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    Steve Inhat "Garth of Izar" hero working remote from Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode: "Whom Gods Destroy". (NBC TV, 1966-1969) Vintage original Phaser-like hero prop device constructed of cast resin and expertly studio painted and finished in metal flake jade green, embellished with 3-triangular acrylic buttons and a large clear amber, light-emitting triangle embedded on the top. The central black button toggles to activate internal lights. A ribbon of gold foil tape bisects the body of the prop with a gold metal disc and textured metallic grill at the front. The bottom of the prop features a hook swatch of black velcro for attaching to a loop swatch, which would have been affixed to a costume. 2-small screws are embedded in the front and back of the bottom of the prop for opening access to internal mechanicals. Modeled after a Type-1 Phaser, in the Episode: "Whom Gods Destroy", the prop is used by "Garth" (Inhat) as a remote control, both to activate the force field retaining walls of cells, and to operate his "Pain Machine". In December 2001, Profiles in History sold the static, non-functioning version of this prop. This version is the hero, "working" version. Exhibiting age, production wear and some minor buckling to the foil tape. Provenance: Profiles in History, The Ultimate Sci-Fi Auction, April 26, 2003, Lot 151. Comes with a letter from Star Trek set decorator John Dwyer.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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