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Profiles in History sale #22, lot #475

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $350
PAIR OF DECANTERS FROM QUARK’S BAR IN STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Two small glass bottles (each 7 ½ in. tall) with custom decals on the side and silver/purple custom caps. Used in Quark’s bar throughout the series.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #476

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $5000
PRICE: $6000
KATE MULGREW HERO DUTY UNIFORM WORN AS “CAPT. KATHRYN JANEWAY” IN STAR TREK: VOYAGER
(Paramount TV, 1995-2001) This costume consists of a burgundy and black Starfleetissue Command duty uniform with internal “Voyager” label in the collar handwritten “Kate Mulgrew”, together with the Velcro-backed comm. badge in Starfleet insignia and a zipper-back grey turtleneck undertunic, as worn by Mulgrew in her seminal role as “Capt. Janeway” in command of the USS Voyager. The uniform is also accompanied with a signed publicity photo of Mulgrew as Janeway. A great hero costume in excellent condition, worn by the main character in this long-running Star Trek series. Originally acquired from Paramount.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #477

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $1300 - $1500
PRICE: unknown
JENNIFER LIEN COSTUME WORN AS “KES” IN THE STAR TREK: VOYAGER EPISODE “WARLORDS”
(Paramount TV, 1995-2001) An extremely tight-fitting black and grey thin-gauge rubber leotard costume with medium-grey fabric shoulder, worn by Jennifer Lien as the wise Ocampan “Kes”.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #478

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $800
ILLUMINATING HERO MEDICAL SCANNER FROM STAR TREK: VOYAGER
(Paramount TV, 1995-2001) Small cylindrical medical scanner used during the seventh season, constructed of turned aluminum with a small microswitch on one side which illuminates the reciprocating orange and green lights on the side and tip.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #479

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1000
BORG HEAD AND BODY PARTS FROM STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT
(Paramount, 1996) Lot consists of a partial Borg background skull, constructed of lacquered foam painted black and grey with attached tubing; a partial head appliance; partial skeletal hand; and another foam rubber body part.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #480

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $3000
HERO BOOMERANG PHASER FROM STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT
(Paramount, 1996) Boomerang phaser made of resin painted silver and black, with red trigger which depresses to simulate firing. Some scuffing on the underside portion near the head (where the forefinger would rest). A very nice example.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #481

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2500
PRICE: $1500
PHASER RIFLE FROM STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT
(Paramount, 1996) Silver and black painted resin Phaser rifle with two handgrips, and red detailing on the top of the stock. Measures 36 in. long. Tip of barrel is chipped; otherwise in very good condition considering its extensive production use.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #482

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1500
HINGED STATIC TRI-CORDER FROM STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT
(Paramount, 1996) This exceptional prop is constructed of cast resin painted silver with multiple full-color graphics. Hinged at the lower edge, the protective cover swings open to reveal a full complement of high-quality graphics resembling the lighted function of the tri-corder. This “TR-590 Tricorder X” was most likely used for close-up shots that did not require the full lighted version (see the following lot). Comes with the original black holster with clips on the back side for attachment to a Starfleet belt, as well as a letter of provenance from Paramount stating that this tri-corder was made for use on First Contact.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #483

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $8500
HERO ILLUMINATING MEDICAL TRI-CORDER AND SCANNER USED BY ROBERT PICARDO AS “THE DOCTOR” IN STAR TREK: VOYAGER
(Paramount TV, 1995-2001) This impressive hero tri-corder is made of cast resin painted silver, and has several embedded LEDs that illuminate and variously oscillate when the hinged cover is opened. A “TR-590 Tricorder X”, this prop was used by Robert Picardo as “The Doctor” in many episodes of the series. Most significantly, this tri-corder features a machined aluminum medical scanner which is housed in a small cut-out on the back side of the tri-corder; the scanner can be removed and used for close examination of patients. When the small brass microswitch on the side is depressed, the side and front-facing LEDs of the scanner light up and oscillate. A fantastic hero tri-corder and scanner with several illuminating features! The workmanship on these pieces is extraordinary. Also includes the original black holster with belt clips for attachment to a Starfleet belt.

