Star Trek Auction Listings

IAW #8344


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eBay Listings

EBAY#: 140251030756 START: 2008-07-19 15:12:00 (week 84)
END: 2008-07-26 15:12:00
BIDS: 6PRICE: $103.50confirmedsuccess
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A special effects make-up application created for Star Trek episodic television or feature films intended to be a Klingon styled forehead. The item is believed to be a screen used application depicting the notorious Klingon forehead ridges painted brown with lifelike undertones. The item is in good condition but there is slight fading of the paint in certain areas.
EBAY#: 130240168840 START: 2008-07-19 18:30:00 (week 84)
END: 2008-07-26 18:30:00
BIDS: 26PRICE: $1809.00unknown
A prop item in its original case from the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Cold Front”. This item is the device with which “Crewman/Temporal Agent Daniels” (Matt Winston) proves his identity as an agent in the Temporal Cold War; this item is an oval-shaped device composed of sturdy gray plastic, multiple dark-gray and black, textured or concave accents, some meant to be ‘buttons’, a circular viewing screen near the top of the device with a graphical application of some sort of light-green waveform and quantitative analyses on the sides. The ‘screen’ illuminates as well as five blue LEDs on the lower right side all powered by one 9 volt battery and activated by a button in the middle of the bottom edge of the device. Included is a silver-colored metal case with rubber feet on the bottom with which the device fits nicely into. The item itself measures approx. 8 X 5.5 X 2 inches and the case measures approx. 14 X 10.5 X 6 inches.

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Two very different items listed as #8344 in week 84. Based on the file names of the images for the Klingon rigdes, it looks like IAW meant for that item to be #8244, but wrote "8344" in the description by mistake.