ALL ITEMS COME WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY, SIGNED BY SUSAN SACKETT ON HER PERSONAL
"From the Desk of" STATIONERY!
Star Trek: The Next Generation Original Scripts for Sale
All scripts were my original desk copy, delivered personally to me (and every crew member) each week by the script department. They are between 45 and 60 pages each, depending on how many "A" or "B" pages (extra pages, some only a line or two) were added. Many contain scenes that were filmed but later edited out of the final air version of the episode. These scripts are NOT REPRINTS. They contain all of the multi-colored pages that were given to us each time a scene was rewritten. Sometimes only one word was changed; you can tell which lines had change on that page by the *asterisks* in the margins.
Black travel / gym bag
Black simulated leather travel/gym bag. "Star Trek: The Next Generation" embroidered in gold lettering; communicator in silver and gold; multiple interior and outside pockets with lining; handles and detachable shoulder strap; 19" x 11" x 10". This was the gift that Gene Roddenberry gave to the cast and crew for Christmas, 1990. I have kept mine in a closet, away from sunlight. It is as beautiful as the day I received it, and has never been used
Letters to Star Trek Paperback Book
This is the first book I ever had published, back in 1977. Contains many letters from fans, scientists, teachers and famous people. It has long been out of print, but I still have several copies in my possession. All are in good to excellent condition; some are gently used copies I picked up at conventions and used bookstores, and a few are a bit faded with age. Best copies to the first purchasers. Personally autographed!
Emergency 'Five-in-One' Radio
This was a gift from the cast to the crew at the beginning of the second season of "Next Generation." This is a bright yellow portable AM-FM radio, trimmed in black. One side is lettered in black, "Star Trek: The Next Generation," and bears the gold and silver communicator. In addition to the two radio bands, there is a flashlight, a siren and a secret compartment for storing bandages or other emergency supplies. (We were told that this was for an earthquake emergency, since living in Southern California has its hazards!) This radio has not been used!
Tote bag and Beach Towel set
This was another wonderful gift from Gene Roddenberry to the cast and crew for Christmas, this time given during the 1988-89 season. Each person was given a bag with the towel tucked inside. Mine has been stored in a dust-free closet, away from sunlight and has never been used. The bag is heavy black canvas with black handles and a snap closure; the silver front pocket has "1988-1989" screened in black and "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in sky-blue; the Communicator is gold with a blue delta. The bag measures 15" x 11
Star Trek: The Next Generation, Fourth Season Plaque
The art department made up gifts for everyone at the beginning of the fourth season (1990-1991). This is a solid wood "communicator" -- 12" across by 12" high. The oval portion is made of polished solid oak, while the "delta" is layered wood with a light contrasting stain. Lettering reads "Star Trek: The Next Generation - Fourth Season." This was given ONLY to the cast and crew and has never been sold anywhere! Wall mount on the back, ready for hanging! Weight: approximately 1 1/2 pounds! Incredibly beautiful!
Warp Wrap 1989 Button
Each year when we finished shooting the season's episodes of "Next Generation," the production offices would plan an elaborate party for all the cast and crew. Sometimes this was on a soundstage; sometimes at a popular local restaurant. Then cast and crew would mingle, eat, drink and be merry until the wee hours! Blooper reels were also a highlight of the party. The festivities were always very private -- only those on the special list would be admitted. To be certain that no one was mingling who didn't belong, each person was give a small pin to wear. I've saved mine -- and now they can be yours! The first one says WARP WRAP, with 1989 centered over the communicator "delta." Wear this to the next Convention and impress everyone!
Warp Wrap 1990 Button
Similar to the 1989 button (above) , but black with white lettering and "1990" centered over the communicator delta. Impressive!
Warp Wrap 100th Episode Button
When the Fourth Season of 'Next Gen' wrapped, it was heralded in the press and, of course, with a party! It also coincided with the Fourth Season Wrap party, held in the spring of 1991. The button has the Enterprise on it, plus 'Fourth Season,' '100th,' and '1990-1991.' This is really a collector's item!
Gene Roddenberry/ST:TNG Personal Stationery Set
Gene often had me answer his mail from home, so he gave me a box of his personal stationery. A limited number of these special sheets of letterhead and envelopes remain! Each set consists of one sheet of beautiful creamy white with navy blue logo 8
Gene Roddenberry/ST:TNG Personal Envelopes
I had some leftover envelopes. They are the same ones that were used to mail out letters - white size 10 envelopes with the blue TNG logo and Gene's name and address.
