It's a little battle-worn, but any Trekkie would be proud to have this in the living room. Here is how Christie's describes the seat: "Klingon captain's chair, the black imitation leather chair with heavy wood shell, and cast metal Klingon lettering appliques on cushions, painted to simulate distressed metal--47 inches by 33 inches by 50 inches--originally made for 'Star Trek V: The Final Frontier,' and modified for use in subsequent movies and television. Estimated value is $6,000-$8,000."
It's only plastic? Christie's will be auctioning the Enterprise this way: "A model of the Starship Enterprise-A, made from a modified plastic hobby kit--22 inches by 11 inches by 6.5 inches--used in visual effects production for 'Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country' and in earlier Star Trek movies. Estimate: $15,000-$25,000."
This uniform was well worn by Patrick Stewart. Christie's description: "Captain Picard's complete first season Starfleet jumpsuit uniform, including four pips on the collar indicating rank of captain, Velcro-attached Starfleet communicator emblem, label inscribed 40 Patrick 014; with corresponding custom-made boots, labeled Patrick Stewart and custom made Willie's of Hollywood--worn by Patrick Stewart as Captain Picard. Estimate: $8,000-$12,000."
Here's how Christie's describes Star Trek's handheld weapons: "Two prop phaser weapons, one of solid cast resin, the other a stunt version of cast latex and foam; accompanied by a holster clip made from black vacuformed sheet plastic, each phaser. No estimates on the value of the phasers yet."
The cutest pets in the universe. Per Christie's: "Two tribbles of imitation fur stuffed with foam rubber, one grey and black, the other white, grey, and brown--5-inch diameter--made for the 1993 'Deep Space Nine' episode, 'Trials and Tribble-ations' and also used in the alien bazaar scene in the 'Star Trek: Enterprise' episode, 'Rajiin' from 2001. Estimate: $1,000-1,500."
Perfect for a living room or office. Christie's: "A bridge dedication plaque, raised photopolymer lettering on plastic backing, painted to simulate bronze, raised lettering to simulate gold--10 inches by 14 inches--made for the Enterprise-E bridge set. It's from 'Star Trek VIII: First Contact', 1996. No estimate is available."
Christie's: "A visual effects model of wood, acrylic, metal and plastic, the model loosely inspired by the General Motors Pavilion in the 1964 New York World's fair--48 inches by 29 inches by 13 inches."
No, it's not a minitablet PC. Christie's: "A prop desktop computer monitor, the case painted in green inscribed on the base Ready Room and Captain Janeway's quarters, Ready Room--12.5 inches by 11.5 inches by 11.5 inches--used as set dressing on Captain Janeway's ready room desk. It's from 'Star Trek Voyager' 1995-2001. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500."
If only there were a matching bracelet. Christie's: "A Vulcan 'Kolinahr' prop necklace, brass and resin, engraved with Vulcan writing--the medallion, 6 inches by 5 inches, the brass chain 24 inches--made for Leonard Nimoy as Spock for the planet Vulcan sequence from 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture,' 1979. Estimate: $2,000-$3,000."
Christie's: "A miniature visual effects runabout model made from cast resin and plastic, currently labeled as U.S.S. Rubicon; accompanied by a sheet of decals with various runabout registry numbers--19.5 inches by 11 inches by 4.5 inches--featured in the main title sequence and in numerous episodes of 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,' 1993-1999. No estimate available."
Christie's describes the worker of the future: "A worker bee model of cast resin and plastic, with light airbrushed aging applied to finish-- 18 inches by 8.5 inches by 8.5 inches--made for and seen in the drydock sequence in 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture' and featured in the main title sequence of 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.' Estimate: $6,000-$8,000."