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    Star Trek 30th Anniversary Hand-Painted Limited Edition Cel #53/300, signed by William Shatner (Filmation/ Paramount, 1996). Most of the original main cast were recruited for the animated follow up to the legendary series. This incarnation was especially known for its strong story writing, eventually even winning an Emmy for the episode entitled, "How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth?". This excellent hand-painted limited edition cel celebrates that original show's thirtieth anniversary and features Spock, Captain Kirk, Scotty, Dr. McCoy, Lt. Uhura, Lt. Sulu, and Nurse Chapel. Signature of original star, William Shatner, is near top center. Official Star Trek commemorative seal from Paramount is included in bottom right corner. COA from American Royal Arts Corp is included. Piece is matted and framed, with Plexiglass. Matte opening is 15.5" x 13". In Fine condition.

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