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IAW #1691


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EBAY#: 140084378739 START: 2007-02-09 13:48:00 (week 9)
END: 2007-02-16 13:48:00
BIDS: 12PRICE: $528.00confirmedsuccess
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Who can forget the stunning visual effects created for the ‘Stellar Cartography' lab on the “U.S.S. Enterprise-D” during Star Trek VII: Generations? While tracking down their captured crewman and his kidnapper, “Captain Picard” (Patrick Stewart) and “Data” (Brent Spiner) enter a lab that has vastly changed since its first appearance in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Lessons”. This study model is part of what made it all possible; a white foam core model on a 12 X 12 inch square base standing approx. 7.75 inches high of a ¼ inch scale set. The model features a round base supporting an entryway that mounts a centrally positioned workstation with a rail. A clear plastic ‘screen’ is evident surrounding the model through which can be seen the interior. A ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation Feature’ application is present in the 24th century title font, and another application indicating the production designer (Herman Zimmerman) and Art director (Sandy Veneziano). The model stands on a quartet of feet and due to storage conditions shows some signs of wear in that the plastic ‘screen’ is peeling from the model in one location due to the white tape having lost some of its adherence. Also, a section of the ceiling appears to have been mislaid if in fact the item was ever supposed to have included it.


Canon::NA | Contains::Interesting/Meaningful text | Contains::Logo | Seen In/Used For::Generations | Species/Culture::Starfleet | Type::Model | Weird/Special::bp's favorites