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Profiles in History sale #31, lot #912

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 260218394635
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1300 ($1560 with premium)
Handheld cobra head phaser from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Silver and black painted resin static phaser with beige-painted top mounted trigger button from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #913

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187776
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $5000
PRICE: unknown
TR-580 Mark VII Non-Functioning Tricorder from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) TR-580 Mark VII Non-Functioning Tricorder. This is a regular tricorder (non-medical), a style of which was used in various Star Trek series. This style of tricorder was used in the Next Generation series for seasons 3-7, the first three seasons of Deep Space 9 and the first season of Voyager (Earth years 2366-2371). This version was replaced by the TR 590 Mark X beginning with Voyager Season 2/Deep Space 9 Season 4. TR-580s were used in the series for a variety of tasks, including recording time trials and playing holographic messages. The non-functional tricorder is the same style / model as the light-up versions shown in the episode stills. Made of silvery grey vac-formed plastic with small printed labels to look like button and displays, measures 6 ½ x 3 in.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #914

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 330218031196
ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE: unknown
Patrick Stewart “Jean Luc Picard” De-Assimilation Neural Link Control Box from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) This neural link control box was used in the season four episode “Best of Both Worlds, Part II”. Two of these boxes can be seen being used to make a neural connection between Data and Captain Picard after he has been assimilated by the Borg. This custom made illuminating prop is made from resin and plastic with two metal connectors on top where the links were attached. Two red lights on the top and four green lights on the side flash on and off when activated by a small button on the front.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #915

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187777
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE: unknown
Borg stunt arm from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Molded foam rubber latex painted charcoal grey and copper, and used as a stunt Borg arm on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Measures 23 in. long.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #916

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 260218394640
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE: unknown
“Q” Starfleet duty uniform from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1994-2001) Black and maroon Starfleet duty uniform with grey undertunic and detachable shoulder pads, worn by John de Lancie in his role as “Q.” Both garments include internal Voyager labels marked “John de Lancie”. Also included are original costumer’s tags marked “Show #265 ‘Q2’” indicating the costume was used in the final season episode, “Q2”.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #917

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 260218394643
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE: $2500 ($3000 with premium)
John de Lancie “Q” bodysuit from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Taupe jumpsuit with grey-greenish tunic worn by John de Lancie as “Q” in the TNG episode, “Deja Q,” when Q was stripped of his powers and made human. Internal labels on both garments are marked “John de Lancie”. Also includes the original costumer’s tag marked “Show #161 Deja Q”.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #918

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187781
ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE: $1200 ($1440 with premium)
“Q” (John De Lancie) Monk costume from Star Trek: The Next Generation
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) This costume can be seen being worn by “Q” in the first season episode entitled “Hide and Q”, where we see “Q” dressed in various ridiculous costumes. The costume consists of a brown woolen long robe, a wrap around sleeveless jacket and hood and rope belt. No size is indicated. An accompanying costumer’s label includes details of the show, character, and scenes. Originally acquired from the Christie’s Star Trek sale.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #919

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187783
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE: $800 ($960 with premium)
Illuminating alien tool from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Voyager.
(Paramount-TV, 1987-1994) The prop was used in the season six episode entitled The Quality of Life, as a tool for the Exocomps. It was later used in the first season of Voyager in an episode entitled Prime Factors, to control an alien harp. The prop was made from part of a Romulan rifle and consists of a main resin body with a metal end and plastic nodules at the top. The nodules house red and blue lights, which illuminate when a button on the side is pressed. Measures 26 in. long.

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Profiles in History sale #31, lot #920

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 330218031206
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE: unknown
Working Trill computer from the Star Trek DS9 episode "Rejoined".
(Paramount-TV, 1993-99) Trill “laptop” computer made of resin painted copper with attached decals. There are various LED lights wired for illumination (battery has gone out). Used in the production of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Rejoined". Measures 19 in. x 13 in. There is a crack along the hinge on the right side that does not affect the structure of the prop. Otherwise, still in very good condition.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #921

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187785
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE: unknown
Lt. Tom Paris Starfleet duty uniform from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1994-2001) Black and maroon Starfleet duty jumpsuit uniform with grey undertunic and ranking pins and Velcro-attached comm badge. Worn by Robert McNeill as “Lt. Tom Paris” on Star Trek: Voyager. Both tunic and jumpsuit include internal Voyager labels marked “Robert McNeill”.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #922

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 260218394647
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE: $2500 ($3000 with premium)
Seven of Nine undergarment from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1994-2001) Light brown colored bustier undergarment with knit cups, worn by Jeri Ryan as “Seven of Nine” on Star Trek: Voyager.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #923

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 260218394649
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE: $2500 ($3000 with premium)
Robert Picardo “Doctor” duty uniform from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1994-2001) Black and green Starfleet duty jumpsuit uniform worn by the holographic Doctor played by Robert Picardo on Star Trek: Voyager. The costume also includes an original Velcro-attached Comm badge. Internal Voyager label marked “Robert Picardo #2.”

