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Profiles in History sale #25, lot #618

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: unknown
Jennifer Lien Ocampa costume worn as “Kes” in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Short sleeve olive-colored under-jumpsuit with gray/ green sheer blouse worn by Jennifer Lien as “Kes” in the pilot episode when she boards the Voyager after escaping her abuse as a slave with the Kazon-Ogla on the surface of her world. Both garments have internal Voyager costume labels handwritten “Jennifer Lien”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #619

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: unknown
Jennifer Lien burgundy jumpsuit worn as “Kes” in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Short sleeve burgundy under-jumpsuit worn by Jennifer Lien as “Kes”. Internal Voyager costume label handwritten “Jennifer Lien”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #620

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: unknown
Jennifer Lien’s evil “Kes” costume worn in the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Warlord”
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Black & brown pleather jumpsuit worn by Jennifer Lien in the season three episode, “Warlord”, when her character “Kes” is inhabited by Tieran, a former Ilarian ruler who was overthrown.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #621

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1000
Ethan Phillips “Neelix” head appliance from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Original foam latex head appliance made for Ethan Phillips in his role as “Neelix”, the self-appointed “chief morale officer” and chef of Voyager. The appliance still exhibits hand-applied make-up and scalp hair. In excellent condition.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #622

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $1100
Geneviève Bujold Starfleet duty uniform from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount, 1995-2001) Original black & maroon Starfleet duty uniform jumpsuit. Worn by acclaimed actress Geneviève Bujold, the original casting choice for “Captain Kathryn Janeway”, but gave up the role after only one day of shooting. Footage of Bujold wearing this costume in the pilot episode can be seen in the bonus features on the DVD box set. Internal Voyager costume label handwritten in bold black ink, “Geneviève Bujold #1”. A terrific costume that represents one of the most interesting “what if ” scenarios in Star Trek history.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #623

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1500
Robert Picardo Starfleet duty uniform worn as “The Doctor” from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Original black & green Starfleet duty uniform jumpsuit worn by Robert Picardo as “The Doctor” in Star Trek: Voyager. Internal Voyager costume label handwritten “Robert Picardo”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #624

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $1200
Dwight Schultz future Starfleet duty uniform worn as “Reginald Barclay” in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Original black & gold Starfleet duty uniform jumpsuit (and pair of shoulder pads) from the future worn by Dwight Schultz as “Reginald Barclay” in the series finale episodes, “Endgame, Part I” and “Endgame, Part II”, when the future Commander Barclay plays a pivotal role in helping to bring Voyager back home from the Delta Quadrant. Internal Voyager costume label handwritten “Dwight Schultz”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #625

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $800
Christine Harnos cold-weather parka & pants worn as “Tessa Harmond” from the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Timeless”
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Silver parka & pants worn by Christine Harnos as “Tessa Harmond”, Chakotay’s lover from an alternate future. Used in the season five episode, “Timeless”, and has internal Voyager costume label handwritten “Christine Harnos”. This costume was also modified from a previous usage in a DS9 episode.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #626

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $600
“Automated Personnel Unit 3947” mask and cowl from Star Trek: Voyager episode “Prototype”
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Two-piece injection-molded mask painted silver, written on the inside in black ink “6263 Close-up”. Together with the matching rubber cowl, which is also painted silver. Made for actor Rick Worthy in his role as the Pralor-created android “3947”, from the second season episode “Prototype”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #627

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: unknown
John Rhys-Davies costume as “Leonardo DaVinci” worn in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount- TV, 1995-2001) This costume consists of a rust-colored velvet robe, belt, shoes and hat. Worn by John Rhys-Davis as “Leonardo DaVinci” and can be seen in the season three episode, “Scorpion, Part I”, and the season four episode, “Concerning Flight”. Both internal Voyager costume labels in the robe and hat have been handwritten in bold black ink, “John Rhys-Davies”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #628

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE: $2500
Costume worn by Grand Nagus Zek in the Star Trek DS 9 episode “Ferengi Love Songs”
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) This colorful costume is complete with a brown sleeveless jumpsuit, sleeveless red shirt, gold vest and long overcoat. Worn by Wallace Shawn as Grand Nagus Zek in the season five episode, “Ferengi Love Songs”. All pieces contain internal DS9 costume labels handwritten, “Wallace Shawn”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #629

