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Old January 12 2012, 07:07 PM   #16
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

Wow this is hard.
I think for TNG I would go with a uniform shirt worn by Brent Spiner. Complete with communicator and pips. I actually did see this at a store in Downtown Disney in 2008. It was even on a bust of Data.
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Old January 12 2012, 07:27 PM   #17
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

OS : Phaser and/or Tricorder would be a sweet prize.
TNG : A model from one of the romulan ships that was used most often ( I don't know my ship names very well, hopefully some one can name the ship Im thinking of ) OR one of the 'Data's Head' props from Time's Arrow

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Old January 14 2012, 03:09 PM   #18
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

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one of the 'Data's Head' props from Time's Arrow
I was president of a large Star Trek club and the committee once decided that my ultimate Trek collectible would be the transparent face mold Data holds up in "Datalore". It was going to be such a cool Jello mold for club meetings.
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Old January 14 2012, 04:26 PM   #19
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one of the 'Data's Head' props from Time's Arrow
I was president of a large Star Trek club and the committee once decided that my ultimate Trek collectible would be the transparent face mold Data holds up in "Datalore". It was going to be such a cool Jello mold for club meetings.
You guys really knew how to party...
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Old January 15 2012, 05:41 AM   #20
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

TNG: How about those various alternate universe comm badges that Worf wore as he flipped from universe to universe. Just having a set of the original comm badges would be neat and portable.
TOS: Kirk's chair. I'd swivel mount it and use it in front of my computer. Heck, maybe I would even have one of the TOS desks and put my laptop on it.
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Old January 15 2012, 06:42 AM   #21
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

TOS- The phaser assault rifle used in "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Used one time during the whole TOS, we never see it again.
TNG- Worf's collection of Klingon Weaponry

Bonus (what I would like most of all): In the Wrath of Khan, when they beam down to the planet, to find the survivors of the station, Kirk is wearing a red/white starfleet jacket (it's the one he's wearing when he shouts 'Khan' into the communicator. I wanted a jacket like that ever since I watched the movie.
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Old January 15 2012, 06:44 AM   #22
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

I'd like to take a look at the line-by-line production budget from Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Considering how bloated that film ended up being, financially, it would be fascinating to see where all the money went.
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Old January 15 2012, 06:48 AM   #23
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

I'll tell you what I would've liked:

To have a picture with me as a Red Shirt on the bridge of TOS. No fake looking, like I was actually standing there gelling in with the group.

That would be awesome.
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Old January 15 2012, 10:27 AM   #24
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

The Enterprise-E Command Chair from First Contact.
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Old January 15 2012, 10:43 AM   #25
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

All these posts and still no one has said "screen worn panties".
Not sure exactly what that says about people here.
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Old January 15 2012, 02:46 PM   #26
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All these posts and still no one has said "screen worn panties".
Not sure exactly what that says about people here.
No pervs or too geeky to be pervy.
What's the point if the actress, in her prime, isn't in them?
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Old January 15 2012, 10:13 PM   #27
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The Enterprise-E Command Chair from First Contact.

Exactly what I was gonna say.

Or, the one from the Defiant.
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Old January 19 2012, 03:57 AM   #28
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

It's a pity they went to CGI for ships in that a number of the pure CGI ships I would have loved to have as a physical model. I'd like a communicator or phaser, but for something more unique I'd like the ball from the end of "Take Me Out to the Holosuite". I have zero interest in baseball, but the fact it is (possibly) written on by the actors makes the difference. Or the Anslem prop from "The Visitor" would be pretty unique and different too.
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Old January 19 2012, 05:13 AM   #29
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Re: Your ideal Star Trek memorabilia...

Since we are allowed to dream big:

TOS - The Enterprise NCC-1701 model. I saw it hanging in the Smithsonian and fell in love.

TNG - The sofa/captain's & guest chairs from NCC-1701-D bridge. I would redesign my living room around them... or the TV room, at least!
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Old January 22 2012, 01:48 AM   #30
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TNG - The sofa/captain's & guest chairs from NCC-1701-D bridge. I would redesign my living room around them... or the TV room, at least!

wow, I love this idea, those chairs always looked comfortable.

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