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Old May 22 2010, 01:31 AM   #1
Lefty
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I have an interesting Star Trek artifact

The premier of Star Trek the Movie was at the Air and Space Museum in DC and my father attended. He gave me several items from the premier. I have the original ticket, parking pass, program and a napkin with the premier’s emblem all stapled together. My father got several autographs on the napkin including Gene Roddenberry and several others who I do not recognize.

I have two questions:

1. I do remember my dad telling me that William Shatner did not sign his napkin. I am curious who else signed the napkin so is there a web site that has sample autographs so I can compare?
2. Do you think Star Trek collectors are interested in what I have? I was cleaning out my file cabinet today and found everything my dad gave me. The items have been sitting in the cabinet for many years and the program is beginning to have issues.

Thanks
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