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #924

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187788
ESTIMATE: $4500 - $5500
PRICE: unknown
“Doctor Chaotica” costume from Star Trek: Voyager
(Paramount-TV, 1994-2001) Played by Martin Rayner on three episodes of Voyager (“Night,” “Bride of Chaotica!” and “Shattered”), Doctor Chaotica is a villain in Tom Paris’ holodeck program “The Adventures of Captain Proton.” This signature costume consists of a black and copper-colored pattern robe with matching skull cap and a pair of grey vinyl pants. Each garment has a Voyager label marked “Martin Rayner.”

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #925

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187789
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: $2500 ($3000 with premium)
Enterprise NCC-1701-D isolinear chips and holder used in Star Trek: Generations
(Paramount, 1994) Four-inch chip holder, inscribed “USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D” on the front, and eight isolinear chips (two 4 in. x 4 in. and six 7 in. x 4 in.) used in Star Trek: Generations.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #926

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187791
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $4000 ($4800 with premium)
Working phaser rifle used on-screen by Captain Picard in Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Constructed of black and grey-painted resin with retractable strap and working sight that is wired for illumination. Used on-screen by Patrick Stewart in his role as “Captain Jean-Luc Picard” in Star Trek: First Contact. Measures 33 inches long and comes with a Letter of Authenticity by Set Decorator John Dwyer.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #927

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187792
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE: $1500 ($1800 with premium)
Static Starfleet P.A.D.D. from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Grey-painted molded resin P.A.D.D. with decal detailing and “United Federation of Planets Starfleet Command” insignia. Measures 4 in. x 7 in. Used in Star Trek: First Contact.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #928

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 330218031208
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: unknown
Borg chest plate from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Partial Borg chest plate appliance with rear straps. Constructed of molded foam rubber painted black with gold, silver and copper color detailing. Used in the production of Star Trek: First Contact. Measures approx. 20 inches across.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #929

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 260218394657
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: $2500 ($3000 with premium)
Enterprise 1701E isolinear chips and holder used in Star Trek: First Contact, Insurrection and Nemesis
(Paramount, 1996, 1998, 2002) Three-inch chip holder with nine isolinear chips (seven 4 in. x 4 in. and two 6 in. x 4 in.). Holder and chips are marked “U.S.S. Enterprise 1701E.” Used in Star Trek: First Contact, Insurrection and Nemesis.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #930

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187798
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $950 ($1140 with premium)
Working Klingon P.A.D.D. from Star Trek: First Contact
(Paramount, 1996) Illuminating Klingon P.A.D.D. with sliding cover. Measures 4 ½ in. x 2 in. Used in Star Trek: First Contact.

Profiles in History sale #31, lot #931

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187800
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $5500 ($6600 with premium)
Commissioning plaque from Star Trek: Insurrection
(Paramount, 1998) Synthetic plaque, measuring 14 in. x 10 in., with embossed letters made to resemble bronze, heralding the commission of the U.S.S. Enterprise as NCC-1701-E on Stardate 49027.5. Mounted to a slightly larger section of smoked-tinted Lexan.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #718

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748481
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $700
Lt. Sulu original production cel from Star Trek: The Animated Adventures.
(NBC-TV, 1973-75) Set of two original animation cels which together make up the final image of Lt. Sulu, along with an original production background. The cels measure 11 in. x 14 in, with production numbers at the upper and lower margins (cels) and upper right background. Here Sulu is seen running through dense jungle foliage.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #719

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748484
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: $3750
Original promotional photograph album from second pilot episode of Star Trek: The Original Series with Gene Roddenberry editing annotations.
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Vintage production photo album of contact proof sheets for the second pilot episode of the television series Star Trek: The Original Series, titled, “Where No Man Has Gone Before.” 42 pages with a total of 313 photographs in two sizes; 227 measuring 2 ½ in. x 2 ¼ in., and 86 measuring 5 in. x 4 in. These proof sheets are the original promotional photographs for the series and picture each crewmember in a variety of poses. The mylar overlays are notated in colored grease pencil with cropping directions and approval markings. Additionally, 24 are signed, “G.R.” in initials by Gene Roddenberry.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #720

