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    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Matte Painting of Cardassia Prime from Episodes "Inferno's Light" and "What You Leave Behind" (Paramount TV, 1993-1999). Matte painting accomplished in mixed media on 96" x 47.25". Masonite in pine frame, with production-made holes for backlighting. Painted by Robert Stromberg.

    The architecture of the city is influenced by snake and fang iconography, suggesting possible serpent-like origins of its inhabitants. This painting was filmed with a foreground miniature and did incorporate actors on a balcony in some scenes. It was featured in episodes "Inferno's Light" (1997) and "What You Leave Behind" (1993), the final episode of DS9.

    In Very Good Plus condition exhibiting expected production wear, minor scuffing, possible corner bumping and soiling. This lot requires third party shipping from Los Angeles, CA. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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