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Profiles in History sale #27, lot #615

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $800
Pair of Starfleet duty uniforms from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) Two Starfleet duty uniforms: one consists of just a black & gray outer tunic and gold under tunic; the other a black & gold jumpsuit, with gray under tunic.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #616

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: unknown
Garrett Wang Starfleet duty uniform worn as “Harry Kim” from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Original black & gold Starfleet duty uniform jumpsuit with gray under tunic, worn by Garrett Wang as ensign “Harry Kim” in Star Trek: Voyager. Both garments have internal Voyager costume labels handwritten “Garrett Wang”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #617

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $1900
Pair of Starfleet duty uniforms from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Two original Starfleet duty uniforms from Star Trek: Voyager. One is a black & gray uniform jumpsuit with gold under tunic, and has handwritten “Martin Ko” on both garments’ inside Voyager costume labels. The other is a black & gray uniform jumpsuit with green under tunic, and has handwritten “James Lozano” on both garments’ inside Voyager costume labels.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #618

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1100
Stunt twenty-ninth century phaser used in Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1994-2001) Silver-painted molded resin with black rubber barrel, used in the third season episode “Future’s End,” parts I and II. Measures approx. 8 ½ inches long.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #619

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $2750
Working Pendari scanning device used by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Tsunkatse”
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Gold and silver painted resin with a release switch at the center that opens the device and illuminates the center screen. Used by The Champion, played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the episode, “Tsunkatse”.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #620

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $350
Futuristic golf putter used by “The Doctor” from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Machined metal putter with a plastic grip, used by the holographic “Doctor” in Star Trek: Voyager. Measures 35 inches in length.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #621

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: $5000
Collection of props from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995- 2001) Collection of miscellaneous props used in Star Trek: Voyager, including a rubber stunt Kazon rifle with shoulder strap and various working tools. Fourteen terrific pieces total.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #622

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $600
Three wall panels from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) A bridge access panel and two other wall panel set pieces constructed of painted wood, acrylic, resin and decal graphics, used on Star Trek: Voyager.

Profiles in History sale #27, lot #623

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 27 ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE: unknown
Trio of props including stunt baby “Naomi Wildman”, flashlight and presentation box from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Naomi Wildman is the first baby born on the U.S.S. Voyager after it was swept into the Delta Quadrant. The prop baby, altered with makeup to appear half-human, half-Ktarian, was used in the episode, “Once Upon a Time”. Accompanied by a flashlight, painted brown, with additional attachments and a functional trigger, and a presentation box, painted silver with a blue and red splash-paint pattern.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #507

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $200
Star Trek: The Motion Picture one-sheet poster signed by Gene Roddenberry and Robert Wise
(Paramount, 1979) Advance one-sheet poster, 27 x 41 in., signed by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry and director Robert Wise. Small tears at the lower left and at the bottom right. Also slight splitting at the fold on the left center. Otherwise, in very good condition.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #517

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $75
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier advance one-sheet poster signed by William Shatner
(Paramount, 1989) Signed boldly by Shatner. Condition: A.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #813

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $500
Pair of scripts for Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Star Trek II: The Search for Spock
(Paramount, 1979 & 1984, resp.) A pair of original production scripts from the first and third of the Star Trek series of motion pictures. The first of the big screen movie adventures written by sci-fi mastermind and TV series producer Gene Roddenberry, and is the Shooting Final, containing 140pp and dated July 19, 1978. Star Trek III was written by Harve Bennett and is also the Final script containing 122pp dated July 28, 1983.