Franklin Mint - 25th Anniversary Die-Cast Enterprise on Stand
This Franklin Mint model is fully authorized and authenticated by Paramount Pictures. It is precision engineered from more than 60 separate components, hand-assembled and hand-painted. It is accented in 24 karat gold. The hangar door actually opens to reveal the removable shuttle craft Galileo. The starship's dome can be removed for an up-close look at the fully detailed bridge. Primary sensor dish is aglow with accents of 24 karat gold. The model can be mounted to its own display stand that bears the STAR TREK logo. MINT CONDITION - STILL IN THE ORIGINAL BOX - HAS NEVER BEEN ASSEMBLED! The Franklin Mints sells this for $295.00.
Franklin Mint - Pewter Model of U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701
Part of the Star Trek pewter sculpture collection, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 is a spectacular sculptured showpiece intricately handcrafted in fine pewter, and lavishly embellished with 24 karat gold and crystal cabochons. It is mounted on a handsome black polished hardwood base. This was given to me by Paramount Pictures' Licensing division. I had it on display in my home for several years, and it is in perfect condition! Originally retailed for $209!
Franklin Mint -Pewter model of Starship Enterprise NCC-1701D
This was one of several different models given to me by Paramount's Licensing Department.. The ship is 5
Franklin Mint - Pewter model of Romulan Bird of Prey
This was one of several different models given to me by Paramount's Licensing Department. 5" long 7" wide with 24 karat gold electroplate on the engines and Plasma emitter, and red crystal Cabochons on the nacelles tips. Comes with custom hardwood stand. This was on display in my den at the time of the Northridge Earthquake in Los Angeles (January 17, 1994). The quake shook it off my mantle and it landed on the hearth of my fireplace; consequently, one wing has a slight bend in it. Otherwise, it's in good shape. This is the exact same two pound ship that Franklin Mint sells for $195!
Franklin Mint - Pewter Tankard
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Classic "Star Trek." Lead-free, 7' tall, weighing over 3
Franklin Mint Chess Set
This Chess Set has never been used! The pieces are either gold electroplated (good guys) over solid Pewter, set on a crystal base, or sterling silver electroplated (the villains) over solid Pewter, also set on a crystal base. The game board is very sturdy with Starfleet logo. It has a glass top showing an astral map. Storage compartments are in the base. Villains: Khan, Gorgan, Gorn, Klingons, Romulans, Klingon Battle Cruiser. Good guys: Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Chapel, starship personnel for pawns, Starship Enterprise. Originally sold by Franklin Mint for over $900!
Hamilton Mint - Starship Enterprise in 3-D
This is a 1" thick acrylic freeform sculpture of the Enterprise NCC-1701 in orbit around a planet. When backlit, this RARE, seldom seen piece has a fantastically realistic appearance, with stars and planets shining through! No photo can do this justice! It is one of the most unusual and unique items in my collection, given to me by Paramount's Licensing Division in 1991 as part of the 25th anniversary celebration. I have never seen another one like it! 7" high by 6" wide and weighing nearly 1 pound.
Franklin Mint Star Trek Watch
A tribute to the 25th Anniversary of "Star Trek," this elegantly crafted watch bears the image and delta emblem of the U.S.S. Enterprise on the face and the 25th Anniversary logo etched on the reverse. The watch is crafted of solid stainless steel, complemented with a genuine leather band, and includes a precision Swiss quartz movement. This was given to me by Paramount's Licensing department in 1991. Still in its original box, the watch has never been used! Includes Franklin Mint's Certificate of Authenticity. Franklin Mint sells this watch for $195.
Acrylic Plaque - U.S.S. Enterprise
This is a beautiful miniature of the actual plaque that was on the bridge set of the U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D from "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Measuring 4"x 3
Franklin Mint - Official 25th Anniversary Silver Medal
Beautiful .925 sterling 76mm in diameter silver medallion, featuring portraits of Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the original Enterprise on front. Reverse has a 1991 calendar, with September highlighted and the 8th ("Star Trek"'s 1966 debut date) circled. Engraving around rim reads: "To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before." Includes Lucite stand. Weighs almost 7 oz. There is a tiny, unnoticeable scratch on the back; this medallion was proudly displayed in my home for many years. Beautiful! Comes with the Franklin Mint Certificate of Authenticity.
