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Profiles in History sale #26, lot #692

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: unknown
Prop Nimbus rifle from Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
(Paramount, 1989) Prop rifle with pipe barrel, moving pipe “chambering” slide, and attached leather strap. Measures approximately 34 in. long.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #693

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $6000
U.S.S. Voyager bridge commissioning plaque from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) This plaque was bolted to one of the bulkheads on the bridge of the Voyager, and is seen prominently in many episodes. Measures 17 in. x 12 in., and mounted to a thick aluminum slab with screws on the reverse for attachment to the set.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #694

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $10000 - $12000
PRICE: $13000
Patrick Stewart “Capt. Picard” duty uniform from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Syndicated TV, 1987-94) Maroon and black (command) duty uniform, with captain insignia at the collar, and inside bias label handwritten “Patrick 016”.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #695

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $2500
Capt. Jonathan Archer’s transport ship from Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount-TV, 2001-2005) Styrene and epoxy largescale miniature with removable windscreen, used in the opening scenes of the episode “Broken Bow”, the pilot episode of the series, where young Jonathan built the craft with his father’s help. A beautifully-crafted filming miniature from the very last series of the Star Trek franchise. Measures 27 in. x 33 in. x 7 in.

Profiles in History sale #26, lot #696

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $800
Vulcan mummy from the first season of Star Trek: Enterprise
(Paramount TV, 2001-2005) This impressive Vulcan mummy was used as set dressing in the ancient catacombs beneath the Vulcan P’Jem monastery in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “The Andorian Incident”. The mummy is made of hand-carved foam wrapped in case, and mounted on a wooden board which has been extensively weathered by the studio, and features a gold insignia at the top. The Vulcan pointed ears are quite prominent. Note: two similar mummies sold at the Christie’s Star Trek sale in October, 2006; however, neither of those was as detailed as this one, which is a purpose-built Vulcan mummy. The overall craftsmanship of this display suggests it was used for close-up or foreground shots. Stands fully 6 ft. 8 in. tall.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #590

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $12000 - $15000
PRICE: $19000
Pato Guzman original pre-production concept artwork of the Enterprise bridge for Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) This original pre-production concept drawing by Pato Guzman is the very first conceptualization of what would become the most recognizable nerve center of any ship – be it aircraft, sea-going ship or starship, fictional or otherwise – and features the sweeping, semi-circular bridge control stations, wide projection “window”, and of course, the iconic Captain’s chair from which “Capt. Kirk” would lead his crew to far-flung corners of the universe “Where No Man Has Gone Before”. The drawing is accomplished in pastel and charcoal on an 18 in. x 23 in. sheet of crème-toned artist’s illustration paper, with an engraved ID plate affixed at the lower right corner reading “Control Room”. It is also featured prominently in The Art of Star Trek as the frontispiece for the first chapter, entitled “A Totally New Universe: The Cage and Where No Man Has Gone Before – 1964-1965”. The piece is handsomely showcased in a custom frame featuring Starfleet emblems at the corners to a size of 28 in. x 33 in. overall, ready for display. This is the single most important concept drawing in the history of television, one which spawned an amazing forty-year franchise of science-fiction drama for both television and film.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #591

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $30000 - $50000
PRICE: $30000
Rare early Leonard Nimoy “Spock” tunic from the first season of Star Trek, also used for the pilot episode “The Cage”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Light purple velour tunic with Starfleet “Science” insignia at the upper left chest, and single gold braid ranking insignia on each sleeve. The name “Nimoy” is handwritten in white ink in the shoulder zipper. Worn by Nimoy for the earliest publicity photographs of the series, this uniform tunic also features a small slit in each of the cuffs, positively identifying it as an early first season tunic which was also used for the pilot episode, “The Cage”. Of particular note, the internal shoulder zipper (as shown) exhibits the original color of the tunic – light blue. During the production, repeated dry-cleanings had an adverse effect on the tunics, fading them from the original blue to the light lavender it demonstrates today, some forty years later. Exceedingly rare, this is the finest Spock tunic in existence and the most desirable of all the principal cast tunics from the series.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #592

