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Profiles in History sale #24, lot #383

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $600
Kazon phaser rifle from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Constructed of metal tubing for the frame, black and brown-painted molded resin for the handle, and machined metal and brass for the barrel. Also includes attached leather strap. A rare prop, as the Kazon were only seen in a few episodes. Measures approx. 18 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #384

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $550
Alien phaser pistol from Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-2001) This prop is constructed of molded resin painted grey and accented with metallic decals. Measuring approx. 9 inches in length, it can be seen being used by multiple aliens in various episodes from both Star Trek series.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #385

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $500
Working Vidiian phaser pistol used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Used throughout the series, this black-painted molded resin features an elaborate metal and acrylic firing tip in between two prongs. Additional electronic detailing on top, including a button trigger that activates a purple light on the body. The tip of the right prong has broken off. Measures approx. 11 inches long. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #386

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1800
Capt. Janeway Proton phaser used from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Silver and green-painted molded resin with an aluminum firing tip, made in the “Flash Gordon” style for the fifth season episode “Bride of Chaotica” and used by both Dr. Chaotica and Janeway as “Arachnia” during the holodeck simulation scenes. Measures approx. 13 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #387

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $800
Captain Proton phaser used by Tuvok in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Gold and red-painted molded resin made in the “Flash Gordon” style for the fifth season episode “Bride of Chaotica” and used by Tuvok during the holodeck simulation scenes. However, this prop is not seen in the final cut of the episode. It is the only one made in this configuration. Measures approx. 13 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #388

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1700
Captain Proton phaser used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Silver and blue-painted molded resin made in the “Flash Gordon” style and seen in the fifth season episode “Bride of Chaotica” during the holodeck simulation scenes. This piece is the only one made in this configuration. Measures approx. 13 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #389

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1800
Captain Proton phaser used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Silver and red-painted molded resin made in the “Flash Gordon” style and seen in the fifth season episode “Bride of Chaotica” during the holodeck simulation scenes. This piece is the only one made in this configuration. Measures approx. 13 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #390

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $600
Working Fifth Dimension Alien Phaser used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Metallic green-painted molded resin with three working push-button triggers. One button operates a green light at the tip and the other two activate a view screen on top that shows a DNA graphic. Used by one of the inhabitants of the Fifth Dimension who beamed down to Voyager’s holodeck in the fifth season episode “Bride of Chaotica”. Only two of these props were made. Measures approx. 6 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #391

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $700
Hirogen Phaser Pistol used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Highly detailed black-painted molded resin with additional coloring. Used throughout the series, the weapon measures approx. 10 inches long. Original acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #392

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $650
Static Boomerang Phaser from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Black and silver painted resin phaser with depressible trigger button on top, with evidence of heavy set use from stunt sequences. Used in the third season and on. Measures approx. 8 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #393

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $2250
Working Compression Phaser rifle used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Constructed of molded resin painted black and silver, with a metal rear, shoulder strap and rigger button on top that activates a scope light. Used throughout the fifth and sixth seasons. Measures approx. 33 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #394

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $350
Alien Phaser Pistol from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Black-painted molded resin with gold-colored machined metal barrel, this weapon is a variation of the Varon-T Disruptor. Used by multiple aliens. Measures approx. 9 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #395

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $300
Working Alien Phaser Weapon used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) A well-made working weapon with a heavy plastic handle and machined metal barrel. A push button trigger activates a row of lights inside the barrel and another light at the acrylic tip. The weapon was used in the third season episode “The Swarm”. Measures approx. 15 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #396

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: unknown
Baton-style alien weapon from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Machined aluminum hexagonal shaft with three turned “cuts” at the tip of the barrel, made to resemble a flash suppressor, with a long aluminum handgrip. Made for use as an alien weapon on Voyager. Measures 16 in. long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #397

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $350
Modified Borg Phaser from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) This bronze-painted molded resin, with a Velcro bottom and machine metal firing tip. Measures approx. 4 inches in length.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #398

