A current eBay auction has a set of three classic Hallmark Star Trek ornaments that have been heavily modified to give an impressive post-battle look. The custom war-torn set includes the 1993 Enterprise D, 1994 Klingon Bird-of-Prey, and 1998 Enterprise E with a minimum bid of $99.00 and $11.57 shipping.
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Game includes * Tilt Topper Topper * Color LCD DMD * Black Nickel Chromed ramps and phaser * LEDs * Spotlights and LEDS strips in back and under apron * Cannons, Romulan Ship and Borg Ship painted by Back Alley Creations * Hallmark ornament replacement for shuttlecraft and Klingon ship * Diecast Enterprise * Several Micromachine spacecraft * Plastic protectors * Tie back mod completed * Pinnovators subwoofer board * Game blades * Decals on targets
On the white insert above the Holodeck light at the right, there is a slight blemish on the mylar that can be seen with the game off.
Topper is powered separately through a 12 volt plug.
Hallmark Star Trek Enterprise 1991 with custom display stand & power adapter. This is the rare 1st Star Trek Hallmark ornament. I’m including a custom display stand the allows you to display the ornament AND power the lights. The ornament is new and unused. the box has a slight crease/dent at the top.
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For year’s Star Trek fans have been adorning their Christmas tree’s summit with custom made insignia toppers, repurposed Star Trek items and licensed but off-brand pieces.
When Hallmark’s Star Trek Enterprise tree topper premieres next July we will finally have an “official” tree topper that has been 30 years in the making.
The Enterprise tree topper will also be in the Storytellers series and will communicate with other ornaments to retell the classic Mirror, Mirror episode.
The starship topper comes with a $119.95 price tag but unlike a traditional ornament there is only room for one tree topper on your Christmas tree so the 2020 release is likely to be the only topper we ever see from Hallmark.