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Profiles in History sale #24, lot #247

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $950
Original Gale Heimbach cover artwork of Shatner and Nimoy in character from the Star Trek films for Cinefantastique
(Volume 17, Numbers 3/4) Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 13 in. x 20 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #255

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $900
David Voigt cover artwork featuring Gene Roddenberry for Cinefantastique
(Volume 22, Number 3) David Voigt provided covers for all the magazines in the Cinefantastique Magazine Group for almost 10 years. He has also contributed work to Playboy, The Chicago Cubs and the Baseball Hall of Fame. He still works in Chicago. This impressive piece is accomplished in acrylic on board, and measures 20 in. x 25 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #257

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $1000
Original Roger Stine artwork featuring the USS Enterprise, with thumbnail sketch, for Cinefantastique
This was to be the cover issue of CFQ Vol. 10 Issue 2/3, but the doubleissue was never published. It did appear in a full page ad in black and white in CFQ Vol. 10 Issue 1. This wonderful piece of artwork features the newly-designed USS Enterprise bursting through a television set, symbolic of the Star Trek series’ jump from TV to the silver screen with the 1979 film, Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 19 in. x 24 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #258

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $950
Original David Voigt cover artwork of Leonard Nimoy, Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner in character from Star Trek: The Next Generation for Cinefantastique
(Volume 23, Numbers 2/3, double-issue) Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 18½ in. x 23 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #260

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1500
Original Roger Stine cover artwork featuring the cast members of Star Trek: The Next Generation for Cinefantastique
Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 16 in. x 20 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #261

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $475
Original David Voigt cover artwork featuring characters from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for Cinefantastique
(Volume 23, Number 6) Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 14¾ in. x 18½ in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #262

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $950
Original David Voigt cover artwork featuring William Shatner, Patrick Stewart and Avery Brooks from Star Trek for Cinefantastique
(Volume 24, Numbers 3/4) Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 15½ in. x 18½ in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #263

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1000
Original John Hanley cover artwork featuring the captains of the Enterprise for the 25th anniversary of Star Trek issue of Cinefantastique
(Volume 22, Number 3) John Hanley became a freelance artist in 1989 and found his niche in sports art, entertainment, and the publishing industries. He built a prestigious client list creating posters, books and promotional art for motion pictures including Jurassic Park, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin, Small Soldiers and others. [From his website]. This wonderful piece is accomplished in air-brushed watercolor and acrylic on board. Measures 22 in. x 27 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #272

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $600
Original David Voigt cover artwork featuring Captains Janeway, Chakotay and Tuvoc from Star Trek: Voyager for Cinefantastique
(Volume 27, Numbers 4/5) Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 15½ in. x 19½ in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #274

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $600
Original David Voigt cover artwork featuring Captains Kirk and Avery with the Star Trek “tribbles” for Cinefantastique
(Volume 29, Numbers 6/7) Accomplished in acrylic on board. Measures 16 in. x 20 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #301

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: unknown
Gene Roddenberry letter regarding ideas for three additional television shows, shortly after the development of Star Trek had begun
Four page letter on MGM letterhead, dated May 4, 1964 to Alden Schwimmer of Ashley-Steiner-Famous Artists. In this letter, Roddenberry summarizes a recent meeting he had with Schwimmer, Oscar Catz and Herbert Solow of Desilu Studios. Shortly after the idea for Star Trek (for which Roddenberry would achieve almost immortal fame) was agreed to and accepted by the studio, Roddenberry here discusses three additional ideas for new television shows; specifically, a “prosecuting D.A.” show; a British secret-agent show starring a “James Bond”-like character; and a Western series with a cliff-hanger format, which would allow “long-term story development, characterizations, etc.” Signed “Gene R.” at the close.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #302

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: unknown
Gene Roddenberry letter regarding the development of the Phaser, Tricorder and costumes for Star Trek
Twopage letter on Desilu letterhead, dated April 25, 1966 and marked “Confidential” boldly at the head. Written to Alden Schwimmer of Ashley-Steiner-Famous Artists, regarding the development of the Phaser. In large part:

“Dear Alden:
Have just completed sketching out for our art people a rather unique three-stage phaser hand weapon-pistol-rifle, one convertible into another. Not only do they meet STAR TREK’s dramatic requirements but also they are adaptable for the toy market in which each device when added to the other does something different, new lighting effects plus new sounds plus new sighting potential…. It has everything the MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. gun has, plus many new features.

Have also invented a ‘tricorder’ device for our female Yeoman, again basically for dramatic uses on our show but also with female child’s toy potential, a device which acts sort of as a portable secretary-recording-photographic unit capable of taking down any information the Captain wishes at any time he is away from his bridge.

