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DescriptionStar Trek: Voyager Group of Screen Used Props from "Heroes and Demons" and "Macrocosm" (1995/96).
An excellent group of screen-used props, including: 1) a 46" (total length) broadsword with a steel blade, pommel, and cross-guard, and a leather-wrapped grip, signed by visual effects supervisor Dan Curry in black felt pen on the cross-guard, used on screen in the Beowulf-themed season one Voyager episode, "Heroes and Demons;" 2) a pair of latex foam tentacles sculpted by Dick Brownfield, used for blue screen shots in the season three episode "Macrocosm" showing the explosive demise of the dreaded macro viruses. Each tentacle measures approximately 21" x 5". All props in Very Good condition, showing some wear from use. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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