Star Trek™ HMS Bounty Klingon™ Bird-of-Prey Metal Ornament
Early script drafts of “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock” used Romulans in their classic Bird-of-Prey warship as the film’s antagonists. When later drafts swapped Klingons for Romulans, the ship’s designation as a Bird-of-Prey remained and the craft was redesigned to reflect Klingon technology. Put the fearsome-looking ship on display with this meticulously detailed Christmas tree ornament. PopMinded event exclusive—one of just 3,750 issued.
Designed by Jake Angell, this metal Keepsake Ornament comes pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Dated 2021 in copyright.
PopMinded™ event exclusive ornament and one of only 3,750 issued. Limited availability while supplies last, not available in stores.
Originally created for 2021 San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic Con and select events.
Metal Christmas tree ornament measures 4.5″ W x 0.58″ H x 2.89″ D.
Early script drafts of Star Trek III: The Search for Spock used Romulan in their classic Bird-of-Prey warship as the film’s antagonists. When later drafts swapped Klingons for Romulans, the ship’s designation as a Bird-of-Prey remained and the craft was redesigned to reflect Klingon technology. The fearsome-looking ship not only became popular with fans but also an iconic element of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture™ U.S.S. Enterprise™ NCC-1701 40th Anniversary Ornament With Lights
Regular price: $32.99
Available July 13, 2019
Carrying its crew on all-new voyages, the refit version of the U.S.S. Enterprise launched to face the cosmic entity known as V’Ger. Boasting updates to its warp nacelles and overall design, this Enterprise was introduced in 1979’s “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.” Commemorate the 40th anniversary of the film’s release with this Christmas tree ornament that features light (battery-operated).
* Magic Light Christmas tree ornament. Press the button on the ornament to see the ship light up. Battery operated. Requires three (3) LR41 batteries, included.
* This artist crafted Christmas tree ornament comes pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Dated 2019 in copyright.
* With unparalleled artistry and exceptional detail, each festive and collectible Keepsake Ornament is made for years of celebrations. From preserving precious memories to commemorating special milestones and interests, there’s a Hallmark ornament for everyone on your gift list.
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* Plastic Christmas tree ornament is lead-free and measures 2.6″ W x 1.32″ H x 5.7″ D.
When the U.S.S. Enterprise whisks its crew away from certain doom at the climax oh the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Captain James T. Kirk soon learns the grievous news that Spock, his revered first officer and trusted friend, has sacrificed his life to save the starship. Their farewell is still regarded among the most moving and iconic moments in all of Star Trek – even after more than three decades.
Klingons are the most ruthless and feared enemies of Starfleet, and the presence of these menacing warriors in space is made all the more fearsome by the ominous appearance of their battle cruisers. Expressly designed for war, the ships are equipped with powerful weaponry and defense systems including disruptors, photon torpedoes, and cloaking devices. Like a dangerous predator slyly lurking in the cold reaches of space, a Klingon battle cruiser is usually NOT a welcome sight for the crews of other Federation starships.
Press the button on the ornament to see the Klingon Battle Cruiserâs lights illuminate.
Box Text: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan finds the crew of the U.S.S. Reliant surveying the planet Ceti Alpha V for the Genesis Project…and getting much more than they bargained for. On that lifeless planet, they find the exiled Khan Noonien Singh, sworn enemy of Captain kirk. Seeking escape and revenge, Khan commandeers the Reliant and takes to space to hunt down Kirk. The ensuing battle between the Reliant and the Enterprise ends when Khan activates the Genesis Device in an attempt to annihilate both ships. Khan and the Reliant are destroyed, but the Enterprise narrowly escapes, voyaging boldly on toward its next adventure.
Box Text: A routine cruise turns deadly when the U.S.S. Enterprise is prematurely pressed into service to protect the secret “Project Genesis” experiment. Responding to an enigmatic call for help, Captain Spock offers his ship and eager but inexperienced crew to veteran commander Admiral James T. Kirk. Together they face an old enemy, Khan Noonien Singh, who lures Kirk into a battle of revenge. Khan is defeated, but not before unleashing the experimental Genesis Device, creating new challenges for the future of the Federation.
Press the button on the base of the ornament to activate the sights and sounds of an epic battle scene from one of the most action-packed STAR TREK films ever!
Box Text: Under the command of Captain James T. Kirk the starship U.S.S. ENTERPRISE NCC-1701-A was pressed into service to replace its namesake that was destroyed on a previous mission. Nearly identical to its predecessor, the ENTERPRISE-A was prematurely launched to intervene in a hostage situation on planet NIMBUS III, forcing the crew to complete vital systems while en route.
This Keepsake Ornament captures the classic, upgraded design of the legendary U.S.S> ENTERPRISE as it first appeared in STAR TREK feature films. The ship, with its lighted impulse engines and deflector dish, will be an exciting addition to your Starfleet.
To see the light feature, press the button next to the battery compartment on the bottom of the ornament. the lights will turn off automatically after 20 seconds.
Serial #: QXI6215
“I loved the very dramatic unveiling of that ship in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. I’ll never forget the awe I felt from seeing it on the big screen. That was the first time we ever had seen it like that, and it was detailed out for us to see in all its glory. Fans wanted it, too. There was a campaign petitioning Hallmark for several years requesting it. ‘You need to do that ship!’