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $700
Static boomerang phaser from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount TV, 1995-2001) Black and silver painted resin phaser. The trigger is currently fixed in the “fire” position, and the piece is missing green detail on the tops and some on the bottom, most likely from heavy studio use during the production. Measures 7 ½ in. in length.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #630

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1000
Starfleet phaser rifle from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Constructed of molded resin painted black, grey and silver with gold accents on the top, and depressible trigger on the rear handgrip. The molded static sight has an inset piece of light green transparent Lucite, of the same color and type as the Isolinear chips. Used throughout the series as the standard phaser rifle. Measures approx. 25 ½ in. long.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #631

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $850
Cardassian phaser from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Rare ornate gold and purple painted molded resin, with purple accents on the top “barrel” tip, from where the beam was applied during post-production. Used throughout the series by the main occupants and builders of the Deep Space Nine space station. There were no working versions of this gun made. Measures approx. 9½ in. long. A nice example with light production wear.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #632

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $850
Jem’Hadar phaser pistol from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Used in the first season by the Jem’Hadar, this prop weapon is constructed of silver, grey and gold-painted molded resin with static barrel cover on the tip. Decals simulating advanced circuitry on the back top end of the frame. Measures approx. 9 in. in length.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #633

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $4750
Working phase pistol from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount-TV, 2001-2005) Silver and black painted phase pistol, constructed of molded resin. This exceptional pistol has a magnetic snap-on enclosure and a detachable cartridge that lights up when “loaded”. This is most certainly a hero or close-up prop, finely-detailed with barrel-cut acrylic inlays near the tip of the barrel and aluminum-lined inside the barrel. Used throughout the series.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #634

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $700
Jem’Hadar stunt phaser rifle from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Hand-painted rubber stunt rifle made for the Jem’Hadar, measuring approx. 23 in. long.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #635

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: $3000
Jolene Blalock away mission uniform jumpsuit from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount-TV, 2001-2005) Gray away mission jumpsuit worn by Jolene Blalock in the first season episode, “Sleeping Dogs”. Includes attached under-bra. Internal Enterprise costume label handwritten in black ink, “Jolene Blalock”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #636

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $4250
Jolene Blalock white workout jumpsuit worn as “T’Pol” from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount-TV, 2001-2005) White workout jumpsuit with belt, worn by Jolene Blalock as Vulcan subcommander “T’Pol”. Internal Enterprise costume label handwritten in black ink “Jolene Blalock”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #637

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $2000
Jolene Blalock gray workout jumpsuit worn as “T’Pol” from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount-TV, 2001-2005) Gray sleeveless workout jumpsuit worn by Jolene Blalock as Vulcan subcommander “T’Pol”. Internal Enterprise costume label handwritten in black ink “Jolene Blalock”.

Profiles in History sale #25, lot #638

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 25 ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE: $2500
Linda Park duty uniform jumpsuit worn as “Hoshi Sato” from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount-TV, 2001- 2005) Signature dark blue Enterprise duty uniform jumpsuit with “Enterprise” patch on the left arm and black under tunic, worn by Linda Park as ensign “Hoshi Sato”. Seen throughout the series. Both jumpsuit and under tunic have internal Enterprise costume labels handwritten in black ink, “Linda Park”.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #541

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: unknown
Gold RKO pedestal from the Star Trek episode “Requiem for Methuselah”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This third RKO pedestal still retains its gold gilt finish as seen in the Star Trek episode “Requiem for Methuselah” where it stands just behind Spock while he is playing the unknown Brahms concerto on “Flint’s” piano. Measures 47 in. tall.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #542

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: unknown
RKO throne chair used in the original Star Trek series and Citizen Kane
A large, mid-19th century, Italian carved chair from the RKO Property Department used in the Star Trek episode “Errand of Mercy” by John Abbott in his role as the head of the Council. It can also be seen in the final scenes of Citizen Kane. Measures 28 in. wide x 24 in. deep x 58 in. tall.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #546