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $3000
Rare original pilot episode script of Star Trek, “The Menagerie”, believed to be D.C. Fontana’s copy, and signed by Majel Barrett and Leonard Nimoy
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Original 73pp script for the pilot episode, with revision inserts and original covers featuring an early incarnation of the Star Trek logo. Dorothy Fontana was Gene Roddenberry’s secretary at the time the pilot was filmed, and this script bears her handwriting on the cast sheet inside the script, suggesting that this may in fact have been her personal copy. The script has a number of important distinctions from the final storyline as filmed, including the name change of “Capt. James Winter” to “Capt. Christopher Pike” (listed prominently on a separate first page, inside the cover), as well as the actual title of the pilot, which at this time was “The Menagerie” and would later be changed to “The Cage”. The script is additionally signed on the title page by Majel Barrett and Leonard Nimoy. A rare and highly desirable original script from the inception of the series.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #593

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $900
Rubber stunt knife from the Star Trek episode “Mirror, Mirror” and a set of Commodore Matt Decker’s uniform ranking braids from the episode “The Doomsday Machine”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Silverpainted rubber blade with missing handle, measuring approx. 7 inches long, used in the Star Trek episode, “Mirror, Mirror”. Accompanied by a pair of gold ranking braids from Commodore Matt Decker’s uniform from the episode, “The Doomsday Machine”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #594

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: unknown
DeForest Kelley “Bones” prototype Starfleet uniform tunic made for Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) Gray tunic with gold rank patches on the shoulders and silver Starfleet badge at the overlap. Made for the film, but ultimately not seen onscreen. An identical tunic is worn by Sulu in the film. Inside Western Costume label typed “Kelly DeForest”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #595

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $10000 - $12000
PRICE: unknown
Mark Lennard Klingon costume and display from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) Black and gray Klingon captain’s uniform tunic with original belt, gloves and gauntlets, worn by Mark Lennard in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Also includes original Klingon pants and boots, but these were not worn by Lennard. This costume is the first re-designed Klingon costume made for the film, and subsequently used in all later Star Trek films and TV series. Mounted on a life-size display featuring an original rubber stunt head with original glass eyes, and a replica Klingon blaster. The display stands approx. 77 inches tall.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #596

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1600
Nichelle Nichols Starfleet duty uniform tunic worn as “Uhura” in Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) Crème colored short-sleeve tunic with buckle and Starfleet emblem on the left chest, worn by Nichelle Nichols as “Lt. Cmdr. Uhura” in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #597

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $4500
Grab bag of props and set pieces from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek II & II
(Paramount, 1982-94) Miscellaneous props and set pieces, including a torture device used by Data on Geordi in the TNG 7th season premiere episode, “Descent, Part II”; a circuit pad from Star Trek II & TNG; a Vulcan lamp from Star Trek III; isolinear chips; a miniature fracture of a destroyed starship from the TNG 4th season premiere episode, “The Best of Both Worlds, Part II”; an extra set of Data’s teeth; Starfleet comm badge; Dr. Crusher’s computer from her quarters in TNG; and more.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #598

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $4000
Walter Koenig “Chekhov” uniform jacket from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
(Paramount, 1986) Brown leather zipper jacket worn by Walter Koenig as “Cmdr Pavel Chekhov” in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Internal Western Costume label typed, “Walter Koenig”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #599

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $2000
Klingon warden’s scepter and handcuff used on Kirk and McCoy in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
(Paramount, 1991) Prop warden’s scepter constructed of brown-painted resin and plastic, with blonde faux fur applied to the top portion. Measures approx. 30 inches tall. Accompanied by a prop handcuff, which is constructed of brown-painted resin, hinged at one side to open, with magnetic closure at other end. Used by the Klingons to arrest and detain Kirk and McCoy prior to their trial; since the handcuffs in this scene are identical, this particular pair was used for either Kirk or McCoy in the film. Approx. 10 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #600

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1200
Assassin gravity boots from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
(Paramount, 1991) Grey and silver painted resin and rubber gravity boots worn by the assassin in framing Kirk and McCoy for murder in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #601

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $5000
Three large backlit panels from the Enterprise bridge used in Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Three original large backlit Plexiglas panels, including the Con and Ops panels from Geordi and Data’s stations on the bridge, both measuring 16 in. x 39 in.; and a large Federation panel measuring 25 in. x 43 in. From Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #602