Star Trek Record Album - Conducted by Fred Steiner
This 1985 vinyl record album, simply called "Star Trek," features the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Fred Steiner, the composer of the incidental music in TOS. The record features re-recorded versions of the Main Title and Closing Theme written by Alexander Courage, plus Fred's music from "The Corbomite Maneuver," "Charlie X," "The Doomsday Machine," and "Mudd's Women." Digitally mastered, the liner notes include a greeting from Gene Roddenberry, descriptions from Fred Steiner himself, and descriptions of the four episodes, along with photographs -- two of which are "flopped" (no one from licensing checked with our Trek Expert Richard Arnold, or myself -- the uniform delta insignia are reversed!). This is a real collector's item. The record is in perfect condition and has never been played.
Star Trek Record Album - Composed and Conducted by Alexander Courage
This vinyl record album released in 1985 on the Crescendo label contains all of the music from the two "Star Trek" pilot episodes, "The Cage," and "Where No Man Has Gone Before." Alexander "Sandy" Courage conducted his own compositions, recorded on January 22 and November 29, 1965. They have been digitally remastered on this album! The liner notes are by David Gerrold (writer of "The Trouble with Tribbles"). Also included in the notes is a biography of Sandy Courage, and some photos from the two episodes. This record has never been played. The album cover has been clipped in the corner.
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Record Album
This is the original motion picture soundtrack for Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, composed and conducted by James Horner (Academy Award winner for Titanic!). It's a double album on Capitol Records. There is nice shot of the "wounded" Enterprise in the centerfold. The back cover features more photos from the movie and the movie credits. The copyright date on the album is 1984 (although the film was released in 1983). We had a box of these in the office, given to us by Capitol Records. This is my only copy. An important addition to any collection of Trek memorabilia!
Star Trek IV Poster
This is the official Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home "one sheet" poster used in advertising the movie, which premiered in 1986. We had a bunch of these in the office; until recently I thought I had only one left, but in April 2003 I discovered five more locked away in my storage closet! Many people have proclaimed "The Voyage Home" the best of all the Trek movies. Now you can have this original poster for your very own! It measures 27" x 40".
Star Trek 3 Piece USS Enterprise Set
This is a plastic model set of three detailed starships -- the original NCC-1701 TV Enterprise; Enterprise NCC-1701A; and NCC-1701D from the Next Generation. These are 1/2500 scale, each with full color decals; paint and cement are not included. The TV and movie ships measure approx. 4 1/2" and the Next Gen Enterprise is approx. 10"! From AMT/Ertl, in original,shrink-wrapped box from 1988. Includes display stand!
Star Trek: The Next Generation USS Enterprise
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701D plastic Model Kit. Over 18" long when assembled, it includes two display stands and authentic decals. It has a detachable saucer with Captain's Yacht. From AMT/Ertl, in original shrink-wrapped box form 1988. Paint and cement not included.
Official ST:TMP Satin Crew Jacket
This was my personal jacket that brought me much joy - Gene had one just like it and we often wore them when we went to lunch together. Not everyone on the crew received one - it cost $100 back in 1979! But Gene bought one for me. It is a beautifully made cream-color, heavy double satin, no visible seams on inside (could be reversed) with pockets. The back is embroidered in royal blue with large letters saying "STAR TREK," with "The Motion Picture" above that, in smaller letters. The Enterprise is embroidered in cream below the lettering. The ribbing in the neckline and sleeves does have some small moth holes, but the jacket itself is perfect. (I am lowering the price on this rather than repairing it and then charging more.) Size Small.
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Official Crew Jacket
Remember the scenes in Star Trek V where Kirk, Spock and McCoy sit around the campfire? Bones wore a Levi Denim jacket with white fleece lining. So the production company had the jacket duplicated and gave each crew member one as a thank-you. Mine was always kind of big on me, even though it's marked "small." So I only wore it a couple of times. It's heavy blue denim with front breast and side pockets, Levi's brass snaps down the front and on the sleeves. Lettering over the left front pocket reads: "Star Trek The Final Frontier". The waistband has adjustable snaps. It's 100% cotton exterior, with the warm, fuzzy lining of polyester.