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Seen In/Used For::The Motion Picture | Seen In/Used For::The Search for Spock | Type::Script

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #814

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $1200
Preliminary pilot episode script for Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Preliminary Pilot Script entitled “Voyage One The Menagerie” dated November 20, 1964. Of particular note, “Capt. James Winter” is listed as the captain; his character was later changed to “Capt. Christopher Pike”. Missing the cover, and the title page is detached.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #815

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1900
Original F-104 Starfighter desk model from the Star Trek original series episode, “Tomorrow is Yesterday”
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Desk model featuring three F-104 Starfighters flying in formation, mounted to a wooden display base with un-engraved brass plaque. Seen prominently in the episode “Tomorrow is Yesterday”, in which a stranded fighter pilot is accidentally beamed aboard the Enterprise. Measures 19 in. tall. The piece has a small hole drilled in the center, made so that the crew could bolt the piece to the desk prior to filming. This piece comes direct from the estate of Star Trek art director Matt Jefferies.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #816

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $20000 - $25000
PRICE: $35000 ($40250 with premium)
Original Klingon Disruptor from Star Trek
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Original prop Klingon disruptor with grey-painted wood frame and turned aluminum barrel, sight and frame accents, made for use in the few episodes featuring the Klingons. The disruptor also has a belt clip on the left side of the frame, for attachment to the Klingon’s uniforms. Measures 13 in. long. This piece comes direct from the collection of Star Trek art director Matt Jefferies, who designed the disruptor to resemble a pirate’s “blunderbuss”, as he thought the Klingons to be pirate-like! From June 1993 through March 1994, this disruptor was on loan to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum and exhibited in New York at the American Museum of Natural History / Hayden Planetarium as part of the continuing exhibition curated by the Smithsonian. Comes with a letter of provenance from Mrs. Matt Jefferies, as well as a letter to Mrs. Jefferies from the Smithsonian regarding the disruptor’s inclusion as a museum exhibit piece. A rare opportunity for collectors to acquire an important piece of Star Trek history.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #818

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $475
Gene Roddenberry signed photograph to Leonard Nimoy’s long-time assistant, Teresa Victor
Measuring 11 in. x 14 in. overall (image measures 8 in. x 9 ¾ in.), this rare photograph, taken on the set of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, shows Leonard Nimoy in character as “Spock” smiling (!) standing beside his long-time assistant, Teresa Victor. Gene Roddenberry has inscribed in ink on the matting, “Welcome back, Teresa! Happy Holidays 1978 Gene Roddenberry”. Teresa had broken her heel while tripping over a cable on the set! Comes from the estate of Teresa Victor.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #819

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $700
Leonard Nimoy signed photograph to DeForest “Dee” Kelly with DeForest Kelly handwritten note to Nimoy
The photograph, a publicity photograph of Nimoy in character as “Spock” from Star Trek: The Motion Picture, is inscribed in ink, “To Dee Best Wishes, Leonard Nimoy”. Dee requested the signed photo from Leonard, but never picked it up. The note penned by Deforest Kelly is written in pencil on From the desk of…LEONARD NIMOY letterhead stationery and reads, “Hi – Just came by to say hello. Thanks for sending to mail. Hope all is well with you. Love, Deforest”. Comes from the estate of Teresa Victor, Leonard Nimoy’s assistant for 30+ years.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #821

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2500
PRICE: $1800
Visual effects background painting from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) 38 in. x 80 in. acrylic painting of the earth’s hemisphere as seen from space, painted by Academy Award-nominated visual effects artist Matt Yuricich. This background painting was also used in Buckaroo Banzai. Comes with a letter of authenticity from Paul Curley, a technician in the miniature set painting department for the film.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #822

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE: $8500
Complete William Shatner screen-worn duty uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
(Paramount, 1979) Complete grey-colored Starfleet duty uniform, including tunic and trousers with integral boots. Attached Starfleet insignia on the left breast of the tunic, along with “belly warmer”. Ranking chevrons have been removed. Interior Western Costume label on the trousers is typewritten “William Shatner”.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #823

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $4750
DeForest Kelley screen-worn duty uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
(Paramount, 1979 and 1982) Complete crème-colored Starfleet duty uniform, consisting of tunic, trousers and white leather boots. Suspenders were removed for the second film. The trousers are marked “DeForest Kelley” on the interior Western Costume label. This costume is most clearly seen in the second film during the sequence where Scotty’s nephew is dying.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #824

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE: $3750
Grace Lee Whitney Starfleet duty uniform jacket from Star Trek II: The Search for Spock and her Starfleet trousers from Voyager
(Paramount, 1984) Red Starfleet duty uniform jacket with front snap-on closure. Comes with metal Starfleet insignia badge, ranking pins on the left sleeve, and leather belt. Worn by Grace Lee Whitney as “Janice Rand” in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Interior Paramount label handwritten, “Grace Lee Whitney.” Accompanied by a pair of black Starfleet duty uniform pants, worn by Whitney in Star Trek: Voyager. Internal Voyager label handwritten, “Grace Lee Whitney.”

