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DescriptionStar Trek: Enterprise Group of Creature Concept Drawings by Dan Curry (2003-2005). Includes: 1) a side view concept sketch, executed in pencil, of a Tholian alien creature, as seen in the fourth season "In a Mirror, Darkly" episode arc, signed by Curry and dated "2/22/05"; 2) a pencil sketch depicting an amphibious creature labeled "Xindi Aquatic Concept 2" and signed by Curry, dated "2003"; 3) a group of five pencil sketches - each dated 2003 and signed by Curry - showing various poses, stages, and details of the Xindi insectoid aliens from the show's third season; 4) a selection of four 8.5" x 11" photocopies of Tholian renderings with notes concerning the creature's features. Sketches measure between 8.5" x 11" and 9.5" x 12". Fine condition, with some handling wear. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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