Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Red Glass Rock and Production Prints

Stock #20699

A piece of shattered red prop rock and two production prints from the production of Robert Wise’ 1979 sci-fi Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

This rock and others like it were made for the production and were seen early on in the movie, scattered across the set when Spock (Leonard Nimoy) seeks to complete his training to achieve ‘Kolinahr’, an ancient Vulcan ritual. The rock is made from a clear red-tinted resin that has been sheared off from a larger chunk with all the fascinating shapes that would be expected from the glass-like rock.

The prints are of the set and the actors who performed the scene, as well as various crew members and behind the scenes equipment that were of course eventually removed. Each long sheet includes handwritten notes in red pen, and have unfortunately suffered after their use in the production; both are slightly yellowed with age and have diagonal tears in the top left corner.

The prints are in very good condition but for the tear. The rock has some wear from production use and age, including scuffing and scratches, but overall it remains in a very good condition.

Materials: Paper, Card, Resin.

Item size - 16.54" x 33.46" x 1.18" (42.01cm x 84.99cm x 3cm)

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

This item is on consignment and is sold under the margin scheme for collector's items; no VAT is due.
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