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Keepsake Power Cord Details

Keepsake Power Cord (Required for Storytellers)

Regular price $14.99

Available July 9, 2022

Product Details

Bring your Magic Keepsake Ornaments to life with more power, more excitement and more fun! This special cord powers up to 7 ornaments or accessories. Works only with Keepsake Power Cord ornaments from 2017 and newer. This cord is required for our interactive Storytellers collections (ornaments each sold separately).

  • Christmas tree ornament electrical power supply cord.
  • Compatible only with Keepsake Power Cord ornaments from 2017 and newer. This cord is required for our interactive Storytellers collections. (Ornaments not included.)
  • Powers up to 7 of the compatible ornaments. Instructions included.
  • Plastic power supply cord is lead-free and measures 82.75″ L x 0.94″ H x 0.25″ D.

Artist Inspirations: Legends Series

The iconic poses found in the Hallmark Legends series can be found in Trek merchandise like character standees, trading cards, figures and posters.

Left: Cardboard Standee Cutout on Amazon.
Middle: 2016 Dave and Buster’s trading card.
Right: Uhura poster.

Many of the Hallmark Legends poses can be found in the Star Trek Quotable Notables Boxed Card Set that was first available on Amazon in 2017, the year after the final Legends ornament was released.

Send the coolest greetings with this Star Trek Quotable Noteables Boxed Card Set! Each boxed set includes cards and sticker sheets of your favorite Star Trek characters. 
Characters include: Kirk, Spock, Bones, Scotty, Uhura, Sulu, and Chekov. Box Contents: 7 Cards, 7 Envelopes, 7 Sticker sheets.

Star Trek Quotable Notables Boxed Card Set
Left: Season 3, Episode 14 “That Which Survives”
Middle: 2010 Hallmark Legends: Kirk.
Right: Star Trek Quotable Notables Boxed Set.
Left: Likely publicity still taken on the set during ”City on the Edge of Forever”.
Middle: 2012 Hallmark Legends: McCoy.
Right: Star Trek Quotable Notables Boxed Set.
Image from “City on the Edge of Forever”.
Left: Nichelle Nichols as Uhura in a 1966 publicity still, the Legends ornament has slightly less hair and missing the front overlap on her skirt.
Middle: 2015 Hallmark Legends: Uhura.
Right: Star Trek Quotable Notables Boxed Set.
Left: Season 2, Episode 2 ”Who Mourns for Adonis”
Middle: 2016 Hallmark Legends: Chekov.
Right: Star Trek Quotable Notables Boxed Set.

Four of the seven Legends ornaments share the same pose as those that can be found in Star Trek Notable Quotables Box Set but three Legends ornaments did not as you can see below.

Top Row: Star Trek Quotable Notables.
Bottom Row: 2011 Hallmark Legends: Spock , 2014 Hallmark Legends: Sulu, 2013 Hallmark Legends: Scotty.
Left: Season 1, Episode 8: “Miri”
Right: 2011 Hallmark Legends: Spock.
Left: Season 3, Episode 14 “That Which Survives”
Right: 2014 Hallmark Legends: Sulu.

Interestingly, both Kirk and Sulu in the Legends series were modeled after moments in the same episode when the away team visited a Moon-sized planet.

Left: Season 2, Episode 6 “The Doomsday Machine”.
Middle: From the game Star Trek Timelines.
Right: 2013 Hallmark Legends: Scotty.

Scotty seen holding a Trident Scanner which was used to repair power relays. 

The term “trident scanner,” was first described almost thirty years later, in the script for “Trials and Tribble-ations,” where the device is apparently named after its general shape, which resembles a trident.

Memory Alpha

I’ll take some of the credit/blame for the standees deviations! In the design phase, when I was asked about Spock, I said something to the effect of, “Can we please NOT have him just standing there doing the hand thing?” And we didn’t. I remember being asked what Scotty could be doing, and I suggested his use of the trident scanner; it’s my favorite of his engineering tools. As for the Sulu deviation, I’m pretty confident the decision was made early that Kirk would be the only one of the seven brandishing a hand phaser. We did want each of the Star Trek Legends appear to be actively doing something, so Sulu got a tricorder. I mean, legends don’t just stand there!

A closer look should show that of all our Star Trek ornaments, the percentage depicting the use or display of a weapon is pretty low. By my (quick) count, it’s only nine:

1996—Riker (phaser)

1999—Worf (bat’leth)

2010—Kirk and Spock (lirpa)

2013—Gorn and Kirk (stone dagger)

2018—Kirk and Sulu (épée), M’Ress and Arex (phaser)

2020—Sulu (dagger), Uhura (dagger)

2021—Chekov (phaser)

We prefer not to show weapons in our Star Trek ornaments but we will when we feel it adds to the storytelling aspect of a design. Note that in 2018, the Kirk design released that year by Hallmark Ornaments substituted a communicator for the phaser he typically carries in that stance of his Quogs design, a move that was intentional on our part. Not familiar with Star Trek Quogs? Check out this link from 2009—you’ll even see the greeting card we did with them.

-Kevin Dilmore, February 22, 2022

Note: 2019—Transporter (Kirk, Spock and McCoy with phasers)

Fourth 2011 Defiant Available *SOLD*

February’s fourth 2011 Defiant has become available for purchase on eBay.