Also I have spent a considerable amount of time working with our costumer, improving the basic design – items which also have considerable sales potential. And without deprecating the work of any of our talented people involved, these are all items on which I have had to come up with the basic conception.

The point of all this, Alden, is that I am finding myself required to come up with inventions and designs far beyond what we earlier thought necessary and far beyond what any show creator-producer should be expected to provide. I absolutely am not content to see Desilu and others getting from this profits off the top while I have to wait for a profit-loss statement on the entire show. Admittedly, STAR TREK is a very special thing and requires a special kind of inventiveness, perhaps also a special kind of ‘unity’ from one person. But however it is sliced, I find myself necessarily becoming a toy-costume-etc. creator and inventor and going far beyond what any of us conceived necessary when we set up the original contract.

The point of this all is that I am not at all happy with the provisions in this contract. They are one-sided, unfair, and each day become more demonstrably so.

I have mentioned this to Herb Solow.”

Signed “Gene R”.

A great letter showing how intricately involved Gene Roddenberry was with the day-to-day creative aspects of Star Trek.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #303

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $3750
Gene Roddenberry’s personal hand-annotated scripts from the Star Trek episodes “What Are Little Girls Made Of?” and “The Squire of Gothos”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Both of these scripts are First Drafts with pencil annotations sprinkled throughout, many pertaining to terminology and plot continuity. Moreover, each script has an extensive notation on the back cover in Roddenberry’s hand. On the back cover of the script for the episode “What Are Little Girls Made Of?”, Roddenberry has written “General: Andrea is the pivotal character. Must see more of her, get more inside her character. And, important, do more of Kirk-Andrea. She is a possible way out for him; he must probe, analyze, question, etc. particularly in areas of her potential for female relationships with Korby. What is Korby’s aim. Only a madman’s dream of being the ruler of the robots?” And on the back cover of the script for “The Squire of Gothos”, Roddenberry has written “Gets to be too much 18th century play acting. Repeats get dull after an excellent start. A la Charlie X, needs some menace growing in Act II. End ‘Voices’ seems a cheat and it’s too much childish Mama and Poppa stuff.” Internally, Roddenberry has made extensive notations next to dialogue and set directions in this episode, including “Doesn’t follow logic. One scene (last) is as easy to fool another (sight, feeling, etc.)” and “Illogical of K. How does Kirk even know Trelane can be bullied?” This seems to be the voice of Spock, calling out irregularities in the plot! An excellent pair of original Star Trek scripts, each with Roddenberry’s personal observations and instructions to the writers, showing his close involvement with the development of the storyline of each episode. From the personal collection of Cinefantastique publisher Fred Clarke.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #304

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2500
PRICE: $4000
Archive of Gene Roddenberry personal Star Trek scripts and inserts
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) These twelve scripts were Roddenberry’s own copies for these episodes, and each have his name and/or initials in a secretarial had at the upper right corner of the cover. Most are First Drafts, and they were most recently part of Cinefantastique publisher Fred Clarke’s personal collection. Represented episodes are: Arena, Plato’s Stepchildren, Elaan of Troyius, This Side of Paradise (with working title), The Devil in the Dark, The Empath (Final Draft), Spock’s Brain (along with a number of revision inserts), Wolf in the Fold, And the Children Shall Lead, In Essence Nothing (along with writer Gene Coon’s original story outline for this episode, also with Roddenberry’s name at the upper right), The Menagerie (this script is marked “Writer’s Copy”, and Roddenberry was the writer of this historic episode), Let That Be Your Last Battlefield (including a photocopy of the Final Draft of the same episode), a photocopy of the Final Draft of the episode And the Children Shall Lead with original vintage revision inserts for Roddenberry, and The Enterprise Incident (original Final Draft script which is not marked as Roddenberry’s copy, but also includes a number of Roddenberry’s script revision inserts for the episode), and Roddenberry’s revision inserts for the episode Spectre of the Gun. From the personal collection of Cinefantastique publisher Fred Clarke.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #305

