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Profiles in History sale #25, lot #558

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $800
Vintage oversize Star Trek birthday card signed by Gene Roddenberry, Leonard Nimoy, Bob Justman, Matt Jefferies and a host of Star Trek cast and crewmembers
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Dating from the original series run, this oversize (8 in. x 15 in.) birthday card for an unnamed crewmember – but believed to be script researcher Joan Pearce – is inscribed on the inside from “The Star Trek Gang” and signed by Gene Roddenberry, Bob Justman, Leonard Nimoy, Matt Jefferies (who also sketches a small drawing of the Enterprise), Fred Freiberger and twelve others.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #559

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $3250
Original screen-used artwork of the “Servant of the Evil One” from the Star Trek episode “The Omega Glory”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Original drawing of the Vulcan-like “Servant of the Evil One”, accomplished in ink on a 9 in. x 12 in. leaf of studioweathered paper. This drawing appears on-screen in the primitives “Holy Bible” and was used by Capt. Tracey to manipulate them into thinking Spock was the devil! A key prop from a pivotal moment in the episode. Originally part of the collection of Star Trek script researcherJoan Pearce.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #560

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $800
The Making of Star Trek first edition book signed by Gene Roddenberry to William Theiss’ father
Paperback book copyright 1968 by Stephen E. Whitefield and Gene Roddenberry, inscribed on the inside front cover in black ink to William Theiss’ father by Gene Roddenberry: “Thank you for your son Bill! We could not have made it at all without him. Gene Roddenberry”. A wonderful association and an important testament from Star Trek’s creator regarding William Ware Theiss, who designed all of the show’s spectacular costumes.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #561

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $500
Pair of original Star Trek (the original series) scripts, for the episodes “Arena” and “The Naked Time”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Both of these scripts are final drafts, 49pp (“Arena”) and 66pp (“The Naked Time”).

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #562

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $18000 - $22000
PRICE: $25000
Original Starfleet Tricorder from Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Original series Tricorder constructed of aluminum, wood and plastic with vinyl shoulder strap, measuring approx. 7 in. tall x 5 1/8 in. wide and weighing 1.6 pounds. This Tricorder differs from the other examples we have handled in that it is covered in black vinyl (intended for closer shots) instead of being vaccu-form plastic or fiberglass with molded leather grain finish. The top flips open to reveal a small monitor screen, three small buttons and three knobs, and a small brass grid square. Designed by Wah Chang, this multipurpose scientific and technical instrument was developed for Starfleet and incorporated sensors, computers and recorders in a convenient and portable form. Originally acquired from Dick Rubin, a veteran Hollywood property master who worked on Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #563

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $17000
Uhura’s ear communication device from Star Trek
(NBCTV, 1966-69) Uhura’s iconic ear communication device / transmitter, worn by Nichelle Nichols as “Lt. Nyota Uhura” in virtually every episode. The piece is constructed of turned aluminum with a form-fitting clear resin ear piece which is fastened to the aluminum stem with a small screw, accessed by a small hole in the ear piece. Originally acquired from Dick Rubin, a veteran Hollywood property master who worked on Star Trek: The Motion Picture. An important and exceedingly rare piece of Star Trek history.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #564

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $5000 - $7000
PRICE: $7000
Dr. McCoy original hypospray from Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This vintage hypospray prop is constructed of nickel-plated brass and has a working plunger, at the top of which McCoy would place a capsule of 23rd century medicine (not included) for injection into the patient. The prop measures 8 in. long with the plunger extended, and 6 in. long with the plunger depressed. The main cylinder is approx. ¾ in. in diameter, and the prop weighs in at a very substantial 9.7 oz. Originally acquired from Dick Rubin, a veteran Hollywood property master who worked on Star Trek: The Motion Picture. An exceedingly rare Starfleet prop from the original Star Trek series. The quality and construction is of the very highest caliber.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #565

