Star Trek Auction Listings

Christie's listings — page 35

Christie's sale #1854, lot #283

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film and Entertainment Memorabilia (May 2007, New York)
Christie's LotFinder#: 4912677
ESTIMATE: $8000 - $12000
PRICE: $18000 ($21600 with premium)
Star Trek (Replica TOS Kirk captain's chair)
A replica of Captain James T. Kirk's chair from the Star Trek: The Original Series, the painted wood chair with pedestal and side consoles with simulated airship control buttons, with black vinyl seat -- 41x44x37in. -- accompanied by a 48in. segment of bridge railing with two unattached black uprights -- used on the re-creation of The Original Series Starship Enterprise bridge in "Trials and Tribble-ations" in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in 1996, and also used in Paramount exhibitions (4)

Christie's sale #1854, lot #284

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film and Entertainment Memorabilia (May 2007, New York)
Christie's LotFinder#: 4912678
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $650 ($780 with premium)
Star Trek (Neelix make-up)
A fully-painted, unused foam latex makeup head appliance with hair -- worn by Ethan Phillips as Neelix on Star Trek: Voyager

Christie's sale #1854, lot #285

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film and Entertainment Memorabilia (May 2007, New York)
Christie's LotFinder#: 4912679
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $1900 ($2280 with premium)
Star Trek (metal screen)
An expanded metal screen with steel frame and top/bottom mounting tabs, similar to room divider screens used on the original Enterprise corridor set in the first Star Trek series, painted orange -- 25x83in. -- used in the Starship Defiant corridor set in "In A Mirror, Darkly, Parts I and II" in Star Trek: Enterprise

Christie's sale #1854, lot #286

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film and Entertainment Memorabilia (May 2007, New York)
Christie's LotFinder#: 4912680
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $5500 ($6600 with premium)
Star Trek (2 leather pillows)
Two leather pillows; an embroidered pillow; three decorative blankets of varying sizes; and one pentagonal wall art piece with decorative Vulcan script symbols, all -- used as set dressing in T'Pol's quarters on the Enterprise NX-01 in Star Trek: Enterprise (7)

Christie's sale #1854, lot #287

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film and Entertainment Memorabilia (May 2007, New York)
Christie's LotFinder#: 4912681
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $3200 ($3840 with premium)
Star Trek (T'Pol's lavender gown, shoes, book, letter in Vulcan script)
A full-length lavender gown, with lavender chiffon sleeves and neck, with matching chiffon veil; accompanied by a pair of lavender shoes; with corresponding wardrobe tag; a prop book, the red leather binding containing a collection of work by Edgar Allen Poe, stamped on the front in gilt The Teachings Of Surak, Complete And Unabridged, translated from the Vulcan by Skon of Shikahr, with two bound-in prop title pages; and a prop letter in Vulcan script from T'Pol's fiancé -- made for Jolene Blalock as T'Pol in her wedding scene in "Home" in Star Trek: Enterprise (6)

Christie's sale #1854, lot #288

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film and Entertainment Memorabilia (May 2007, New York)
Christie's LotFinder#: 4912682
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1800 ($2160 with premium)
Star Trek (ENT-style shuttlepod seats)
Two grey imitation leather automobile seats on an adjustable flat base with vinyl simulated metal diamondplate covering -- 41x21x28in. -- used in the NX-01 shuttlepod interior sets of Star Trek: Enterprise (2)

Christie's sale #5238, lot #139

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film and Entertainment Memorabilia (December 2007, London)
Christie's LotFinder#: 5026351
ESTIMATE: £400 - £600
PRICE: £360 (£450 with premium)
Star Trek (Picard at Risa)
A long-sleeved shirt of beige textured linen, with a pair of brown trousers -- worn by Patrick Stewart as Captain Picard at the notorious Risa resort sequence in Captain's Holiday, label inside indicates subsequent use by other actors; accompanied by three corresponding colour photographs (5)

Christie's sale #9442, lot #17

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles)
Christie's LotFinder#: 1916733
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $500 ($588 with premium)
STAR TREK (Takei, Nimoy photos)
A pair of signed and inscribed photographs, 8 x 10 in. black and white, production stills from the original series. 1. TAKEI, George. Ensign Sulu inscribes to makeup guru Phillips, "To Fred With fond appreciation George Takei". 2. NIMOY, Leonard. "To Fred who saved my life again & again - thanks! Leonard Nimoy".