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE: $7000
Archive of thirty-two original Star Trek scripts from the personal collection of Cinefantastique publisher Fred Clarke
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) An extensive archive of Star Trek scripts from throughout the series run. Included are a number of exceptional Original Series scripts, most of which are First Drafts, and some of which are signed by various episode stars or writers. The scripts/episodes are: Balance of Terror (a Revised Final Draft signed on the cover by Mark Lenard, who played the Romulan commander in this very first episode featuring the Romulans), This Side of Paradise (signed by episode writer D.C. Fontana), The Man Trap (first draft), The Corbomite Maneuver (first draft), A Private Little War (first draft), For the World is Hollow, and I Have Touched the Sky (first draft, with some annotations in an unknown hand), Mudd’s Women (first draft), Requiem for Methuselah (first draft), Day of the Dove (first draft), Whom Gods Destroy (first draft), The Naked Time (first draft), The Return of the Archons first draft), A Taste of Armageddon (first draft), The Galileo Seven (first draft), The City on the Edge of Forever (with another partial script from the same episode without covers), Catspaw (second draft), The Alternative Factor (first draft), Charlie X (a first draft, with covers erroneously printed “Final Draft” by the mimeograph department), The Mark of Gideon (first draft), Dagger of the Mind (first draft), Operation, Annihilate! (first draft with working title), Space Seed (first draft), Tomorrow is Yesterday (revised draft), The Savage Curtain (first draft), The Enemy Within (first draft), By Any Other Name (first draft), Bread and Circuses (first draft), Gamesters of Triskelion (first draft with working title), Errand of Mercy (first draft), The Conscience of the King (first draft), Miri (first draft), The Paradise Syndrome (first draft with revision inserts), Amok Time (this is a photocopy of the Revised Final Draft, and most likely not an original TOS mimeograph), and Where No Man Has Gone Before (also a photocopy). From the personal collection of Cinefantastique publisher Fred Clarke.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #306

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $3250
Original Laser Pistol from the Star Trek pilot episode, “The Cage”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Called a “Hand Laser” or “Laser Pistol” before the term “Phaser” came into the terminology, this rare original weapon from the Star Trek pilot episode is made of cast resin, with a black painted frame and handgrip featuring silver “basket-weave” detailing. The original brass barrel tip and aluminum rings are not present, and a section of resin is missing from the left side of the frame. However – and most significantly – there is evidence of adhesive residue on the frame in the form of faint shadow markings, exactly at the locations where the prop was later modified for subsequent episodes of Star Trek. Those episodes are “Where No Man Has Gone Before”, “The Man Trap” and “What Are Little Girls Made Of?”, and in these the laser pistol was retrofitted with original side buttons (which were actually typewriter keys!) and a circular disc at the rear of the frame for use by other characters. 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. The missing pieces on the pistol and the damage to the frame was caused (almost incredibly!) by his children, who used this prop as a play toy in the days when such things were considered useless production remnants. In spite of its current condition, this is an exceedingly rare piece and believed to be one of only four made for the production. Measures 5 1/4 in. long (barrel, tip-to-tip) and 5 in. tall from bottom of handgrip to the top of the barrel frame.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #307

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $30000 - $40000
PRICE: $37500
William Shatner “alternate universe” hero tunic & sash worn as Capt. Kirk in the classic Star Trek episode “Mirror Mirror”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This instantly-identifiable sleeveless tunic is made of a stretch fabric with gold bouillon fringe at the shoulder, gold piping around the neck, and a Velcro closure. The front of the tunic has the original gold-painted insignia attached. Sides and back have strips of brown Velcro to secure the gold sash, which is also included. A fantastic piece from this great episode, this is certainly one of the most recognizable “Kirk” tunics of any episode in the entire series. All medals, badges and sash are original, making this the single most complete and original hero tunic extant!

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #308

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $4500
Female engineering duty uniform from Star Trek
(NBCTV, 1966-69) Red velour long sleeve dress with short skirt and an original Starfleet insignia (engineering) on the chest, lightly attached with Velcro to preserve the fabric of the uniform. The left sleeve is separated at the original seam (vertically from the shoulder to the elbow, approximately), which can be easily repaired. A fantastic original series uniform – not only a flattering design on the female figure, but a wonderful time capsule of 1960s-era fashion!

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #309

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $14000 - $16000
PRICE: $14000
James Doohan formal Starfleet tunic worn as “Scotty” in Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Rust-colored tunic with Velcro front closure, gold piping on the collar and lapel, thin shoulder pads on the inside, and embroidered three-delta insignia on the chest. Seen prominently in the episode “The Savage Curtain” when the crew of the Enterprise welcomes President Lincoln aboard, as well as other episodes requiring formal attire. An exceptionally rare 100% original piece!

