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Profiles in History sale #32, lot #733


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Profiles In History Catalog Listing

SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748526
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE: $6000
Star Trek: Enterprise screen-used Klingon city “Kronos”.
(UPN, 2001-05) Klingon Homeworld Miniature. Built for "Broken Bow", the pilot episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, this model became the "Klingon Homeworld". It features a variety of movable buildings, and structures; this entire model was created as a miniature "Wild Set". The term "Wild Set" refers to a set that is built in mobile sections allowing for multiple camera angles to be exploited. Originally attached to wooden framework and sections of floor-length "rock" cliffs, the upper portions of the model were later trimmed from their large "cliff" bases to minimize the amount of space needed for storage, or display. The model can be displayed in a tabletop type configuration, or set-up to mimic its original floor-length configuration using the included flexible "rock" skirt (as pictured). Also included is the beautifully hand-painted, canvas background (pictured). Approximate model dimensions (set-up as pictured) 10' wide x 7' deep, X 6' tall (peak of main Temple).