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #825

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2500
PRICE: $1500
Capt. Picard’s chairback tapestry from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-84) This handmade burlap tapestry with beaded motif was hung on the back of Capt. Picard’s chair in his quarters, and is visible in other scenes in his Ready Room off of the bridge. Featured in all seven seasons of TNG, as well as the TNG feature films. This is the only such tapestry in existence.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #826

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $2750
Collection of backlit panels from the Star Trek films
(Paramount-TV, 1979-2002) Collection of 14 backlit Plexiglas panels for a multitude of control stations and command posts, including a panel from the transporter room and possibly an engine room panel that shows a graphic of the Enterprise. These panels are from various Star Trek films. Assorted sizes, with the largest measuring 9 ½ in. x 11 ½ in., and the smallest 2 ½ in. x 2 ½ in. One of the panels measuring 18 ½ in. x 4 in. is broken in half.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #827

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $1300
Collection of backlit panels from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Includes four assorted backlit Plexiglas panels, one of which is a Klingon panel, and a static panel with blue and white painted indicators. Various sizes, with the largest measuring 19 in. x 8 ½ in. and the smallest 8 ½ in. x 5 in.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #828

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $300
Patrick Stewart “Capt. Picard” polyfoam lifemask test bust for Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Polyfoam lifemask bust of the intrepid Capt. Picard, coated with a lacquer or resin and used as a test bust, most likely for makeup appliances and possibly for his incarnation as a Borg. Blue color suggests production use for Nemesis.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #829

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $5000
Marina Sirtis’ Starfleet duty uniform and boots worn as “Counselor Deanna Troi” in the sixth and seventh seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-94) Black and blue/green duty uniform with two internal “Star Trek TNG” costume labels, each of which are handwritten “Marina #4”, together with her custom-made black suede ankle boots with side zipper closure and 3 ½ in. heels. This costume was also worn in the TNG film Star Trek: Generations. Comes with the original comm badge, as well as the collar ranking insignia as worn in the film. Accompanied with a signed letter of authenticity from Ms. Sirtis. From Marina Sirtis’ personal collection.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #830

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $475
Bajoran temple icon from the finale episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(Paramount TV, 1993-99) Distinctive wooden temple symbol painted rustic brown to resemble weathered bronze. This set piece was used in the final episode of the series, “What You Leave Behind”, seen in Kai Winn’s office and in the temple corridor. Measures 29 in. tall x 16 in. wide.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #831

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $4000
Marina Sirtis’ Starfleet duty uniform worn as “Counselor Deanna Troi” in the third and later seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount TV, 1987-94) “Counselor Deanna Troi’s” instantly-identifiable signature duty uniform in a subdued, mauve-toned spandex fabric with lavender scoop-neck knitted collar. The internal “Star Trek TNG” costume label handwritten “Marina #1”. Comes with an original comm badge, and a signed letter of authenticity from Ms. Sirtis. From Marina Sirtis’ personal collection.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #832

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: $3000
Marina Sirtis’ Starfleet duty uniform worn as “Counselor Deanna Troi” in Star Trek: Nemesis
(Paramount, 2002) Black and grey duty uniform with forest green chevron at the cuffs. Back inside collar features two labels, one from exclusive studio tailor Muto Little, and a costume label handwritten “Marina Sirtis – 11 - 01 – ‘Troi’”. Comes with an original comm badge, and a signed letter of authenticity from Ms. Sirtis. From Marina Sirtis’ personal collection.

Profiles in History sale #28, lot #833

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 28 ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $6000
Collection of backlit panels from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Collection of 10 backlit Plexiglas panels for various control stations and command posts on the starship Voyager. Assorted sizes and shapes, tthe largest measuring 18 in. x 12 in. and the smallest 10 in. x 7 in.