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #310

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $15000 - $18000
PRICE: $15000
Original Klingon disruptor from Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Original prop Klingon disruptor with grey-painted wood frame and turned aluminum barrel, sight and frame accents, made for use in the few episodes featuring the Klingons. 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. The various edges to the prop exhibit wear and paint chipping, incurred over the years from Renshaw’s young boys who used this gun (as well as the Laser Pistol from The Cage) as a toy gun. To the best of our knowledge, this is the only intact Klingon disruptor from the Original Series ever offered at public auction. It presents a rare opportunity for collectors to acquire an important piece of Star Trek history. 13 in. long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #312

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $2000
Rare Alien Disruptor used in Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This rare piece is constructed of a turned aluminum barrel and carved wooden handle with brass detailing. Used in the third season episode “The Cloud Minders” by the palace guards in the sky-city of “Stratos”. A modified version was used in the episode “Wink of an Eye”. Designed by famed art director of Star Trek, Matt Jefferies, this item was originally acquired by Ellis Mercantile (a Hollywood prop house established in 1908) from Paramount sometime in the 1970’s. It was subsequently sold to the current collection. Measures approx. 7 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #313

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1200
PRICE: $1000
Original Matt Jefferies concept sketch of the Klingon Battle Cruiser for Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This ink drawing shows the Klingon Battle cruiser in an early, developmental stage, when Jefferies was attempting to come up with a fitting design for what would become one of the most famous spaceships in television history. Accomplished in black ink on an 8 ½ in. x 11 in. sheet, with notations “and hawk’s talons” and “Reverse belly curve – think Manta Ray”. Signed by Jefferies at the lower right.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #314

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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.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #315

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $2500
PRICE: $2500
Collection of three original Starfleet uniform patches from Star Trek, accompanied by addition ephemera from Star Trek costume designer William Ware Theiss
A galactic grouping of 3 original USS Enterprise uniform tunic patches including the metallic gold emblems from command, medical & science and engineering, acquired from the estate of William Ware Theiss. Though likely not sewn into service, it is thought that these patches were made for the Star Trek series. Also included in this lot are two Theiss black ink drawings of futuristic costumes on napkins (5 in. x 5 in.), a color sketch of a female ensemble on paper (6 in. x 11 in.) and a female ensemble drawn on the back of the cover page of the script for the Star Trek episode “Assignment: Earth”, as well as a vintage Polaroid of a female actor in a Theiss costume. A very nice ensemble of Star Trek artifacts. All items acquired from Mr. Theiss’ costume workroom.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #317

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: unknown
Starfleet engineering smock from Star Trek: Phase II
(Paramount TV, 1974) Deep red polyester smock with attached pockets of the same material, with Velcro closures. This engineering smock was created for Roddenberry’s sequel to the original Star Trek TV series, tentatively titled Star Trek: Phase II, but was never produced. Most of the designs for Phase II were later incorporated into the first Star Trek feature film.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #318

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1300
Klingon Disruptor made for Star Trek: Phase II
(Paramount, 1977) This TOS style Klingon Disruptor was made for Star Trek: Phase II, and is constructed of black-painted molded resin with an aluminum scope and aluminum barrel, as well as a metal clip attached to the port side. Measures approx. 13 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #319

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $20000 - $30000
PRICE: $27500
Original "Gorn" full-head mask from the Star Trek episode "Arena"
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This original Wah Chang-created Gorn head mask is constructed of green-painted foam with rhinestone eyes and what appear to be real reptilian teeth – the gum lines on the teeth are still visible. Two depressions beneath the eyes conceal small silk-screen windows that allow the actor to see through the mask, and in a testament to Wah Chang’s attention to detail, tiny hairs are glued to the inside of the nostrils. The lower neck collar is wrapped with the same fabric as the Gorn’s tunic, allowing the costume to blend together. This original mask was previously part of the collection of Cinefantastique publisher Fred Clarke. He at one time owned the entire Gorn costume, but time and (one of his cats!) brought the rest of the costume to an early demise. Of the two complete masks made for this classic episode, this is the only one known to have survived. Truly a rare and highly desirable piece of Star Trek lore. Approx. 12 in. tall.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #320

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $3000
Original production concept artwork for Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) These three original concept drawings by artist D. Negron include the planet Vulcan, the Enterprise approaching V’ger and the interior of the Enterprise (most likely Engineering). Each are accomplished in pastel on board, and range in size from 14 in. x 8½ in. to 24 in. x 18 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #321

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $550
Nine original panoramic set photographs from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) These fantastic behind-thescenes panoramic photographs feature different views of the sets and locations, from the crew interacting with V’ger, to scenes on the planet Vulcan, images of the V’ger set and the Yellowstone location where the Vulcan scenes were filmed. Nine photographs total, ranging in size from 10 in. x 4½ in. to 28 in. x 15 in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #322

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $1100
Original production artwork (two pieces) featuring two different views of V’ger from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
These two exceptional pieces of original concept production artwork feature different perspective views of V’ger with the Enterprise crew in the foreground, and are accomplished in acrylic on board. The celluloid overlay on each features hand-painted lightning bolts, as seen in the final cut of the film. Each piece measures 30 in. x 15 in.