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Profiles in History sale #24, lot #314


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Profiles In History Catalog Listing

SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1300
Dr. McCoy medical device from the Star Trek episode “The Omega Glory”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This prop can be seen on McCoy’s diagnostic table on Omega IV as he searches for an antidote to the mysterious disease that killed the landing party of the Exeter. It consists of a machined aluminum sleeve into which the “electronics” head fits, which is constructed of black-painted wood with brass dowels on the bottom, red-painted surface. Measures 2½ in. diameter and 11 in. tall when fitted together. This piece comes direct from the collection of Henry Renshaw, a financial representative at Paramount from 1948-75, and includes a letter of provenance from Renshaw which states that he was given this prop by Russ Brown, an executive in charge of the back lot departments at Paramount.