Profiles in History sale #22, lot #484

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 22 ESTIMATE: $5000 - $7000
PRICE: $8000
PATRICK STEWART DUTY UNIFORM FROM STAR TREK: NEMESIS
(Paramount, 2002) “Capt. Picard’s” duty uniform consisting of a black and grey zipper-front tunic with Comm badge, purple longsleeve undertunic, and black stretch pants. Tunic and pants each had internal labels handwritten “Patrick Stewart 11/01”. Original Picard uniforms rarely come up at auction, and this is a particularly nice example. Comes with a certificate of authenticity from Nemesis costume designer Robert Blackman.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #326

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: unknown
Philip K. Dick’s personal Star Trek Guide
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) A “third revision” dated April 17, 1967, this “manual” for writers and other cast, crew and creative members of the original series is essentially a handbook of terminology and details of proper episode plots for the original series. Contains a “quiz” with examples of improper “plots”, and guidelines for the creative team. An excellent artifact, this Star Trek Guide was legendary sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick’s personal copy. Originally acquired from Dick’s estate.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #327

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: $800
1964 first draft treatment of the proposal for Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Sixteen-page typed draft of Gene Roddenberry’s proposal for a new series entitled Star Trek, dated March 11, 1964. In this exciting document, Roddenberry lays out his vision of the one-hour series, including ideas for episodes, and descriptions of main characters including Capt. Robert M. April, the Executive Officer known only as “Number One” (which would be incorporated into the Next Generation series!), and Ship’s Doctor “Phillip Boyce” among others, all traveling aboard their ship the “SS Yorktown”. An excellent piece of Star Trek history!

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #328

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $4000
Two pairs of Leonard Nimoy “Spock” ears made from Star Trek (the original series) direct from the family of make-up effects artist Fred Phillips
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Two pair of original latex ears made for Leonard Nimoy’s character, “Spock”, for the original television series. One pair of ears is screen-worn with original make-up still present; the other pair are unused and still show the latex flashing around the edges. These ears were given to his sister-in-law after his brother (her husband) and his nephew (her son), both of whom were make-up effects artists, passed away within a year of each other c. 1974. He intended the gift of these two pair of Spock ears to bring some comfort to her. The ears are accompanied with a signed letter of provenance from Jan Phillips (Fred Phillips’ niece) stating the history of the prosthetic ears, as well as the original mailing box that contained the prosthetics, addressed to Mrs. Harlan Phillips from Fred Phillips. An important pair of original Spock ears direct from Fred Phillips. These are perhaps the best pair of Spock ears – one screen-used, the other in mint unused condition – from the original series to have survived.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #329

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: unknown
Original F-104 Starfighter desk model from the Star Trek original series episode, “Tomorrow is Yesterday”
(NBCTV, 1966-69) Desk model featuring three F-104 Starfighters flying in formation, mounted to a wooden display base with un-engraved brass plaque. Seen prominently in the episode “Tomorrow is Yesterday”, in which a stranded fighter pilot is accidentally beamed aboard the Enterprise. Measures 19 in. tall. The piece has a small hole drilled in the center, made so that the crew could bolt the piece to the desk prior to filming. This piece comes direct from the estate of Star Trek art director Matt Jefferies.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #330

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1200
PRICE: $1000
William Shatner Starfleet wrist communicator from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) This original prop armbandstyle wrist communicator is cast in resin with a metal band, and painted crème with black detailing and a reflective strip affixed to the top. The inside armband is written in light pen, “Kirk”. Made by Brick Price, this is one of only a few hero pieces that were fabricated from resin; all of the similar watches made for background personnel were made of vaccu-form plastic. Minor crack on the edge, which is virtually unnoticeable and does not affect the overall presentation, and the original inside foam padding on the wrist has since deteriorated; otherwise, the piece is in very good condition for its age. An excellent Starfleet prop from Shatner’s re-emergence as the venerable Capt. Kirk, newly promoted to Admiral!

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #331

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $4000
Starfleet duty uniform tunic from Star Trek: The Motion Picture with original buckle
(Paramount, 1979) Designed by Robert Fletcher, this light blue Starfleet duty uniform tunic has a back zipper closure, with gold embroidered ranking chevrons on the cuffs and Starfleet insignia patch over the left breast. Internal tag is handwritten “40”. This tunic also features a rare original belt buckle constructed of vaccu-form plastic, hand-painted brown with black and silver accents. This rare complete original tunic from TMP is in excellent condition.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #332

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $650
Delegate pin from Star Trek: The Voyage Home
(Paramount, 1986) Two-piece metal pin-back badge, with stylized United Federation of Planets logo on the upper portion, and galaxious lower hanging charm, as worn by “Sarek” in the film.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #333

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $900
Patrick Stewart captain’s briefcase carried as “Jean Luc Picard” on Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-94) Custom-formed black plastic clamshell briefcase with integral handle at the top, and hinged bottom which opens to reveal a slotted interior, designed to hold discs or (most likely) Isolinear chips. Starfleet decal on the facing side is marked “402” with additional numeric codes. A great Star Trek prop, carried by the captain of the Enterprise!

