5 - 7 October 2006
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THE BRIDGE COLLECTION
Seven costumes representing each principal member of the bridge crew from the original Star Trek, comprising: a cream-colored "Class-B" Reuben-style short-sleeved shirt, with epaulette tabs with Captain's stripes and loose bio-monitoring belt buckle, label inside inscribed W. Shatner -- believed worn by William Shatner in Star Trek: The Motion Picture; a black robe in two pieces, with loose decorative Vulcan symbols -- made for Leonard Nimoy in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan; a Star Trek II-style officer's burgundy uniform jacket and black pants, belt with Starfleet insignia buckle, with label inside inscribed Kelly De Forest -- believed to have been worn by DeForest Kelley as Dr. McCoy in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country; a black vest with burgundy imitation leather inserts, with Western Costume label inside inscribed James Doohan, with a cream-colored long-sleeved turtleneck shirt -- worn by James Doohan as Scotty in Star Trek III: The Search For Spock; a khaki-colored Class-D Starfleet women's jumpsuit with shoulder epaulettes, small bio-monitoring belt buckle and sewn-in boots, with Western Costume label inside inscribed Nichelle Nichols 1 -- made for Nichelle Nichols in Star Trek: The Motion Picture; a khaki Class-A officer's shirt, with loose bio-monitoring belt buckle and Western Costume label inside inscribed George Takei -- worn by George Takei as Lt. Commander Sulu in Star Trek: The Motion Picture; a tan-colored men's Starfleet uniform shirt with embroidered patch and bio-monitoring belt buckle, with Western Costume label inside inscribed George Takei -- made for Walter Koenig in Star Trek: The Motion Picture (31)
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