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    A Katherine Moffat Costume from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." CBS-Paramount Television, 1993-1999. Made of silver-colored satin and spandex, consisting of a v-necked fitted bodysuit with attached panels forming a long skirt, back zip-up closure; together with a pair of clear plastic slides from "Frederick's of Hollywood" (marked Size 8 but they fit like a 6 1/2) and a mannequin bust wearing a long blonde wig with with hand-applied make-up and foam latex (on the bridge of the nose) rendered by Paramount Studios make-up artists; worn by the actress as she portrayed "Vaatrik Pallra" in the episode titled 'Necessary Evil.' (Please note the jewelry seen in the catalogue photograph is not included with this lot.)

    This costume was part of an exhibit at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills titled "Star Trek: The Tradition Continues."

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    July, 2012
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