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #334

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE: $5500
Pistol phaser from Star Trek: The Search for Spock, later modified and used on Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount, 1983 & 1987-94) This highly detailed pistol phaser is constructed of resin painted silver-blue, with attached hand-held phaser I at the top of the frame painted black with decal buttons and power level. The phaser was later modified with a suede-wrapped handgrip, and used on TNG. A great pistol bridging the film and television versions of this classic series.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #335

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1900
Pair of comm badges from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV) Pair of comm badges painted silver and gold with Velcro strip on the back, for attachment to the duty uniform.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #336

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: unknown
Klingon prosthetic teeth, scripts and “War Chant” practice tape from Star Trek: The Next Generation, used by Richard Herd as “L’Kor”
(Paramount TV, 1987-94) Pair of custom made cast-resin teeth (upper row), made for Richard Herd and worn by him as “L’Kor” — Worf ’s father’s closest friend – in the TNG episodes “Birthright” parts I & II. Also includes Herd’s original scripts and call sheets from these episodes, a signed photograph of Herd in character as “L’Kor”, and a cassette tape with a recording of the Klingon “War Chant”, used by Herd to rehearse his lines. From Richard Herd’s personal collection.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #337

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1700
Romulan disruptor from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-94) This highly-detailed production casting was designed and fabricated by Rick Sternbach, and painted in original colors. Note: some later versions were finished in lighter tones of silver. This disruptor was originally part of Rick Sternbach’s personal collection.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #338

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1500
Klingon lighted electronic notepad from Star Trek: Generations
(Paramount, 1994) Small brown Klingon pad with retractable cover, which reveals a back-lit transparency with Klingon script. Powered by three AA batteries. This working prop measures 4 1/4 in. x 2 in. x 3/4 in. thick.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #339

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $700
Stunt boomerang phaser and holster from Star Trek:First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Soft rubber stunt phaser painted silver with beige trigger accents, molded together with a holster with belt clips on the back. Used in the production of Star Trek: First Contact.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #340

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $2500
Mek’Leth Klingon stunt sword used by Worf in Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Silver and brown painted rubber Klingon sword, measuring 21 in. from top to bottom. Used by Worf to hack apart the attacking Borg drone during the space walking expedition outside of the ship, in order to prevent the Borg from activating the interplexing beacon. A highly visible prop weapon from an exciting moment of the film.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #341

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $3750
Screen-used gold-plated NC-1701 Enterprise miniature, smashed by Capt. Picard with his phaser rifle in Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) This miniature NCC-1701 Enterprise set piece is dipped in 24k gold, and measures approx. 22 in. long. This model was one of several Enterprise miniatures displayed in the observation lounge, and played a key role in one of the film’s most dramatic moments: when Picard comes to the realization that his vengeance towards the Borg is interfering with his best judgment to save the crew and sacrifice his ship, he launches into a fit of rage, and smashes the trophy case where this and the other Enterprise models were displayed! This particular miniature has suffered some damage from one of the takes, and was repaired at the Nacelle struts between take 18. A great screen-used piece from one of the best scenes of the film.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #342

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $4750
US Enterprise commissioning plaque from Star Trek: Insurrection
(Paramount, 1998) 14 in. x 10 in. synthetic plaque with raised letters made to resemble bronze, heralding the commission of the Enterprise as NCC-1701-E on Stardate 49027.5. Mounted to a slightly larger section of smoked-tinted Lexan.

Profiles in History sale #23, lot #343

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 23 ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE: $1000
Stunt Bajoran phaser from the early episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Stunt Bajoran phaser constructed of rubber with finelydetailed paint scheme of bronze, brown and red with gold accents and black handgrip. This phaser is in remarkable condition for a stunt phaser, as most of the extant stunt weapons exhibit paint flaking and other imperfections from age and use. Most notably, it has the original color scheme which was used only in the first few episodes. It was later decided that this color scheme was too close to the Cardassian design, and the color scheme was changed for the remainder of the series, as well as for subsequent shows featuring this phaser. Shows some signs of cracking/crazing to the paint, but remains in exceptional condition overall. A rare early Bjoran phaser from DS9.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #240

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $2250
Original Roger Stine cover artwork featuring Khan, Kirk and Spock from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan for Cinefantastique
(Volume 12, Numbers 5/6, double-issue) This was a top-rated issue in a recent CFQ poll as the favorite issue of CFQ readers. Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 10 in. x 12½ in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #246

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $2000
Original Gale Heimbach cover artwork of the Star Trek (original series) cast for Cinefantastique
(Volume 17, Number 2) Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 12 in. x 17 in.