Galaxy Quest

Lot # 297 - Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction - Protector II Ship Maquette

Stock #81040

A maquette of the Protector II from Dean Parisot's sci-fi comedy Galaxy Quest. Maquettes are used to visualise CGI elements and act as reference to various departments involved in the creation of the film.

In the fictional backstory for the Galaxy Quest show, the design was supposedly based on a broken upper rim of a tennis racket, the result of a frustrating tennis match for the show's maligned art director Geoff Walters. The space-faring intergalactic ship was built by the Thermians to be identical to the fictional NSEA Protector, which actor Jason Nesmith (Tim Allen) and his "crew" flew on TV.

Cast from resin and painted grey, the ship has two cream resin engine vents glued to the front and features a number of pencil-drawn features. It remains in very good condition and is presented on a custom-made posable stand. Dimensions (displayed): 33 cm x 33 cm x 25 cm (13" x 13" x 9 3/4")

£800 - 1,200 † Δ

Item size - 12.99" x 12.99" x 9.84" (33cm x 33cm x 25cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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