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Official Crew Jacket
A light windbreaker, in black nylon, with hidden hood in the zipper pocket of the collar. The official "Star Trek: The Search For Spock" patch is sewn on upper left; the back reads, "U.S. S. Enterprise" in white letters. There is a small zipping pocket in the front. Machine washable 100% nylon. Perfect condition. Size Small.
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Official Jersey
Fleece-lined and perfect for jogging or working out on cool mornings. I used to wear this on the set on soundstages that can be quite cold, even in summer when the air conditioning is cranked up! It's burgundy color, has a tying hood and two side pockets. The official "Star Trek: The Search for Spock" patch is ironed on the left pocket; the lettering on the back (slightly worn) reads: U.S. S. Enterprise. Cotton. Size Small.
Star Trek: The Next Generation First Season Official Crew Jacket.
During "ST: TNG" 's first season, from 1987-88, I worked closely with our jacket designer and Gene in creating the very first crew jacket for the show. We came up with a maroon, heavy nylon lined jacket with breakaway sleeves so the jacket can be worn as a stylish vest.". The jacket features the gold embroidered name of the crew member (mine says "Susan") over the upper right - so you might want this if you know someone with my name! If it's not your name, you're sure to be noticed and called Susan anyway!). The upper left features the "delta" communicator, embroidered in silver and gold. The back is truly magnificent - a blue, silver and yellow galaxy with the "Star Trek: The Next Generation" logo in silver, with silver stars scattered across it. The design covers about half of the back. The lining is black quilting, with black trim on collar and cuffs. I only wore this a few times, so it's like new!
Star Trek: The Next Generation Long-sleeve Pullover
This cotton pullover is white with a huge red and purple delta on the front, and a small red and gray delta on the left sleeve with the words, "Star Trek: The Next Generation." The bright yellow lettering on the front echoes Picard's famous speech from "Encounter at Farpoint," the pilot episode: "Let's see what's out there!" Gently used.
Star Trek lll: The Search for Spock, The Offical Fan Club T-Shirt
I liked this shirt so much when I saw it at a convention in the '80s, I bought it immediately. It's black with colorful "Genesis Planet" in blue and silver, plus the Enterprise and a colorful starfield. I've enjoyed it, and you will too! Very good condition. Size Small.
Star Trek lV: The Voyage Home T-Shirt
A brilliant green T-shirt with sparkling silver lettering, this was a promotional gift from Paramount licensing - Gene and I each got one as samples. Made of 100% cotton by Champion. Worn only once, this is virtually new! Size Medium.
Star Trek: The Next Generation T-Shirt - White
One of several I wore proudly to proclaim my loyalty to the show while I was working on it, I actually bought this in Paramount's famous "Company Store" on the lot. It is white with blue lettering, and a wonderfully sparkling gold and silver delta, outlined in blue. Hanes, 100% cotton. Has been washed - may have shrunk a bit, but no further shrinking should occur. Size on label reads: L- 42-44.
Star Trek: The Next Generation T-Shirt - Blue
Another Next Gen T-shirt - I really enjoyed being a walking ad for my favorite show! Bright blue 100% cotton with white lettering, and the sparkling gold and silver delta. It is pre-shrunk and in excellent condition. Size M 38-40.
Star Trek: The Next Generation T-Shirt - Red
Another of my Next Gen T-shirts, this time in red with blue lettering, and again, the beautiful gold and silver delta. This is also in excellent condition and is 100% Sanforized (preshrunk) cotton. Size Medium.
Paramount Pictures T-Shirt
This was my favorite T-shirt back in the late 1970's. I purchased it shortly after we arrived on the lot, and was able to fit into it for a few years (but, sadly, no longer!). It is a style that was very popular back then, the "French cut T" with little cap sleeves. It is quite well worn - some of the white sky above what I call the "Paramountain" is cracking, and the fabric is a bit thin. But oh, the stories this shirt could tell! lettering says Paramount A Gulf + Western Company (the organization that owned Paramount back in those days) and below that, Paramount Pictures. You'll be the talk of your friends in this! 50/50 and totally preshrunk. Label says "Medium," but it seems "Small."
