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Hero Mk VII Science Tricorder from Star Trek: The Next Generation

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:800.00 USD Estimated At:800.00 - 1,200.00 USD
Hero Mk VII Science Tricorder from Star Trek: The Next Generation
Condition Reports: If you wish to obtain additional information on a particular lot, or cannot appear at the viewing, Profiles may provide, upon request, a condition report. We remind prospective buyers that descriptions of property are not warranted and that each lot is sold “as is” in accordance with the terms of the limited warranty. Condition reports, as other descriptions of property, are not warranted; they are only provided as a service to interested clients.
(Paramount-TV, 1987-94) Mk VII Science Tricorder based on a Rick Sternbach Mark VI design and built by Ed Miarecki. The Mark VII Tricorder is introduced at the beginning of the fourth season of TNG and is used throughout TNG, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. Wired for illumination, the electronics are present but untested and measures 6 ¾ in. when open. The Paley Center for Media is a permanent collection of over 45,000 television programs, 20,000 radio programs and 10,000 commercials, encompassing comedy, drama, news, game shows, children’s programs to political conventions. The shows include concerts, sporting events, science fiction, TV movies and miniseries. The following lots (Lots 1518-1531) and previous (Lots 1490-1504, 1513, 1514) were part of the exhibition, “Star Trek: The Tradition Continues,” with life-size custom-made mannequins, most adorned with make-up appliances painted and dressed by Paramount, modeling the original uniforms from the Star Trek series and are being sold to benefit television and film preservation.

Condition Reports: If you wish to obtain additional information on a particular lot, or cannot appear at the viewing, Profiles may provide, upon request, a condition report. We remind prospective buyers that descriptions of property are not warranted and that each lot is sold “as is” in accordance with the terms of the limited warranty. Condition reports, as other descriptions of property, are not warranted; they are only provided as a service to interested clients.