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1900
Dr. McCoy’s sickbay anabolic protoplaser medical tool (for massive injuries) from Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Handheld medical tool, a “portable wound healer” constructed of blackpainted wood with machine metal tip and sides. Known as an Anabolic Protoplaser tool, this particular example with the cylindrical head was intended to be used for massive injuries. This protoplaser was originally painted red, but was later painted black for use in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, in which configuration it now remains. Originally acquired from Dick Rubin, a veteran Hollywood property master who worked on Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #566

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1500
Dr. McCoy’s sickbay anabolic protoplaser tool (for minor injuries) from Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Hand-held medical tool, a “portable wound healer”, constructed of black-painted wood with conical tip and sides of machined metal. Measures 6 1/2 in. long. Intended for minor injuries, this tool was created for the Original Series and used in Sickbay. This protoplaser was originally painted red, but was later painted black for use in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, in which configuration it now remains. It can be seen clearly in TMP near the end of the film when Nurse Chapel uses it to examine Spock’s ear. Originally acquired from Dick Rubin, a veteran Hollywood property master who worked on Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #567

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1200
PRICE: $1200
Original Tribble from the Star Trek original series episode, “Trouble with Tribb les”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Fur covered foam Tribble, approx. 9 in. in diameter. The interior is hollow, as made for an air bladder which made the Tribble appear to be “breathing”. (The air bladder is not present). A great special effects piece from the show. Most surviving Tribbles from this episode are much smaller and do not have the hollow interior for the air bladder, making this one especially desirable.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #568

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: $1400
“Capt. Kirk” / “Dr. Korby” jumpsuit from the Star Trek episode “What are Little Girls Made Of”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Twotone pea green and blue jumpsuit with zipper front closure, made of a light canvas material. Since there are no identifying markings on this piece, it could have been worn by either “Kirk” or “Korby”. Originally from the estate of William Theiss.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #569

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $2000
Lazarus jumpsuit costume from the Star Trek episode “The Alternative Factor”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Black robe costume with ornate blue bouillon, black front panel and sleeves, and integral leggings. Back zipper closure. Made for Robert Brown as the mentally unstable scientist “Lazarus” in this memorable episode, most likely for some of the stunt scenes as this costume is undamaged and unsoiled, whereas the hero costume was heavily distressed. Inside Western Costume label printed, “Bob Brown”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #570

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE: $1200
Nona’s top from the Star Trek episode “A Private Little War”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Black leather cinchfront top with orange appliqué fur, worn by Nona (played by Nancy Kovak), the wife of tribal leader Tyree. An excellent wardrobe piece worn throughout the episode by the lovely Nona, who puts Capt. Kirk under her seductive spell.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #571

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $1800
Khan gold mesh sleep suit costume from the Star Trek episode “Space Seed”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) “Sleep Suit” worn on the “Botany Bay” spaceship, constructed of a gold mesh fabric. Unidentified, though it is possible that it was used by Ricardo Montalban in his role as “Khan” judging by its size. This costume is one of the jewels of Star Trek couture, and was used in one of the most memorable episodes – an episode which spawned the second and arguably the best “Star Trek” film of all, “The Wrath of Khan”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #572

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: unknown
Alexander’s costume from the Star Trek episode “Plato’s Stepchildren”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Jumpsuitstyle costume with dark brown torso and orange-white plaid sleeves and legs. Zipper closure at the left side of the chest. Worn by Michael Dunn as the court jester “Alexander”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #573

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE: $1400
Jame Finney dress from the Star Trek episode “Court Martial”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Sheer grey dress with blue collar, pleated skirt, cuffs, and center motif. Worn by “Jame Finney” (played by Alice Rawlings), the bereaved daughter of “Lt. Com. Benjamin Finney”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #574

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $850
Guard’s costume from the Star Trek episode “The Cloud Minders”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Grey draping tunic with large sleeves, worn by a palace guard in the episode “The Cloud Minders.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #575

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $2500
Original production artwork featuring the Enterprise crew from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) Original artwork accomplished in acrylic on a 15 in. x 34 in. sheet of board, featuring the Enterprise crew entering V’ger. Handwritten notes in the lower margin read “Bob, I feel that light through the hex crystals might add something neat!” A wonderful piece of original production artwork with rich colors, suitable for framing.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #576

