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    Star Trek: First Contact "Enterprise-E" bridge engineering console also seen in Star Trek IX: Insurrection and Star Trek X: Nemesis. (Paramount, 1998) Original set piece measuring approx. 66 x 47 x 17 in. Base and pedestal portions are constructed of sheet metal painted metallic bronze; while the computer control panel unit at the top is made from wood with inset acrylic LCARS panels at either end and a large 47 in. partially transparent acrylic LCARS panel at center. The transparent regions of the top central panel were intended to allow visibility of images from internal computer monitors (not included) that would have been set beneath. This Engineering Console, typically manned by "Lt. Cmdr. Geordi La Forge" (LeVar Burton), sat to the right of the Captain's Chair.  An identical Tactical Console located to the left was manned by "Lt. Cmdr. Worf" (Michael Dorn).  Few large consoles from a "U.S.S. Enterprise Bridge" set ever come to auction. Exhibiting light production wear. Special shipping arrangements are required as this oversize set piece is located off-site in Las Vegas, NV.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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