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $700
Alien Phaser Pistol used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Black-painted molded resin, constructed in the Jem’Hadar style, this weapon is seen in the sixth season episode “Live Fast and Prosper”. Measures approx. 9 inches long. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #399

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $400
Hazari Phaser Pistol from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) This unique alien weapon is constructed of machined aluminum for the barrel tip and black-painted resin for the handle and part of the body. Used in the episode “Think Tank” by the Hazari bounty hunters, it measures approx. 7 ½ inches in length. Original acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #400

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1800
Twenty-ninth century phaser used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Silver-painted molded resin with blackacrylic barrel (a small piece of the tip is broken off), used in the third season episode “Future’s End,” parts I and II. A rubber stunt version also exists, but this is believed to be the only hard version in existence. Measures approx. 8½ inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #401

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $400
Miniature Phaser Pistol from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) This unique piece is constructed from parts of the Men in Black “noisy cricket” weapon, which was modified to include a metal sight, altered trigger and blue plexi-glass in the main body. Intended to be used as Capt. Janeway’s personal “purse” gun, it may or may not have been used on-screen. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker. Barrel measures 3 1/2 in. long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #402

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $200
Prototype mini-Cobra Phaser made for Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Silver and black-painted molded resin with green detailing. This weapon was not used onscreen. Measures approx. 4½ inches long. Originally acquired from the show’s propmaker.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #403

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $800
Background Engineering Tool from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) Unique and extremely well constructed, this prop is made of aluminum, brass and resin. A switch on the handle illuminates the Lucite barrel and green lights on the side. Used as a background piece. Measures 5½ inches long (at the barrel) and 5 inches in height.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #404

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $2250
Hirogen Medical Hypo Spray from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) This highly detailed piece is constructed of a grey-painted molded grip and machined metal barrel. Used in the fifth season and measures approx. 5 inches in length (barrel) and 5 inches in height (from the grip to the top).

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #405

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $500
Prototype phaser pistol for Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount TV, 2001-2005) An excellent, large phaser pistol made for the spec show (unaired pilot) which was produced to sell the series to Paramount. It is constructed of hard and vaccuform plastic painted two shades of grey, with attached sight painted bronze. Acquired directly from the show’s propmaker, this fantastic, one-of-a-kind pistol is a great prop weapon from the Star Trek universe. Measures approx. 24 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #406

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $850
Engineering Tool from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1994-2001) This working prop is constructed of machined aluminum with a push-button trigger that illuminates a machine acrylic tip. Measures approx. 9½ inches.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #407

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $8000 - $10000
PRICE: $8000
Scott Bakula “Capt. Archer” duty uniform from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount TV, 2001-2005) Deep purple/blue cotton jumpsuit with gold piping on the upper shoulders/chest and “Enterprise” patch on the left shoulder. Four silver bars ranking insignia at the upper right chest. Together with the matching black turtleneck undertunic. Each garment features an internal bias label handwritten “Scott Bakula”. Made for Bakula in his role as “Capt. Jonathan Archer”, the childhood hero of Shatner’s “Capt. Kirk” and the commander of the first USS Enterprise.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #408

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $12000
Jolene Blalock “T’Pol” duty uniform from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount TV, 2001-2005) Skin-tight bodysuit-style duty uniform of brown stretch fabric with green/white/brown “microfiber” design, worn by Jolene Blalock as “T’Pol” on the series. Internal Star Trek: Enterprise label is handwritten in black ink “Jolene Blalock #3”. Certainly one of the most sensual and eye-catching costumes ever created for any of the Star Trek productions, and worn with Vulcan confidence by Blalock!

