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Profiles in History sale #24, lot #323

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $2500
Mark Lenard Klingon Commander costume tunic from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) A well-made hero tunic constructed of grey leather torso “armor” with black fur sleeves, accompanied with a pair of gauntlets, a black collar with Klingon insignia, and a single black glove. The tunic has an internal label handwritten “8”. Made for Mark Lenard in his role as the Klingon commander of the three battle-cruiser squadron, and seen in the very first scenes of the film when the Klingons foolishly challenge V’ger – and are quickly obliterated.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #324

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $3500 - $4500
PRICE: $3500
Federation engineering jumpsuit from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
(Paramount, 1979 & 1982) Cream colored cotton engineering jumpsuit with embroidered Starfleet insignia patch on the left shoulder and possible metal comm link on the upper left breast. Inside Paramount label has handwritten “M. Washlake”, referring to Mike Washlake who is credited with stunt work in the film.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #325

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $2750
Ten original storyboards featuring key scenes from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) Ten original line-ink drawings with paste-ups measuring 8½ in. x 14 in., on “Astra Image Corp” paper. Included are two scenes of the Enterprise in the hangar bay, five scenes of V’ger attacking the crew on the bridge, two of the shuttlepod docking, and one of the Starfleet moonbase. An excellent collection of original storyboard artwork from the film, each suitable for framing.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #326

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $300
Nimbus pellet pistol used in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
(Paramount, 1989) Constructed of metal pipes and tubes, this weapon was one of the close-up models, as it has working parts, including a trigger mechanism that releases the pellets from the barrel tip. Measures approx. 11 inches long. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #327

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $750
Rare Klingon mining rifle from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
(Paramount, 1988) Constructed of black, green and maroon-painted molded resin with plastic tubes and a metal underside barrel cover. Used in the scene where Kirk and McCoy are held captive in the underground Klingon prison. This prop is one of only four made for the film. Measures approx. 29 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #328

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $4000
Working Starfleet phaser from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
(Paramount, 1991) Black-painted molded resin phaser, with aluminum firing tip and sliding barrel cover. Also includes the detachable cartridge clip, which has a red ID plate at the bottom that is engraved with the Starfleet emblem and “NCC 1701 Enterprise 003”. Trigger illuminates a light at the tip (not currently working). Measures approx. 10 ½ inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #329

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE: $6000
Walter Koenig Starfleet duty uniform worn as “Chekhov” in Star Trek: Generations
(Paramount, 1994) Complete costume consisting of an officer’s uniform jacket, grey long-sleeve tunic, black pants with grey stripe, and pair of black boots. Jacket has inside “Star Trek VII” bias label handwritten “Walter Koenig”, and shirt has Paramount label handwritten “Walter Koenig”.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #330

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $3000
Static phaser rifle from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) One of three different versions of the phaser rifle used in the film, this double-grip version was the last of the three constructed. It has a different barrel with graphic decals on the sides and top. Constructed of black and gray-painted resin with a nonretractable strap. There are only six in existence, of which this is in the best condition and the only one in private hands. Measures approx. 36 inches long. Acquired directly from the film’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #331

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $4750
Working modified phaser rifle from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) One of three different versions of the phaser rifle used in the film, this version has a black barrel and is wired for illumination on the front and back of the scope. Additional running lights also appear at the top rear. In the film, the original model was modified in order to contend with the Borg’s adaptation of Federation weapons. Constructed of black and gray-painted resin with a retractable strap. This prop is in the best condition of this variety and the only one in private hands. Measures approx. 33 inches long. Acquired directly from the film’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #332

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $4750
Working phaser rifle from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) One of three different versions of the phaser rifle used in the film, this version has a standard silver barrel with a black ribbed top section and is wired for illumination on the front and back of the scope. Additional running lights appear at the top rear. Constructed of black and gray-painted resin with a retractable strap. This prop is one of only a couple that has remained unaltered and the only one of this version in private hands. Measures approx. 33 inches long. Acquired directly from the film’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #333

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $8000 - $10000
PRICE: $8000
Michael Dorn ceremonial Klingon uniform worn as “Commander Worf” from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Complete black Klingon ceremonial uniform consisting of pants, leatherette tunic, matching orate leather robe with gold colored metal Klingon insignia, and holster with attached gold chain. Inside label reads, “DEEP SPACE NINE, MICHAEL DORN”. Worn by Michael Dorn in his role as “Worf ” in DS9.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #334

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $13000 - $15000
PRICE: $13000
Patrick Stewart “Capt. Picard” duty uniform tunic from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-94) Original Starfleet duty uniform tunic with uniquely oriented reverse zipper closure on the back, and internal Paramount label handwritten (faintly) “Patrick”. Comm badge attached with Velcro at the upper left chest. The tunic exhibits a 4 in. tear at the upper right shoulder.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #335

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: $800
Working Son’a phaser pistol from Star Trek: Insurrection
(Paramount, 1998) Constructed of silver-painted molded resin with internal workings for a lighting effect on the front of the barrel assembly, this weapon is used by the Son’a aliens when they capture Capt. Picard. Measures approx. 8 inches long. This prop may have been re-painted. Originally acquired from the film’s propmaster.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #336

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $850
Set of nine backlit computer panels from Star Trek: TMP through Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount, 1979-1999) An assortment of Lucite panels designed to be backlit and used for starship computer consoles. Includes Federation and Klingon panels. Comes in various sizes and shapes, with the smallest measuring 9 in. x 5 in. and the largest 10 ½ in. x 15 ¾ in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #337

