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    Keith Birdsong Star Trek: Voyages of the Star Ship Enterprise Plate Painting Original Art (Hamilton Collector, 1998). In another innovative move, Keith Birdsong produced this square painting which was used to produced four different square plates that could be fitted together to reform this image depicting four versions of the USS Enterprise. Included are the original NCC-1701, the 1701-Refit, the 1701-D (from ST:tNG), and the 1701-E. This galactic goody is produced in acrylic paint and color pencils on illustration board with an image area of 26.5" x 26.5". Signed by Birdsong in the lower right corner, this piece is in Excellent condition.

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