The latest Profiles in History auction will feature a costume from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and several from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The auction will take place October 17-20 in Calabasas, California at the Profiles in History auction house.
The tunic worn by Ricardo Montalban as Khan in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is up for sale, and is expected to fetch $30,000-$50,000. It is item #1299.
For Picard fans, his uniform from one of the earlier seasons is up for sale, and is expected to sell for $6,000 to $8,000 (item #1301).
The massive auction features plenty of other Trek goodies, including the first pilot script (The Cage) signed by Leonard Nimoy and Director Robert Butler (#1288), memos, storyboards for The Animated Series (#1293), a Type-2 phaser from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (#1297), a Next Generation female uniform (#1298), pair of Ceti eels (#1296), a Galileo Shuttlecraft miniature from Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (#1300), and much more.
Jonathan Frakes’ Star Trek collection featuring his screen-used Starfleet uniform costumes and many other items will also be auctioned. Lot #1311 contains one of Frakes’ Next Generation uniforms, and lot #1303 features Frakes’ personal collection of over two-hundred-and-fifty scripts from The Next Generation. There are also lithographs, and signed posters and much more in this large collection.
The catalog for the auction can be found here. Note that it loads slowly. The Trek items appear on pages 444-459 and will be sold on day three of the auction.
Source: New York Observer