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #451

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $4750
Archive of original concept presentation artwork used to create the Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan one-sheet poster
(Paramount, 1982) Original artwork by Tom Jung. Includes one 28 in. x 34 in. Photostat (some chipping to folds), one reduced facsimile, one original pencil sketch (with title “Vengeance of Khan”), one ink sketch, two color drawings, and one original concept mounted to board. In working on this film, Jung recalls his alarm when realizing that this film and the new Star Wars sequel had very similar titles: “When I was told the title was to be ‘Revenge of Khan’, it occurred to me that Lucas’ film was also titled something very similar: ‘Revenge of the Jedi’. I phoned Lucy Wilson of George Lucas’ team with this news. As it turned out, both titles were changed; however, when I got the assignment, it was somehow called the Vengeance of Khan.” The final title was, of course, The Wrath of Khan. The archive contains seven pieces in total, of various sizes – the largest being approx. 34 in. x 28 ½ in.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #458

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $13000
Original painting used for the Star Trek 25th anniversary poster
Original acrylic painting on board by Tom Jung, measuring 17 in. x 30 in., featuring the two USS Enterprise captains – Kirk and Picard – together on a single poster for the first time. Also includes a copy of the finished poster.

Profiles in History sale #24, lot #472

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 24 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1600
Collection of scripts, a director’s “beat sheet” and storyboards of selected scenes from Star Trek: Nemesis
(Paramount, 2002) Includes 3 different versions of the script and over 60 pages of original storyboard pencil rough sketches and production art.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #557

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $20000 - $30000
PRICE: $55000
The world’s most comprehensive archive of Star Trek Original Series scripts and research material, direct from the collection of legendary Star Trek researcher Joan Pearce
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) The archive consists of over 240 vintage scripts from Star Trek The Original Series representing each and every one of the 79 episodes of the series, including multiple drafts (many of which contain scenes that were never filmed), and multi-colored script revision inserts. Accompanying this extensive archive of scripts are background research reports on virtually every episode, shooting schedules and original story outlines as well as scripts, outlines and background notes for several episodes that were never produced. This goldmine of information was compiled by Joan Pearce, the able assistant of Kellam DeForest Research, Inc. on the Paramount lot. It was Pearce who reviewed, analyzed and wrote the research reports on all Star Trek scripts, investigating the feasibility of the stories and helping to maintain plot, theme and technology consistencies from episode to episode – a key function in the creative process, which ensured stability within the Star Trek universe. Being present from the first pilot, The Cage, on through to the finale of the Enterprise series starring Scott Bakula, Joan was the only common thread from the beginning of the series through to the end of the franchise, including all the feature films. Bjo Trimble, author of the Star Trek Concordance and regarded as the most influential Star Trek fan (whose “Save Star Trek” campaign led to the third season of the series being made after a threatened cancellation by the studio) states the following about Joan Pearce: “Joan was one of the least-known pivotal people in the Star Trek world, and she liked it that way. She had an eidetic memory, retaining everything she ever read. She was head researcher for Kellam DeForest Research, which had offices at Desilu, then Paramount Studios; she later owned her own research company. During all this time, she covered the Star Trek series and movies, putting that amazing memory to use when telling a writer that his “alien” name was an Arabic swear word, or that someone else had written the story on which an “original” script had been based. When not dealing with studio research, Joan traveled the world her own way, once taking a bus trip from Katmandu to London. Those lucky enough to obtain even one of Joan’s personal Star Trek scripts is in for a delightful surprise to find examples of her wry humor and astringent wit hand-written throughout.”In addition to the scripts, research reports and story outlines, the archive includes production memos (three of which signed by Gene Roddenberry), and over 400 slides, including shots of the Enterprise, alien vessels, stills from various episodes and special-effects shots. The paperwork is sprinkled with a few of Pearce’s succinct and witty comments, which served as suggestions to the producers and writers on how to improve their work. There is some minor moisture exposure to a small fraction of the material, incurred from the 40+ years of storage. On the whole, the archive is in very good condition. Interested bidders are strongly urged to view this amazing archive in person. Never again will there be an opportunity to acquire an archive of this scope.

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