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: $1300
Jonathan Frakes duty uniform worn as “Cmdr Will Riker” from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Original Starfleet duty uniform tunic with studio distress, most likely used for an action sequence or for a fire- or phaser-inflicted wound. Worn by Jonathan Frakes as “Commander Will Riker” in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Internal costume label handwritten in bold black ink, “Jonathan B17”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #603

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1000
Michael Dorn Starfleet dress uniform tunic worn as “Worf” in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1987-99) Original Starfleet dress uniform tunic, worn by Michael Dorn as “Worf ” in Star Trek TNG. This tunic can also be seen in the DS9 season four episode, “Rules of Engagement,” where Worf faces a hearing to determine whether he should be extradited to the Klingon Empire for destroying a civilian ship. Internal Star Trek TNG costume label handwritten, “M. Dorn”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #604

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $800
A female Starfleet cadet uniform and future female duty uniform from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Two original Starfleet uniforms from Star Trek: The Next Generation. One being a black & gold female cadet’s uniform jumpsuit, and the other a future female black & maroon duty uniform.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #605

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: unknown
Paul Winfield costume worn as “Captain Dathon” in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Darmok”
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) This costume consists of green pleather pants, tunic and a gray and pink vest with Velcro attachments. Worn by Paul Winfield as the Tamarian captain “Dathon” in the season five episode, “Darmok”. Each garment has an internal costume label handwritten in bold black ink, “Paul Winfield”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #606

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $1400
Working wall-mount set piece from Star Trek: The Next Generation and later Star Trek series
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Molded resin painted copper with acrylic attachments. Fully functional switch at the top left illuminates a blinking green light at the center, as well as lights behind the grill at the bottom. Measures approx. 9 in. x 10 in., and about 4 inches deep.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #607

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $600
Cobra head stunt phaser rifle from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) This type II Federation stunt phaser rifle is constructed of hard rubber painted grey and black, with a green (immovable) sight and graphic decal on top. From Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Measures approx. 25 ½ inches long.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #608

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: unknown
Bajoran Poluka spider from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) Alien spider constructed from a plastic battery-operated toy spider, with added latex features, extra eyes, glued-on fur and spikes. Created by Star Trek makeup artist Michael Westmore, as explained and illustrated in The Art of Star Trek (page 119).

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #609

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1700
Jem’Hadar phaser rifle from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) This is an alien prop rifle that was used by multiple aliens before it was modified and adopted as the rifle of choice for the Jem’Hadar. Constructed of highly detailed black and silver-painted molded resin with a shoulder strap and additional color detailing on the body. Measures approx. 23 inches long.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #610

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: $1000
Static PADD from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1987-99) Turquoise and grey painted resin PADD with decal graphics printed “PHASE INHIBITOR CALIBRATION”. Measures 4 ½ in. x 6 ½ in. Used in both Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #611

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1900
Collection of head & facial make-up appliances from various Star Trek films and series
(Paramount, 1984-2001) Collection of ten head & facial make-up appliances from various Star Trek films and series. Includes two Klingon headpieces; space mummy face & hair appliances from Voyager; Rene Auberjonois “Odo” face from DS9; raw unfinished Ferengi head from DS9; complete Ferengi head from DS9; Kazon appliance from Voyager; full alien ambassador head from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home; Borg head with exposed working brain from Voyager; and a 5th dimension alien mask from TNG. A wonderful collection representing some of the most memorable alien species from Star Trek.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #612

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $400
Quark’s bar spice shaker and coin from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) Acrylic vial with silver-painted resin top, filled with small rocks that have been dyed yellow. Used as a spice shaker in Quark’s bar on Deep Space Nine (also used as a medicine vial in Dr. Bashir’s office). Accompanied by a 2 in. x 1 ½ in. triangular green Lucite with a resin center embossed with Quark’s image, which is used as a coin from Quark’s bar.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #613

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1200
Collection of props from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) Collection of miscellaneous props used in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Includes a Tribble used in the episode, “Trials and Tribble-ations,” a piece of the destroyed starship from the DS9 pilot episode, “The Emissary,” a prototype tricorder made for Star Trek: Phase 2, and much more.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #614

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $1500
Michael Dorn Starfleet duty uniform worn as “Worf” from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) Original black & maroon Starfleet duty uniform jumpsuit, worn by Michael Dorn as “Worf ” in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Handwritten “Michael Dorn” on inside DS9 costume label.