in Science, Silicone Valley, CA. The plaque is made of particle board made to look like black marble. The metal part of the plaque engraved and the silver colored embellishments are plastic. The second piece is Starling's Certificate of Achievement in Academic Excellence. The certificate is framed, wired on the back and has a gold colored faux seal on it. Due to time and storage, the certificate has some dents in it. Both pieces were on display in his office during the Future's End episodes. The plaque measures approx. 15 x 12 inches and the certificate measures approx 17 x 11 inches.

STAR TREK VOYAGER HENRY STARLING PLAQUE AND DIPLOMA FROM FUTURE'S END PART I AND II
Henry Starling was featured in the Star Trek Voyager episodes Future's End Part I and Part II. A native of Earth, Starling was largely responsible for its computer revolution towards the end of the 20th century. The first piece is his Collector's Emporium Honors plaque for his contribution to the future of exotic collections. The plaque is made of particle board made to look like gray marble. The metal part of the plaque is engraved in gold colored lettering. The second piece is Starling's diploma for his Bachelor of Science degree. The certificate is framed, wired on the back and has a gold colored faux seal on it. Due to time and storage, the certificate has some dents in it. Both pieces were on display in his office during the Future's End episodes. The plaque measures approx. 10 x 8 inches and the diploma measures approx 11.25 x 8.75 inches.

*STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE EXPLODED PANEL
An item featured in Star Trek Enterprise for a scene during which damaged computer or button panels were present. The item has a graphical application of various instruments on the front which is distressed to appear burned and torn, a larger rupture in the middle with exposed, burnt wires, and sliced tubes and melted plastic on a rectangular base of compressed foam core. It measures approx. 20 X 10.5 X 2 inches.

ENTERPRISE ARCHER'S STOLEN PICK-UP LICENSE TAGS
A pair of faux license tags created for the episode Carpenter Street of Star Trek Enterprise which were affixed to the picture car acquired for use in the same episode. When Captain Archer and T'Pol went back in time to 2004 in Detroit, Michigan to stop a Xindi-Reptillian plot to alter history, they were forced to acquire a vehicle for use in their investigation. The truck is not available, but the faux license tags are, a pair of molded plastic tags, blue with white raised writing inscribed Michigan with a numeric value, distressed by paint to appear used on a vehicle. The second tag is identical except in that it features graphical applications of renewal stickers. Common practice for television and motion picture production is for picture cars to have faux license tags created for on screen use that do not use registered numbers within the state. The items measure approx. 12 X 6 inches.

      

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