Star Trek: The Motion Picture T-Shirt - Blue
During the filming of "ST:TMP" back in 1978-79, many of the staff showed our loyalty by purchasing and proudly wearing T-shirts that depicted the refitted Enterprise, NCC-1701, along with the lettering, "Star Trek" and, in smaller letters sandwiched in between, "The Motion Picture." Mine is a bit worn (there is some "pilling"), but clean as a whistle. A real collector's item! (See George Takei pictured in this same style shirt on the Favorite Pics page of this website! I'm next to him - with the curly hair, making the Vulcan sign.) Navy with white lettering and French-cut sleeves. Cotton, pre-shrunk. Size Small.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture T-Shirt - White
Exactly the same as the navy blue one above this item, except it's the reverse - a white T-shirt with blue lettering. This one is in a bit better condition, without any pilling. Very rare collector's item! Size Small.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture T-Shirt - Special Effects Crew
This shirt was given to everyone as a "thank you" from the Special Effects Crew. It is white, with a large blue Enterprise and the large words "Star Trek" with "The Motion Picture" in smaller letters. The back has the letters ST TMP with "Special Effects Crew" written right through it. There is a small, barely noticeable yellowish Â¼" stain on the lower right edge. Cotton, French sleeves. Size Small.
Inside Star Trek - Vinyl Record album and T-Shirt
This is the record album that was produced in the recording session I described in Log Entry 6 and in the Photo of the Week for 3/4. The album is a real collector's item, and features Gene Roddenberry, DeForest Kelley, William Shatner, Mark Lenard and Isaac Asimov, as well as the theme from "Star Trek" and other music. On the back cover, it is marked "Demonstration: Not for Sale." This was given to me by Ed Naha, who was with Columbia Records at the time, as a way of thanking me for suggesting the album. Along with it, I was given the promotional T-shirt. The shirt is the same navy blue in color as the record jacket, and sports the same blueprint of the Starship Enterprise on the front. The lettering on the back says "Inside Star Trek featuring Gene Roddenberry on Columbia Records and Tapes." Cotton, French cap sleeves, good condition on both record and T-shirt!
Star Trek:TNG - Writers/Directors Guide, September 8, 1987, Written by Gene Roddenberry
This is the ORIGINAL, FIRST SEASON guide, dated September 8, 1987 - the twenty-first anniversary of STAR TREK: TOS! This guide introduces all of the original TNG characters, including Lieutenant (J.G.) Geordi La Forge and Lieutenant (J.G.) Worf! This was my ORIGINAL COPY, Gray cover, Black lettering, with the Paramount 75th Anniversary Logo on the cover! 52 pages. EXTREMELY RARE!
Star Trek:TNG - Writers'/Directors' Guide '88-89, 2nd Season Revised, Written by Gene Roddenberry
The guide that was given to all producers, writers and directors. This was slightly updated from the first season of the show, and includes the character of DR. KATHERINE (KATE) PULASKI, who would be played by Diana Muldaur. This also introduces and describes the character of GUINAN (played by Whoopi Goldberg) for the first time anywhere! My ORIGINAL COPY, Turquoise cover, black lettering, 70 pages.
Star Trek:TNG - Writers'Directors' Guide '89-90, 3d Season, Revised Aug. 89, by Gene Roddenberry
This is the guide that was given to all producers and especially the writers and directors. It discusses character, story style, typical missions, the Enterprise, sets, weaponry and more. My ORIGINAL COPY, Cream cover, black lettering, 69 pages.
Writers' Tech Manual, 3d Season Edition, 1989 Subtitle:
A technical primer developed to provide a handy reference for the writers, and a supplement to the Writers'Directors' Guide. Contains four sections: Technical Primer (ship's systems, how things work, terms, background info); Technical Memoranda (memos developed by producers, writers, art dept. etc.), info about the hardware; Emergency Procedures ("When bad things happen to good starships") and "A Celestial Bestiary" - some weird phenomena to be used by writers to spark their imaginations.
My ORIGINAL COPY, White cover, black lettering, 37 pages with graphics.
Writers' Technical Manual, Fifth Season Edition Subtitle: "Yes, but which button do I push to fire
Written as a guide to the writers and producers of Next Gen, this was distributed to all the crew. A must for those who want to know all things technical! All about the Enterprise and what makes her tick, as well as the other ships, all the weaponry, gadgets and gizmos of the Federation, plus cool graphics! My ORIGINAL COPY, 51 pages.
