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If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell at a Star Trek memorabilia auction, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.

Star Trek memorabilia auction

NateDSanders.com has the best Star Trek memorabilia auction.  A tunic worn on the Star Trek television show by Leonard Nimoy or William Shatner can be worth $40,000 – $100,000 each.  Here are some of the prices we have obtained at our Star Trek memorabilia auction:

Emmy Award for “Best Makeup For A Series” awarded to “Star Trek: Voyager’s” makeup artist Mark Shostrom on the series’ 31st episode, “Threshold,” which aired during the 1995-1996 season. The storyline called for the Lieutenant Paris character to undergo extreme physical transformations as a result of an allergic reaction to space travel at Warp 10 speed. “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry’s epic space saga has become one of the most successful entertainment franchises of all time, spawning television series, feature films, and an entire subculture all its own. Roddenberry claims his substitution of space-age peoples afforded him the ability to deliver progressive ideological messages that would otherwise have been censored. The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ iconic statue of a winged woman on tiptoe, holding an atom, is intended to symbolize television’s convergence of science and art. Statue is made of gold-plated metal on a metal base. The front of the base reads: “1995-1996 Primetime Emmy Awards / Outstanding Makeup for a Series / Star Trek: Voyager – UPN / ‘Threshold’ / Mark Shostrom, Makeup Artist”. Measures 15.25″ in total height, with a 7.5″ diameter base. Weighs 4 lbs., 10.25 oz. Light tarnishing, else near fine.  One of the best items from our Star Trek memorabilia auction.

Star Trek memorabilia auction 1995-96 Emmy Award for “Star Trek: Voyager”

1995-96 Emmy Award for “Star Trek: Voyager” from our Star Trek Memorabilia Auction

1995-96 Emmy Award for “Star Trek: Voyager” — Sold for $14,351

William Shatner’s personal script for “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.” Presented in a decorative leather three-ring binder boldly engraved, “BILL.” Contents include 8pp. of scene detail, 49pp. of the shooting schedule, 55pp. of the “Shot by Shot List of Script,” 2pp. of the movie calendar and the 120pp. movie script dated 21 November 1988. First page of scene detail boldly signed by Shatner in black ink. Interior includes more than 100pp. of Shatner’s notations with incredible content and diagrams of scenes in his own hand. Pencil and ink notations are made both directly to the page as well as on notes pasted throughout. Document signed pages are a variety of pastel blue, green, pink and white. The majority of script pages display “02” written across page’s center in red marker, though text and notations remain clear and readable. Notebook measures 9″ x 11.5″. Mild cover wear and slight curling to page edges. Overall, excellent condition. Extremely personal item in our Star Trek memorabilia auction. Sold for $7,500.

Star Trek memorabilia auction William Shatner's personal script for "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier"

William Shatner’s personal script for “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” from our Star Trek memorabilia auction

Commando field-duty uniform from “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.” Worn by actor Leonard Nimoy as “Spock.” Brown wool pants with elastic attachment at back where pants are broken for stunt use. Red stripes along outer seams and black belt loops for accompanying belt with Starfleet logo buckle. Matching sweater with brown shoulder accents, zip-up back and hole for jetpack harness scene. White undershirt with ribbed collar and zip-up back. All garments feature Paramount tags reading, “Nimoy.” Also includes unattached command division sleeve strip. Mint condition. A great Leonard Nimoy Star Trek costume from our Star Trek memorabilia auction. Sold for $3,050.

Star Trek memorabilia auction Commando field-duty uniform from "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier."

Commando field-duty uniform from “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” from our Star Trek Auction

Costume from “Star Trek I: The Motion Picture.” Worn in various sequences by actor James Doohan as “Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott.” Grey, Class-D jumpsuit with functional faux-flap pocket. Velcro size adjustment at ankles; jumpsuit zips at back. Sewn-in tag reads, “James Doohen.” Mint condition. A great James Doohan “Scotty” Star Trek costume from our Star Trek memorabilia auction. Sold for $2,925.

Star Trek memorabilia auction Costume from "Star Trek I: The Motion Picture."

Costume from “Star Trek I: The Motion Picture” from our Star Trek Memorabilia Auction

Star Trek “Chekov” uniform created for Walter Koenig in “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.” Full-length khaki jumpsuit features “Western Costume Co.” tag marked “Walter Koenig.” Security Division Starfleet emblem sewn to left breast and division stripes with gold thread bars indicating Lieutenant rank sewn atop each shoulder. Velcro and clasp size adjustments. Mint condition. A beautiful Walter Koenig Star Trek costume from our Star Trek memorabilia auction. Sold for $2,847.

Star Trek memorabilia auction Star Trek "Chekov" uniform created for Walter Koenig in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture."

Star Trek “Chekov” uniform created for Walter Koenig in “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” from our Star Trek Memorabilia Auction

Star Trek “Sulu” costume made for George Takei in “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.” Khaki two-piece “Class-C” costume with “Western Costume Co.” tag marked “George Takei.” Jacket features pewter Starfleet emblem and yellow division badges sewn on each shoulder with embroidered gold thread bars indicating Lieutenant Commander rank. An extraordinary piece of Hollywood sci-fi history in mint condition. A rare Sulu Star Trek costume from our Star Trek memorabilia auction. Sold for $2,270.

Star Trek memorabilia auction Star Trek "Sulu" costume made for George Takei in "Star Trek

Star Trek “Sulu” costume made for George Takei in “Star Trek from our Star Trek memorabilia auction

Klingon head mask from the courtroom scene of “Star Trek VI: Undiscovered Country.” Worn by background actors in the scene’s upper balconies. Prosthetic mask airbrushed brown with signature Klingon forehead ridges. Long, dark hair added behind ridges as well as light-brown eyebrows and goatee. Velcro strip in back of mask concealed by hair. Mask measures 12″ x 7″ x 11.5″. Mint condition. A rare Klingon head from our Star Trek memorabilia auction. Sold for $1,000.

Star Trek memorabilia auction Klingon head mask from the courtroom scene of "Star Trek VI: Undiscovered Country."

Klingon head mask from the courtroom scene of “Star Trek VI: Undiscovered Country” from our Star Trek memorabilia auction

If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell at a Star Trek memorabilia auction, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.

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