Christie's sale #9442, lot #19

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles)
Christie's LotFinder#: 1916735
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: $800 ($940 with premium)
STAR TREK -- "The Empath"
Foam rubber head piece for 1 of the 3 Vions from this, a favorite original episode, some scuffing and scratching and interior mounting remnants. Kirk, Spock, and McCoy are trapped on an abandoned planet with three big brained aliens, and one beautiful female who is mute, and who McCoy christens 'Gem'. The Vions begin to injure the three earthers to test Gem, as she has the capacity to absorb their pain and cure their condition, but at great cost to herself. She must pass this test of compassion and selflessness to prove the worthiness of her race which faces imminent destruction, and which the Vion's have the ability to save. The Vions can save but one of a number of races doomed to extinction by the imminent expiration of their sun. Moody, intelligent, a great episode, and an extremely evocative artifact.

Christie's sale #9442, lot #22

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles)
Christie's LotFinder#: 1916738
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE: $600 ($705 with premium)
STAR TREK -- Leonard Nimoy
Photograph signed and inscribed "To Fred An artist & a friend with gratitude Leonard Nimoy '78". Color, 15 x 20 in. of the immortal Mr. Spock with a tear in his eye, from the first film. A wonderful, vintage image.

Christie's sale #9442, lot #24

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles)
Christie's LotFinder#: 1916740
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $1800 ($2115 with premium)
STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE -- THE HEAD OF PERSIS KHAMBATTA
An uncanny head and chest slip cast mold in rubber of India's top female lead, brought over by Gene Roddenberry to play the female lead in the first feature film. Veeger, the hybrid of Earth's Voyager I space probe and a mythical alien probe with which it collides wants to take a human mate. The mold was made directly from Persis for a scene in which she would need to be perfectly still in the company of the mutated Veeger. Once the bust was complete, Khambatta sat for makeup while Phillips made up the model identically, down to the eyebrows, lip stick, blush. A truly remarkable (and beautiful) Star Trek artifact.

Christie's sale #9442, lot #25

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles)
Christie's LotFinder#: 1916741
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1300 ($1528 with premium)
STAR TREK (Two Final Draft Scripts)
Two Final Draft Scripts, both Fred Phillips' copies, with autograph notations. 1.) "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," with ownership signature on the cover ("Fred Phillips") and dated "May 1978". Typecopy manuscript bound with covers and two brass brads, 144 pages, quarto, underlines where makeup effects required, and the outside back cover with scene and page numbers, characters, and remarks, all in his hand. 2.) "Star Trek: The Genesis Project," released as "The Wrath of Khan," Hollywood, April 10, 1981. Mimeographed manuscript, bound with covers, and two brass brads, 129 pages, quarto, with notations on the back cover as number 1 above. Khan was the movie that saved the franchise and the last film Fred Phillips worked on before retiring. (2)

Christie's sale #9442, lot #26

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles)
Christie's LotFinder#: 1916742
ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $2800 ($3290 with premium)
STAR TREK (Spock's Vulcan ears)
Pair of Spock's rubber ears from the original series created by Phillips using the original molds, the right side series for which is offered in the following lot. (2)

Christie's sale #9442, lot #27

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles) ESTIMATE: $0 - $0
PRICE: $0 ($0 with premium)
Spock's Vulcan ear molds ?

Christie's sale #9442, lot #1026

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CHRISTIE'S LotFinder Listing

SALE: Film, Pop and Posters (November 2000, Los Angeles)
Christie's LotFinder#: 1944367
ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1600
PRICE: $2600 ($3055 with premium)
STAR TREK (Spock's Vulcan ears)
A Second set of Spock's ears from the original series. (2)