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    Star Trek: The Next Generation Screen Used Ralph McQuarrie U.S.S. Enterprise Study Model (1976). Originally made in 1976 by or under the supervision of Star Wars illustrator Ralph McQuarrie and production designer Ken Adam for the proposed 1976 movie, Star Trek: Planet of the Titans. This piece was ultimately filmed as a background visual effects model in the "graveyard scene" in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" and featured on page 56 of The Art of Star Trek. This version was used as the basis for the USS Discovery in the new CBS Star Trek series of the same name.

    Provenance: Originally from the collection of Doug Drexler.

    A unique piece of nearly-forgotten Star Trek history, made from wood and plastic, painted white, with hand-applied tape and ink details. There is some evidence of repair where the nacelle pylons meet the secondary hull. Measures 15" long and 8" wide. Very Good condition.

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    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
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