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HMS Star Trek The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine Gallery
Page updated 5/07
From "Trials and Tribbleations," these are the classic communicators used by "Lieutenant" Sisko and crew aboard the original Enterprise
And the phasers for "Trials..." which unfortunately didn't see any close-ups
The "Spock-built"[tm:PPC] ray generator, also from "Trials and Tribbleations"
The Bajoran pistol and tricorder
The Klingon hypo, along with the drawing for it
From a Next Generation episode, this was the knife that Worf [with an irreparably damaged spinal column] had requested his son Alexander use on his father in ritual Klingon suicide
Two Bajoran ceremonial knives -- the one on the left is rubber
The Breen helmet
The Cardassian pistol and rifle
There is a picture of a copy of this prop in "Star Trek The Magazine" [the Dec. 1999 issue]; this is the original made by Mike Moore while he was at Prop'er Effects
This is Dr. Bashir's medical device for brain surgery, used in a heroic attempt to save Vedek Bareil's life
An assortment of pens from DS9
The Jem'Hadar pistols [master made by Max Cervantes]
With great ceremony, these vials of ketracel-white were handed out to the Jem'Hadar soldiers by their Vorta masters
Mike Moore working on a Bajoran Orb case
A collection of Odo's buckets
This was the device Garak uses on Odo to prevent him from changing back into his normal sticky-goo state, as a means of extracting information
The Romulan disruptor [made for The Next Generation] and the rifle, made for DS9; even though you didn't see the Romulans use it much -- it was best seen in the episode "The Magnificent Ferengi"
And speaking of the Ferengi, here's the Revised Rules of Acquisition, penned by the Grand Nagus himself while under the influence of a Bajoran Orb
In an early episode of DS9, Sisko becomes obsessed with making timepieces, this is one of them, made mostly of brass
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