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    The Visible Klingon by Dan Curry (Paramount, 1998). Near Mint+. Signed and Framed Giclée Print on Canvas (23" X 29"). From the collection of Dan Curry, long-running visual effects specialist for the Star Trek franchise.
    Certainly a fascinating item for any Trekkie based on the visuals alone, this print of The Visible Klingon by visual effects master Dan Curry is based off a painting originally made in 1998. The image was later used in the Star Trek: Enterprise episodes 4 x 15 "Affliction" and 4 x 16 "Divergence," in which a longstanding debate in the Star Trek fandom was finally put to rest: the canonical reason for the Klingon race to have such different physical characteristics in Star Trek: The Original Series and their portrayal in the rest of the franchise. Recreated in high detail on canvas and signed by the original artist in ink, this giclée print would be a coveted addition to any collection. It is in flawless shape, showing no signs of wear, and the frame is in excellent condition as well.


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