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    Star Trek Hangar Bay Pan Production Cel Setup (Filmation, 1973). Fascinating. That's correct, Mr. Spock -- it's the hangar bay from the 1973 Filmation Star Trek animated series! And it's packed to the deck! There are five heavy shuttles visible (#12, 9, 3, and 4 for sure), some kind of personal shuttle, and even a stray Klingon cruiser floating around! This is a hand-painted Master Pan production background with 6 cels on top of it! It's fully loaded! This multi-cel setup is 36" x 10". One of the cels is an 8" tall cel of Spock that was added for presentation purposes. Amazing detail on the hangar bay. Some minor handling, fold and curl in some cels. Spock has some small residue on the bottom edge of figure. Overall setup is in Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2014
    1st-2nd Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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