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Profiles in History sale #32, lot #728

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Profiles In History Catalog Listing

SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748510
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $4000
Geordi La Forge uniform from Star Trek VII: Generations.
(Paramount, 1994) Geordi La Forge uniform consisting of a black jumpsuit with elastic waistband and zipper front, purple long sleeved uniform undershirt, jumpsuit and tunic both have Star Trek VII handwritten labels “Lavar Burton”, comm badge, three rank pips, and costumers tag written “Geordie, Lavar Burton, change number 3, Scenes #97-178DS9”, and a pair of black leather short boots.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #729

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748513
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $4000
Star Trek: The Next Generation U.S.S. Enterprise transporter control panel.
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) This is one of only two Transporter control panels made for the set of the Enterprise-D in Star Trek: The Next Generation. It's a smoked Plexiglas panel with graphics designed to be backlit. This particular panel was installed for Episode 100 “Legacy” which aired in October, 1990 and remained in use in the Transporter Room until the Enterprise-D sets were destroyed in the feature film, Star Trek VII: Generations. The panel is in excellent condition with no cracks or obvious scratches.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #730

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 230267024097
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: $5500
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 letter of authenticity by Marina Sirtis.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #731

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Profiles In History Catalog Listing

SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748520
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE: $6000
Jeri Ryan “Seven of Nine” dress from Star Trek: Voyager.
(Paramount-TV, 1995-2001) Star Trek: Voyager “Seven of Nine” dress seen in episode “Someone to Watch Over Me”. This was used in one of the very rare occasions when “Seven of Nine” wears a dress on the series. The main plot is about “The Doctor” and “Seven of Nine”, a hologram and an ex-Borg learning to deal with romance. The plot owes much to modern retellings of the Pygmalion myth. Comprises a mauve spandex long-sleeved dress complete with color matching pantyhose.

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #733

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748526
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE: $6000
Star Trek: Enterprise screen-used Klingon city “Kronos”.
(UPN, 2001-05) Klingon Homeworld Miniature. Built for "Broken Bow", the pilot episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, this model became the "Klingon Homeworld". It features a variety of movable buildings, and structures; this entire model was created as a miniature "Wild Set". The term "Wild Set" refers to a set that is built in mobile sections allowing for multiple camera angles to be exploited. Originally attached to wooden framework and sections of floor-length "rock" cliffs, the upper portions of the model were later trimmed from their large "cliff" bases to minimize the amount of space needed for storage, or display. The model can be displayed in a tabletop type configuration, or set-up to mimic its original floor-length configuration using the included flexible "rock" skirt (as pictured). Also included is the beautifully hand-painted, canvas background (pictured). Approximate model dimensions (set-up as pictured) 10' wide x 7' deep, X 6' tall (peak of main Temple).

Profiles in History sale #32, lot #734

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 32
EBAY LIVE#: 330248748530
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE: $1000
Star Trek: Enterprise Klingon city “Kronos” maquette.
(UPN-TV, 2001-05) Star Trek: Enterprise Klingon City “Kronos” maquette used as a blueprint for the larger screen-used model. Constructed of a styrofoam base with sculpted cityscape along the crest and painted brown to simulate rock. It measures 19 in. long x 16 in. wide x 8 in. high.

Profiles in History sale #33, lot #264

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 33
EBAY LIVE#: 330287953423
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE: unknown
Star Trek: The Original Series original shooting script with vintage signatures of the cast signed while on set.
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) The script, for the episode "The Last Gunfight" (a.k.a. "Spectre of the Gun"), belonged to Star Trek casting director Joe D'Agosta who gave the script to his relative who was visiting the Paramount lot in May, 1968 where she met the cast of Star Trek, Mission: Impossible and Mannix. Signed on the script cover in ink by the following cast members: "Who is Joe D'Agosta William Shatner"; "To a Fellow Massachusettson Peace! Leonard Nimoy"; "Best – DeForest Kelley"; "My best wishes Lois James Doohan"; "To Lois any cousin of Barbara's etc. –Nice meeting you Walter Koenig" and "Best wishes Lois – Sincerely – Bill Zuckert" (who played character "Johnny Behan" in the episode). This is the first script we have handled from Star Trek: The Original Series signed by the cast at the time of filming.

Profiles in History sale #33, lot #265

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 33
EBAY LIVE#: 330287953427
ESTIMATE: $10000 - $12000
PRICE: unknown
Original "Gorn" costume from Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Arena".
(NBC-TV, 1966-69) The gold embroidered tunic with zipper side closure features a matching neck sash and mauve leather gauntlets. In this memorable episode, Captain Kirk and the hulking reptilian humanoid from the Gorn species are transported to an uninhabited asteroid and are forced to fight to the death. Kirk has to use his intelligence, speed and agility to combat the seven foot tall creature with superhuman strength. Without doubt one of the most iconic aliens in the Star Trek universe.

Profiles in History sale #33, lot #266

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 33
EBAY LIVE#: 230308881772
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: unknown
Captain Kirk original production cel from Star Trek: The Animated Adventures.
(NBC-TV, 1973-75) Set of two animation cels which together make up the final image of Captain Kirk, 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 Captain Kirk is seen looking to his right in a futuristic setting.

Profiles in History sale #33, lot #267

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 33
EBAY LIVE#: 230308881779
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE: unknown
Scotty original production cel from Star Trek: The Animated Adventures.
(NBC-TV, 1973-75) Set of two animation cels which together make up the final image of Scotty, 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 Scotty is seen opening a primitive wooden cage.

Profiles in History sale #33, lot #285

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 33
EBAY LIVE#: 260318684522
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: unknown
Producer Harve Bennett's scripts for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.
(Paramount, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1989) Star Trek II production script, 117pp, "Revised Final Draft January 18, 1982" with Paramount Television Productions covers and multi-colored revision insert pages. Star Trek III: The Search for Spock written by Harve Bennett, 122pp, "Rev. Final Draft Oct. 7, 1983", with multi-colored revision insert pages. Star Trek IV production script, 117pp plus 7-page appendix, "Rev. Shooting Script March 11, 1986" with Paramount covers and multi-colored revision insert pages. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier production script 116pp, "Revised Final Nov. 21, 1988" with film logo covers and multi-colored revision insert pages. The script is in a 3-ring binder labeled "Trek V / HB Master" on the spine which contains pages of actor information, staff and crew lists, artists production information and shooting schedules.

Profiles in History sale #33, lot #418

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 33
EBAY LIVE#: 260318685033
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE: unknown
Original DVD cover artwork for Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
(Paramount, 1986) This wonderful production artwork was executed by artist Daniel Goozeé and accomplished in acrylic and airbrush on a leaf of artist illustration paper measuring 18 in. x 24 in. and mounted to a larger sheet of illustration board. This artwork of Kirk and Spock and the Klingon Bird of Prey flying beside the Golden Gate Bridge featured prominently on the motion picture DVD release. Signed by the artist at the lower right.

Profiles in History sale #33, lot #419

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 33
EBAY LIVE#: 260318685044
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE: unknown
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 in. long and comes with a Letter of Authenticity by Set Decorator John Dwyer.