Writers'/Directors' Guide, 5th Season Edition Revised April, 1991 - Written by Gene Roddenberry
This was my personal copy of the 5th Season updated "Writers/Directors Guide" which was distributed to the crew. It tells exactly HOW TO WRITE FOR STAR TREK! All about the characters, the ship, the missions, the technical jargon and more! It has a charcoal gray cover with black lettering and a photograph of the Enterprise on the cover. Includes some great graphics and paper reprints of 8x10 photographs of the cast. 71 pages, 8
Star Trek lV: The Voyage Home Screenplay by Harve Bennett & Nicholas Meyer; Story by Steve Meerson & Peter Krikes. Revised Shooting Script, March 11, 1986
The most popular of all the STAR TREK movies, this is my ORIGINAL STAR TREK IV script! It is in excellent condition, personally numbered "191" (my assigned script number) by hand on each page by the production office. This was to maintain confidentiality and illegal distribution of the script before the film's release. Someone from the production office wrote "Sackett" and "191" on the cover in red and "Susan Sackett" on the title page (sorry, this is not an autograph). It contains all of the revisions on multi-colored paper - 117 pages, plus four Appendices in the back! Gray cover, with black lettering and the "Paramount - A Gulf + Western Company" logo. A "MUST" for the serious collector!
Star Trek: The Final Frontier (AKA Star Trek V) Screenplay by David Loughery; Story by William Shatner, Harve Bennett and David Loughery
A truly RARE script for the serious collector! This is my PERSONALLY numbered copy of the STAR TREK V script. My script is no. 175, and this is written on each page. Someone in the production office hand numbered each and every page on every script that was distributed to cast and crew, to be certain that they would not Xerox it and sell it before the film was produced! My copy is marked in RED. It is the Revised Final Draft, Dated Nov. 21, 1988. The script is 117 pages long, and contains all the multi-colored pages that indicate revisions. THIS IS NOT A REPRODUCITON, but my original shooting script! Pale blue cover; I hand-wrote my name on it to be sure no one else mistakenly walked off with it!.
Star Trek VI Screenplay by Nicholas Meyer & Denny Martin Flinn; story by Leonard Nimoy & Nicholas Meyer
This was my only copy of STAR TREK VI, a Xerox made from Gene Roddenberry's own script (which was then sent to his home). The production department on this film decided that our office only needed one copy - Gene's, no. 156. I was told that I should make a Xerox of Gene's script if I wanted one, even though policy was not to allow Xeroxes! Go figure! There is no cover for this, only the title page, which shows the history of revisions. This is the Fifth Draft, dated 12/28/90, and includes all revisions (through 6/24/91). Someone in the production office wrote "Gene Roddenberry" on his copy, which is reproduced on the title page (sorry, this is NOT an autograph!). Contains my "shelf lettering" on the spine - a Hollywood custom of marking scripts on the spine so they can be piled vertically on a bookshelf, yet easily identified without having to look at the cover. 114+ pages.
This is the Ernst/Susie Morton plate commemorating James T. Kirk, Star Date 8502.01 (Feb. 1, 1985). It has a really low identification number, 813! It is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed.
This is the Ernst/Susie Morton plate commemorating Spock. It bears the Star Date 8402.15 (Feb. 15, 1984). The identification number is 5793. It is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed.
This is indeed a valuable plate! The Certificate of Authenticity states that this plate was limited to 10 firing days and then permanently closed forever! This beautiful, 24K gold-etched plate is the Eighth in the 20th anniversary Commemorative Collection by Susie Morton/Ernst, mint in original box, with a really LOW number -- 0306!
This is the Ernst/Susie Morton plate commemorating Chekov. It bears the Star Date 8412.15 (Dec. 15, 1984). The identification number is 3700. It is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed.
This is the Ernst/Susie Morton plate commemorating Sulu. It bears the Star Date 8406.10 (June 10, 1984). The identification number is 30065. It is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed.
This is the Ernst/Susie Morton plate commemorating Uhura, Star Date 8410.10 (Oct. 10, 1984). The identification number is 7961. This is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed
This is the Ernst/Susie Morton plate commemorating Leonard McCoy, Star Date 8404.01 (April 1, 1984). The identification number is 3475. It is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed.