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: unknown
RKO large ram’s head stand from Citizen Kane, Star Trek and other productions
This large bronze and ebonized wood antique stand was in numerous productions over the years and can be seen in many classics of both the large and small screen. Its earliest use is in the Paris nightclub at the beginning of The Gay Divorcee, where Astaire dances for his supper. It was then modified by removing the upper and lower ebonized portions for The Last Days of Pompeii the following year. Astaire and Rogers dance between the pair in a similar cafe, in the same city, in The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle in 1939. It also appears on the stage, painted white, in Citizen Kane during Susan’s opera debut. A pair of them flank Kay Kyser’s stage in the musical mystery romp You’ll Find Out!, the only teaming of Karloff, Lorre and Lugosi. It is in the hotel lobby with Ava Gardner in My Forbidden Past, where she goes to see the lawyer. That same year it appears in the Season 1 episode of The Adventures of Superman entitled “Mystery in Wax” in the Museum display. It is in the Star Trek episodes “Bread and Circuses”, “Plato’s Stepchildren” and “Requiem for Methuselah”. An important film artifact. Measures 48 in. tall.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #549

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE: $6000
Cabinet used in Spock’s quarters in Star Trek, as well as the classic films It’s a Wonderful Life and Citizen Kane
An antique Napoleon III ebonized cabinet pedestal seen in Spock’s quarters in the Star Trek episodes “Amok Time”, “The Tholian Web” and “The Way to Eden”. This piece was originally part of the RKO Property Dept. It now has a silver foil Paramount inventory label. In addition to its important usage aboard the Enterprise, it was also used in “Mr. Potter’s” office in It’s a Wonderful Life with Jimmy Stewart, and can also be seen in the final scenes of Citizen Kane. Measures 28 in. wide x 18 in. deep x 40 in. tall.

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Profiles in History sale #26, lot #550

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: unknown
Pair of RKO pedestals from Star Trek, Citizen Kane and other productions
These may well be the most photographed set pieces in film history. Inventoried into the RKO Property Department by Tom Little on April 25, 1935, one of them had already appeared in the hotel lobby in Flying Down to Rio. As a pair they are in the bridal suite in Top Hat on either side of the bedroom door. One, painted white is in Ginger Rogers’ apartment in Shall We Dance. The pair can be seen in the mansion in Fifth Avenue Girl, also with Ginger. They flank the fireplace in the Music room and are in various scenes at “Xanadu” in Citizen Kane. They also appear in The Saint in New York, The Falcon in San Francisco, The Ex-Mrs. Bradford, Bedlam, Born to Kill, Fallen Sparrow, and for the first time in color, in The French Line and Slightly Scarlett. Desilu used them in Mission: Impossible and again, one in each room, in the Star Trek episode “Requiem for Methuselah”. After the sale to Paramount, they are seen in multiple episodes of Bonanza during Season 11 in the Palace Hotel suite. Each piece has many RKO warehouse markings as well as a modern Paramount sticker bar code inventory label. Each exhibit minor cracks and/or chipping, as is common with extensive production use and age.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #688

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $400
Wah Chang bust of “Balok” from the Star Trek episode “The Corbomite Maneuver”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Resin bust with true color rendition and gold plaque. Base measures approximately 3 1/2 in. x 6 in.; model stands 6 in. tall.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #689

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $5000 - $7000
PRICE: $5000
“Crewman Green” command tunic from the Star Trek episode “The Man Trap”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Gold command tunic worn by “Crewman Green” (Bruce Watson). Slits in the cuffs identify this tunic as originally made for “The Cage”. It was also used in some of the earlier first season episodes. Original series tunics are becoming increasingly harder to find, and this one is in exceptional condition considering its age.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #690

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $850
Collection of five original Star Trek scripts from David L. Ross, who played “Lt. Galloway”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Included are the episodes “Miri”, “Day of the Dove”, “Return of the Archons”, “A Taste of Armageddon”, and “Turnabout Intruder” (bound with original boards). All are either final drafts or revised final drafts, and were the personal copies of David L. Ross used during each production.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #691

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $450
Original Filmation animation cel from Star Trek: The Animated Adventures featuring Capt. Kirk with an original hand-painted background
(NBC-TV, 1973-75) Original animation cel with hand-painted background, featuring a nice half-length image of the gallant Capt. James T. Kirk. Measures approximately 12 ½ in. x 9 ½ in. Handsomely triple-matted to 18 in. x 15 in.

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