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    William Shatner "Captain James T. Kirk" Tunic from Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Paramount, 1979). Vintage original gray wraparound, collarless v-neck, long sleeve cotton twill tunic with thick black and crème twill rank shoulder bars embellished with gold bullion thread, inside tie and velcro front closure featuring the iconic Star Trek insignia pin cast in silver metal, interior lined in crème satin. Retaining internal Western Costume bias label typed, "William Shatner". Created for production, but does not appear in the final cut of the film, this tunic style matches one worn by "Scotty" (James Doohan) in at least one cast publicity photo. Exhibiting only minor age. In very good to fine condition. Comes with a COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2021
    4th-7th Thursday-Sunday
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