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    Leonard Nimoy "Mr. Spock" signature Vulcan ear tip appliances from Star Trek: The Original Series. (Paramount TV, 1966-1969) Mr. Spock is one of the most famous and beloved aliens in all of pop culture, and his pointed ears are his most distinguishing characteristic. This is a pair of vintage foam latex prosthetic ear tips worn by Leonard Nimoy in his signature role as Spock from Planet Vulcan. Constructed of hand painted cast silicone, each measuring approx. 2 x 2.5 in., mounted to 24.75 x 17.75 in. foam core presentation board. Exhibiting residual makeup and slight deterioration at blending edges from use. Originally from the collection of Desilu make-up artist Fred Phillips. In vintage very good to fine condition.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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