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Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment

Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment
Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment

Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment

Includes a custom made display stand with engraved plaque. Hull Section of the Star Trek Galileo Seven, from the ¾ scale (22-0 long nominal) screen used set prop.

HULL-FRAGMENT as seen in The Galileo Seven episode filmed in 1966. Includes stand, Affidavit and, engraved plaque. Listing photos of the Galileo being stored outdoors, and under construction at AMT in 1966, for reference only. No Galileo included in sale.

In the 1980s the Galileo Prop was donated by the studio to a School For The Blind. It was stored outdoors near Dayton Ohio and by the time it was auctioned in June 2013 all the wood exterior had rotted. Furthermore the metal framing had deteriorated badly including metal-cracking from the intrusion of water that had frozen inside.

During restoration all of the wood had to be replaced. Some of the discarded wood exterior became prized by collectors as a historic artifact. This Sale includes notarized Affidavit of Authenticity to establish providence and explain how the artifact was obtained. Not a fake or scam.

Museum Sale Preffered as the sample can be authenticated by spectrographic analysis of the paint and panel. I expect you will want to inspectspectrograph etc.. 1.33 high x 0.74 wide x 0.37 thick. Paint layers, - fiberglass laminations, -¼ masonite Core, -All Visible. There are approximately 20 of these fragments in collections worldwide.

Ask around, you may know someone who owns a fragment or knows me. With engraved plaque nominal: 4 square x 4-½ high. Exterior and Interior; AMT Phoenix, AZ, 09-12-1966. Exterior by Gene Winfield of AMT, Interior 1/1 scale design by Matt Jefferies. Ironically life imitated Star Trek art.

The first space shuttle was named Enterprise. Leonard Nimoy, of "Star Trek" fame, told the story on CBS of how President Gerald Ford agreed to change the name of NASA's space shuttle Constitution to Enterprise. Plinth also features metal Star Trek command badge. Museum inquiries will be given priority. Subject to United States Postal Service. This is a one-of-a kind custom item and.

No international sales, this item for US collections only. The item "Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment" is in sale since Monday, October 1, 2018.

This item is in the category "Collectibles\Science Fiction & Horror\Star Trek Collectibles\Other Star Trek Collectibles". The seller is "jonpaultrek2012" and is located in Sarasota, Florida.

This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Convention/Event: New York Comic Con
  • Type: Prop, screen used


Star Trek, TOS, 1966 Galileo Artifact 1701/7, Displayer & Plaque, Hull Fragment