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1500
Special effects dagger from Star Trek episode “Elaan of Troyius”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Prop dagger used by Elaan to kill Lord Petri in the third season episode “Elaan of Troyius”. Fabricated without a tip, it is made of a wooden handle and an aluminum blade, guard and pommel. Pink faux jewels at the middle of the grip and at the pommel. Measures 6 ½ in. Some wear, otherwise in fine condition.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #577

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1000
Betelgeusean ambassador’s robe from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) This large colorful ambassador’s robe is made of a fabric personally selected by Cecil B. DeMille in 1939, and then lost in storage on the Paramount lot until found by costume designer, Robert Fletcher, who was assigned to garb the many aliens in the production, as well as to design the new Starfleet uniforms. The ambassador’s robe was originally made for someone who is 6’ 10” tall.

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Profiles in History sale #25, lot #578

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $7000
Dr. McCoy landing party jacket from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
(Paramount, 1982) Rust & crème-colored heavy jacket with medical (green-bordered) “galaxy” patch on the left shoulder. Only three of these heavy jackets were made for the film, worn by Kirk, Saavick and McCoy. Some pockets and jacket hardware are not present. Fabric tears on shoulders and back have been professionally repaired; overall, in very good condition. A rare piece of Star Trek wardrobe, instantly recognizable and highly visible on screen.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #579

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $2000
Two prop Ceti eels from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
(Paramount, 1982) Two prop Ceti eels used by Khan as a mind-controlling aid. The large eel can be seen in a static tank on the planet Ceti Alpha VI, and the smaller one is seen dropped across Chekov’s face in the same scene. Made of foam latex, the props measure 11 ½ in. and 4 ½ in., respectively.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #580

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $500
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 #25, lot #581

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $600
Klingon assassin mask from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
(Paramount, 1991) Latex facial and head appliance with hand-set hair and incredibly realistic make-up. Made for the human assassin who was in disguise as a Klingon in the climactic assassination scene. The mask has a vertical tear from behind the ear down to the neck, most likely incurred when the actor removed the appliance after filming the scene. A very nice original appliance from the film. The craftsmanship is absolutely superb.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #582

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $600
William Shatner flight suit worn as “Captain Kirk” in Star Trek Generations
(Paramount, 1994) Dark gray rubber and spandex costume with blue and purple reflective square paste-ons. Includes tunic, vest, two sets of leg guards, a pair of gauntlets, and pair of shoulder epaulettes. Some of the square paste-ons have fallen off the costume. Worn by William Shatner in his seminal role as “Captain James T. Kirk”. The sky-diving scene in which this costume was worn was deleted from the final version of the film.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #583

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $850
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 #25, lot #584

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1400
Static Tricorder from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) This 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 Tricorder. This “TR- 590 Tricorder X” was most likely used for close-up shots that did not require the full lighted version.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #585

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1500
Jonathan Frakes 19th century officer’s uniform worn as “William T. Riker” from Star Trek Generations
(Paramount, 1994) This 19th century-style officer’s costume consists of cream-colored pants with suspenders, shirt, vest, navy-colored coat and matching hat. Each garment has internal Star Trek VII costume labels handwritten “J.F.” (the label for the vest is typed “Jonathan Frakes”, but is faded). Seen in the holodeck sequence on the Enterprise 1701-D, where the crew holds a ceremony to promote Worf to the rank of Lieutenant Commander. The ceremony is conducted using a 19th century sailing ship and corresponding uniforms.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #586

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $800
Stunt spacesuit from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Two-piece gray spacesuit consisting of pants and jacket. Internal costume label handwritten “John Novak”. Novak is credited for stunt work on the film.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #587

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $2250
Isolinear chips and holder from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Set of five small and five large (ten total) isolinear chips, accompanied with a Lexan holder printed “U.S.S. Enterprise 1701E” on the front-facing side. The small and large chips measure 4 in. x 4 in. and 6 in. x 4 in., respectively. The Lexan holder measures 12 in. long.