Contrary to popular belief, no one ever said "Beam me up, Scotty" in the original series! The closest was, "Beam us down, Scotty." The reverse of this Ernst/Susie Morton plate has those words on it. This is Star Dated 8404.15 (April 15, 1984) and has the Identification number 31318. It is mint, in the original box andhas never been displayed.
Another valuable collectors' plate, this is the Fifth plate in the eight plate 20th anniversary Commemorative Collection by Susie Morton/Ernst, mint in original box, registration number 10447. Beautifully etched in 24K gold, this includes original Certificate of Authenticity, which states that this plate was limited to 10 firing days and then permanently closed forever!
Devil in the Dark
According to the inscription on the back, this is the Third in the series of eight plates commemorating the 20th anniversary of Star Trek. Yet, the Certificate of Authenticity claims it is the Fourth issue in the series! So which is it? Who knows? But your friends will be impressed with this rare blooper, as well as the beauty of this fine plate, depicting Spock mind-melding with the Horta. The Susie Morton/Ernst plate, no. 3764T, has a 24K gold border, is mint in original box and has never been displayed!
Beam Us Down Scotty
This is the Ernst/Susie Morton plate depicting Chief Engineer Scotty beaming down McCoy, Chekov, Kirk, Uhura, Spock and Sulu. It bears the Star Date 8504.15 (April 15, 1985). The identification number is 3669. It is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed.
Star Trek 25th Anniversary
Created by award-winning artist Thomas Blackshear, this Hamilton plate is etched in 24K gold and depicts all seven lead characters: Kirk, Spock, Scotty, McCoy, Chekov, Sulu and Uhura. Also seen are the U.S. S. Enterprise, a planet surface, and some planets in space! It was limited to a total of only 14 firing days. The back bears the Star Trek 25th anniversary logo. Original Certificate of Authenticity included. It is mint, in the original box and has never been displayed.
Journey to Babel
Another valuable collectors' plate, this is the Seventh plate in the eight plate 20th anniversary Commemorative Collection by Susie Morton/Ernst, mint in original box, LOW registration number 2785. Beautifully etched in 24K gold, this includes original Certificate of Authenticity, which states that this plate was limited to 10 firing days and then permanently closed forever!
A Piece of the Action
Another valuable collectors' plate, this is the Third plate in the eight plate 20th anniversary Commemorative Collection by Susie Morton/Ernst, mint in original box, registration number 10515. Beautifully etched in 24K gold, this includes original Certificate of Authenticity, which states that this plate was limited to 10 firing days and then permanently closed forever!
City on the Edge of Forever
From the most popular "Star Trek" episode of all time, this valuable collectors' plate is the Sixth plate in the eight plate 20th anniversary Commemorative Collection by Susie Morton/Ernst, mint in original box, LOW, LOW registration number 1685! Beautifully etched in 24K gold, this includes original Certificate of Authenticity, which states that this plate was limited to 10 firing days and then permanently closed forever!
The Trouble with Tribbles
Another valuable collectors' plate, this is the First plate in the eight plate 20th anniversary Commemorative Collection by Susie Morton/Ernst, mint in original box, registration number 2879 CP. Beautifully etched in 24K gold, this includes original Certificate of Authenticity and is one of the rarest and most desirable of "Star Trek" plates!
Another valuable collectors' plate, this is the Second plate in the eight plate 20th anniversary Commemorative Collection by Susie Morton/Ernst, mint in original box, registration number 10553. Beautifully etched in 24K gold, this includes original Certificate of Authenticity, which states that this plate was limited to 10 firing days and then permanently closed forever!
This is a rare plate indeed! The Ernst plate is 10 1/4 inches (all the others for sale are 8"), etched in gold, minted on Star Date 85006.13 (June 13, 1985) and has registration number 8387. Mint in the original box, it depicts all of the original cast members around the border. Included as part of the Certificate of Authenticity is a blueprint showing different elevations of the Starship Enterprise!
Captain Jean-Luc Picard
This Ernst plate was designed by Susie Morton in 1989 and has a LOW registration number of 1797. It was limited to 30 firing days. It is the only "Next Generation" plate I have, is mint in the original box and has never been displayed. Certificate of Authenticity included.