Hollywood Auction 37

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Profiles in History presents our Fall 2009 Hollywood memorabilia auction featuring over 1,100 lots of entertainment's most iconic props, costumes, posters, photography, scripts and original artwork. Spanning all genres of entertainment from vintage silent films to classic Academy Award winners, from horror and Sci-Fi to contemporary blockbusters and popular music, there is virtually something for every collector. Highlighting the auction will be a 17-foot tall full-scale Bumblebee robot from “Transformers,” Michael Jackson’s illuminating glove from the 1984 Victory Tour, and Amelia Earhart’s goggles worn during her history-making flight, to go along with a plethora of exciting offerings from Academy Award-winning special and visual effects creators, Stan Winston and Richard Edlund. The sheer volume of amazing Hollywood artifacts needs to be witnessed to be believed. Any description will fail to do it justice.

Just a tiny fraction of what’s on the block: an extremely rare "Dracula" one-sheet poster; Louise Brooks portrait from "Pandora's Box"; Walt Disney autographed sketch of Mickey Mouse; collection of 100+ puppets from George Pal's "Jasper" puppetoons films; the very first Apple Macintosh Plus computer given to Gene Roddenberry by Apple Computers; Michael Keaton hero Batman costume from "Batman Returns"; 85 lots from Academy Award-winning special effects creator Stan Winston that includes a screen-used T-800 complete costume from "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," T-Rex maquette from "Jurassic Park," set of ten storyboard art from Michael Jackson's "Ghosts," and much more; 52 lots featuring work from Academy Award-winning visual effects creator Richard Edlund that includes an original screen-used sectional piece of the Death Star from “Star War,” a large-scale model of front section of Discovery ship from “2010,” collection of puppets from “Big Trouble in Little China”; and much, much more.
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.
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Woman’s Starfleet uniform from Star Trek: The Original Series613 - Woman’s Starfleet uniform from Star Trek: The Original Series
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Woman’s Starfleet uniform from Star Trek: The Original Series. (NBC-TV, 1966-69) The red polyester minidress (indicating its use in the third season
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Estimates : 4,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold to f******** .. for (11,000.00 + 1,980.00) x 1 = 12,980.00
 
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Nichelle Nichols “Lt. Cmdr. Uhura” Starfleet Class B uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture614 - Nichelle Nichols “Lt. Cmdr. Uhura” Starfleet Class B uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
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Nichelle Nichols “Lt. Cmdr. Uhura” Starfleet Class B uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture. (Paramount, 1979) Tan tunic and pants Starfleet Cla
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Start Price : 2,000.00 | Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
 
 
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Earth base uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture615 - Earth base uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture
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Earth base uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture. (Paramount, 1979) Brown jumpsuit with large solar system patch on left sleeve and orange shou
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Start Price : 800.00 | Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
 
 
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DeForest Kelly “Dr. McCoy” Starfleet leather short boots from the early Star Trek feature films617 - DeForest Kelly “Dr. McCoy” Starfleet leather short boots from the early Star Trek feature films
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DeForest Kelly “Dr. Leonard ‘Bones’ McCoy” Starfleet leather short boots from the early Star Trek feature films. The black short boots with side zipp
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Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Sold to 2******** .. for (800.00 + 144.00) x 1 = 944.00
 
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William Shatner “Admiral Kirk” shirt from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home618 - William Shatner “Admiral Kirk” shirt from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
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William Shatner “Admiral Kirk” shirt from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. (Paramount, 1986) Light magenta colored shirt worn by William Shatner as “A
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Estimates : 800.00 - 1,000.00
Sold to n********n.. for (1,600.00 + 288.00) x 1 = 1,888.00
 
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Rare Klingon mining rifle from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country619 - Rare Klingon mining rifle from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
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Rare Klingon mining rifle from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. (Paramount, 1991) Constructed of black, green and maroon-painted molded resin
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Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Sold to f******** .. for (1,600.00 + 288.00) x 1 = 1,888.00
 
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Set of Warp Core panels from Star Trek: First Contact620 - Set of Warp Core panels from Star Trek: First Contact
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Set of Warp Core panels from Star Trek: First Contact. (Paramount, 1996) Smoke-tinted Plexiglas panels with orange and white painted indicators, use
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Estimates : 500.00 - 700.00
Sold to b******** .. for (3,750.00 + 675.00) x 1 = 4,425.00
 
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Hero illuminating Klingon translator device from Star Trek: The Unidiscovered Country621 - Hero illuminating Klingon translator device from Star Trek: The Unidiscovered Country
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Hero illuminating Klingon translator device from Star Trek: The Unidiscovered Country. (Paramount, 1991) This is the hero Klingon translator device
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Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold to f******** .. for (2,000.00 + 360.00) x 1 = 2,360.00
 
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Desktop engineering computer console from Star Trek: First Contact622 - Desktop engineering computer console from Star Trek: First Contact
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Desktop engineering computer console from Star Trek: First Contact. (Paramount, 1996) Grey plastic monitor with battery-powered backlit panels used
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Start Price : 1,500.00 | Estimates : 1,500.00 - 2,000.00
 
 
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Brent Spiner “Lt. Commander Data” invisibility suit from Star Trek: Insurrection623 - Brent Spiner “Lt. Commander Data” invisibility suit from Star Trek: Insurrection
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Brent Spiner “Lt. Commander Data” invisibility suit from Star Trek: Insurrection. (Paramount, 1998) Bright red invisibility suit worn by Brent Spine
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Estimates : 1,500.00 - 2,000.00
Sold to f******** .. for (1,600.00 + 288.00) x 1 = 1,888.00
 
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