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: $3000
Starfleet Admiral’s duty uniform from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-94) Starfleet duty uniform tunic in black and maroon with gold bouillon piping, Admiral ranking pins on the collar, and comm badge attached with Velcro at the upper right chest. Internal Paramount label is handwritten “Halo”. Accompanied with a matching pair of black stretch pants with internal Paramount label handwritten “016”.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #338

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1200
PRICE: $1000
Romulan Rifle from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Highly detailed brown and bronze-painted resin with original leather strap, used by multiple aliens including the Ferengi. Signs of wear indicate extensive use. Possibly used in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. Measures approx. 16 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #339

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $700
Romulan Disruptor from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Gray-painted molded resin, modified from a standard Romulan Disruptor for use by multiple aliens. Measures approx. 9 ½ inches long. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #340

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $1500
Varon-T Disruptor used in Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Rare Varon-T Disruptor – outlawed by the Federation due to its gruesome method of killing – seen in the third season episode “The Most Toys”. Black-painted wooden handle with a molded resin frame and machined aluminum barrel, measuring approx. 6 inches long.

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Profiles in History sale #24, lot #341

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $400
Klingon belt weapon used in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Heart of Glory”
(Paramount TV, 1987- 1994) This prop consists of a two-piece molded resin “belt buckle” painted green with faux jewels. The two components of the buckle are magnetically attached. Also includes three attachments (two electronically wired pieces and a static tip) that fit together to form a firing barrel. This prop is not complete, as it is missing some parts of the finished weapon. The buckle measures approx. 7 inches long. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker, this weapon is a key plot device in the episode; the Klingons imprisoned aboard the Enterprise put this device together out of pieces concealed within their belt buckles, and use the assembled Phaser to effect their escape! A great prop from this episode.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #342

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $375
Alien phaser pistol used in Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Black and gold-painted molded resin with acrylic firing tip, seen in the episode “Loud as a Whisper”. Originally made for the film The Ice Pirates (MGM, 1984), it was then rented for use in Star Trek: TNG. Measures approx. 10½ inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #343

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $650
Extremely Rare Borg forearm phaser used in Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Black-painted molded resin with an aluminum firing tip and Velcro bottom. Only a handful were ever made and this is the only one currently known to have survived. From the 6th and 7th season episodes “Decent, Part I” and “Decent, Part II”. Measures approx. 5 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #344

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $800
Federation Phaser and holster from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Maroon-colored molded vaccuform phaser, probably also used in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, with additional holster. Seen in the third season TNG episode “Yesterday’s Enterprise” and the fourth season episode “Final Mission”. Measures approx. 8 ½ inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #345

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $3250
Rare Working Cricket Phaser from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) One of the few working models in existence – and probably the finest example of the cricket phaser known – this was reportedly Gene Roddenberry’s favorite weapon in the entire Star Trek universe. Constructed of molded fiberglass with a rose-colored “liquid wood” tip, it has a functional button that operates a bar of lights on top as well as the tip. Measuring approx. 3 ½ inches in length, it can be seen in the episode “The Mind’s Eye”. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #346

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $400
Alien phaser pistol from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1987-2001) Constructed of grey and black-painted molded resin, this weapon was used by multiple aliens at various times in all three Star Trek series. Believed to be the only one with this paint scheme in existence, there were also no working models of this pistol made. Measures approx. 9 ½ inches in length.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #347

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $1900
Working Cobra Phaser from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Fourth Season silver and black “Cobra Phaser” constructed of vaccuform shell with three functioning buttons on top: a trigger for the light at the tip and two buttons to illuminate the green bar on the top. Measures approx. 9 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #348

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1000
Phaser rifle used by Guinan in Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-1994) Constructed of molded rubber painted in a bronze mottled color and an acrylic firing tip, this prop was originally used in a Buck Rogers production and was later repainted in this color scheme for use in TNG. Measures approx. 34 inches long. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #349

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $2750
Phaser pistol from Star Trek II: The Search for Spock, later modified and used on Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount, 1983 & 1987-94) This highly detailed phaser pistol is constructed of resin painted silver-blue, with attached handheld 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. Measures approx. 9 ½ inches long. A great pistol bridging the film and television versions of this classic series.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #350

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: unknown
Avery Brooks Starfleet duty uniform from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Black and maroon Starfleet duty uniform with grey under tunic, worn by Avery Brooks as “Capt. Sisko”. Each garment has an internal “Deep Space Nine” label handwritten in black ink “Avery Brooks”. Exhibits some distressing to the shoulders/chest, but remains in good condition overall with evidence of production use. The uniform is accompanied with a TV Guide featuring an image of Brooks in character, signed by the actor.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #351

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: unknown
Prototype hand-grip flashlight from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-1994) Prototype hand-grip flashlight, constructed of grey-painted molded resin with acrylic “lens”, made for the series. Measures approx. 5 x 5 inches.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #352

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE: unknown
Romulan tunic and holster from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1993-2001) Grey Romulan tunic with cross-body belt and holster. Two inside labels read “Deep Space Nine, James Pearson” and “Voyager, Judson Scott”. Worn in DS9, most likely by an unaccredited stuntman, and in Voyager by frequent Trek actor Judson Scott, who played Romulan Cmdr. Rekar in the fourth season episode, “Message in a Bottle”. Scott also played “Joachim,” Khan’s right hand man, in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.