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 230267024056
ESTIMATE: $12000 - $15000
PRICE: $12000
Star Trek: The Original Series nearly complete collection of 74 Scripts from the original 1960s series.
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) Star Trek: The Original Series nearly complete collection of 74 scripts from the original 1960s series. Included is the extremely rare script from the first pilot, “The Cage” (working title: “The Menagerie”) with pictographic image of a planet with stars on the cover with early title font. Included with the scripts are 48 vintage story outlines and three “Script Status Reports”. The five missing scripts from the 79 original episodes are: “The Man Trap”, “Charlie X”, “The Naked Time”, “Tomorrow is Yesterday” and “City on the Edge of Forever”. This fantastic grouping of scripts were discarded from the former Desilu production offices in the mid-1970s. An excellent opportunity to acquire a near-complete set of scripts from the milestone science fiction series.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #721

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 230267024060
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $850
Collection of original memos from Bob Justman to Gene Rodenberry from Star Trek: The Original Series and Gene Roddenberry’s Explorers Club certificate.
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) A remarkable collection of 17 original carbon-copy memos from associate producer, Bob Justman, to executive producer, Gene Roddenberry, and writer, Gene Coon. 42 pages total, varying from 1 to 6 pages in length. The memos span November 1, 1966 through September 5, 1967 and include the episodes: “Space Seed”, “The Devil in the Dark”, “Operation – Destroy”, “Errand of Mercy”, “The Planet Eater” (a.k.a. “The Doomsday Machine”, “Catspaw”, “Amok Time”, “The Apple”, “Wolf in the Pond”, “I, Mudd”, “Who Mourns for Adonais”, “The Changeling” (two memos), “Journey to Babel”, “Whom Gods Destroy” (a.k.a. “Operation Annihilate!”), “Bread & Circuses”, and “Joanna.” (a.k.a. “The Way to Eden.”

Accompanying the lot is Gene Roddenberry’s honorary certificate of membership in The Explorers Club presented to him on March 12, 1968.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #722

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748494
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: $8500
Star Trek III: The Search For Spock Phaser used by William Shatner.
(Paramount, 1984) Highly detailed resin Type II Phaser, painted silver with blue stripes and black integral Type I Phaser on the top. Used by William Shatner in the climactic final scenes of the film, when he blasts the Klingon guarding Saavick and the young Spock on the planet’s surface. Comes with a Planet Hollywood certificate of authenticity stating that this Phaser is originally from the collection of Academy Award-nominated visual effects specialist Greg Jein.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #723

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748496
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: $475
Pair of Vulcan ears worn by Robin Curtis as Lt. Saavik in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.
(Paramount, 1984) Two latex ear appendages worn by Robin Curtis as Lt. Saavik in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Includes original ziplock bag.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #724

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 230267024072
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: $6500
Walter Koenig “Chekov” Hero Photon Collector hero prop from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
(Paramount, 1986) Screen-used hero Photon Collector used by Walter Koenig as “Chekov” in the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. It is constructed of resin and features a switch on the back that illuminates two front panels as well as a bank of red sequential lights. This photon collector is visible in the scene where Chekov sneaks aboard the nuclear naval vessel, USS Enterprise, to collect photons from the reactor. The photons are required to repair the dilithium crystals which will enable the Enterprise and its crew to return to the 23rd century with the humpback whales. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Richard Coyle, prop maker for the film, confirming this is the screen-used photon collector. An important and instantly recognizable prop from this film.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #725

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748502
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE: unknown
Star Trek: The Next Generation collection of 115 Scripts.
(CBS-TV, 1987-94) A collection of 115 final draft scripts from Star Trek: The Next Generation. Included are scripts from each of the seven seasons, representing a nearly complete run of scripts for the first five seasons. Each script is approx. 60 pp and include the original studio covers. There is some minor moisture exposure to a few of the covers and preliminary pages, otherwise in very good collection.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #726

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 260257431753
ESTIMATE: $8000 - $10000
PRICE: $13000
Star Trek: The Next Generation Captain Picard's desktop computer.
(Paramount-TV, 1987) Hero working prop used in all seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as the seventh Star Trek film, Generations. The surface and lighted graphics were refurbished at various points during the course of the series and the computer remains in its final configuration for Star Trek: Generations. The computer is marked "#1" on the bottom denoting its use as the primary hero computer. This particular computer made appearances in each of Picard's, Data's and Riker's quarters, Crusher's office and most notably in Captain Picard's Ready Room. Powered by AA batteries, depressing the main white switch engages the internal illumination for the screen. One of only two surviving illuminating Starfleet desktop computers from ST: TNG. An extremely rare and desirable prop.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #727

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 230267024089
ESTIMATE: $5000 - $7000
PRICE: unknown
Geordi’s VISOR from Star Trek VII: Generations.
(Paramount, 1994) Prop VISOR worn by Lt. Geordi La Forge, a device that allows the birth-blind La Forge to “see” throughout the electromagnetic spectrum. Constructed of rubber that is painted silver. Inside edge exhibits traces of facial makeup. Three small pieces of double-sided tape to affix to Burton’s temple, and measures approx. 6 in. in length. Includes original hinged plastic storage case.