Recent 2011 Defiant eBay Listings

Date SoldAmountShippingTotalSeller
December 10, 2021$1,899.99$0.00$1,899.99Unknown 
February 4, 2022$1,899.95$39.95$1,939.90dus115
February 9, 2022$1,899.95$39.95$1,939.90dus115
February 12, 2022$1,799.95$39.95$1,839.90dus115
February 21, 2022 *UPDATED*$1200.00$29.95$1,229.95dus115
HallmarkStarTrekOrnaments.com is not associated with this sale.

Update:

Price reduced to $1,664.00 with new offer.
Relisted price after ending unsold.
Price reduced to $1195.95 with new offer.
Relisted price after ending unsold (2/20).

Another Uhura Gold Available on eBay *SOLD*

It seems dus115 has yet another rare Hallmark ornament up on eBay. This is the seller’s fourth Uhura Gold to go along with the three 2011 Defiants that have been put up for auction in 2022 alone.

Recent Uhura Gold eBay Listings

Date SoldAmountShippingTotal
November 30,2021Unspecified
December 6, 2021$1,275.00$9.99$1,284.99
January 17, 2022$1,815.00$39.95$1,854.95
February 4, 2022$1,975.00$39.95$2,014.95
February 9, 2022$1,650.00$39.95$1,689.95
Hallmark 2009 SDCC Keepsake Ornament Lieutenant Uhura Star Trek COLORWAY Limited Only 450 produced Very Rare ornament. Ornament mint, ornament box in excellent condition (see pictures). Please ask any questions you may have before purchasing.

Ornament will be packed well in sturdy box. Shipped priority mail insured signature required.

I ship within a day of payment except for weekends and holidays.

UPDATE:

The eBay offering ended without a buyer. The ornament was relisted for $125 less.

Price reduced to $1290.00.
Best offer accepted.

Busy Week for Rare Event Exclusives *SOLD*

Two Uhura Golds and two 2011 Defiants were sold this week on eBay by an individual (dus115) out of Valparaiso, Florida. Together, the four ornaments sold for nearly $7,500.

Hallmark 2009 SDCC Keepsake Ornament Lieutenant Uhura Star Trek COLORWAY Limited Only 450 produced Very Rare ornament. Ornament mint, ornament box in excellent condition (see pictures).
Feb 9th auction description:
Hallmark 2011 Keepsake Ornament SDCC NYCC Star Trek U.S.S. DEFIANT Mint in excellent condition box. This is a rare hard to find ornament. 

Ornament mint. Ornament box in excellent condition see pictures. Any questions please contact me before purchase.

This is second defiant I’m selling.

This Hallmark Keepsake ornament was originally offered at the 2011 New York Comic Con.

“Celebrate the 45th Anniversary of Star Trek with a Hallmark Keepsake ornament of the U.S.S. Defiant from “The Tholian Web.” Features luminescent paint that allows the ornament to glow green in the dark.”

LIMITED QUANTITY: ONLY 700 PRODUCED!!

I did just sell two. Same buyer. I will put another up for sale soon.

-dus115

2011 USS Defiant Available on eBay *SOLD*

HallmarkStarTrekOrnaments.com is affiliated with this auction.
Hallmark 2011 Keepsake Ornament SDCC NYCC Star Trek U.S.S. DEFIANT Mint in excellent condition box. This is a rare hard to find ornament. 

Ornament mint only taken out of box for inspection and photos. Ornament box in excellent condition see pictures. Any questions please contact me before purchase.

This Hallmark Keepsake ornament was originally offered at the 2011 New York Comic Con.

“Celebrate the 45th Anniversary of Star Trek with a Hallmark Keepsake ornament of the U.S.S. Defiant from “The Tholian Web.” Features luminescent paint that allows the ornament to glow green in the dark.”

LIMITED QUANTITY: ONLY 700 PRODUCED!!

Ornament will be packed well in sturdy box and shipped within a day of payment except for weekends and holidays. Shipping will be USPS priority mail insured with signature required. I ship only to lower 48 states.

UPDATE:

An offer of $1,650 was sent out to those who had ”watched” the auction.

SECOND UPDATE:

2011 Defiant sold for original asking price of $1899.95 plus $39.95 shipping.

2011 Glow In The Dark Defiant Sells on eBay *SOLD*

Limited to a run of 700, the 2011 Defiant isn’t as rare as the 2009 Uhura Gold (450 units) but may be more in demand. The glow in the dark ornament doesn’t show up on second hand resell sites as often as the Uhura Gold, although one did sell in December for $1,899.99. One factor leading to the Defiant’s scarcity, there is a subset of Star Trek ornament collectors that only collect Hallmark’s ships and do not collect the Star Trek figures. And it doesn’t hurt that the Defiant has cool, glow in the dark action!

Sold December 10, 2021 for $1899.99.

2009 Uhura Gold Sells on eBay *SOLD*

A 2009 Uhura Gold Special Event Edition ornament sold for $1815.00 (with $39.95 shipping) on January 17, 2022. The seller was originally asking $2095.00 when the eBay offering first launched. The rare Uhura Gold ornament had a limited quantity of 450 when it was originally released.

Sold January 17, 2022 for $1854.95 (with shipping).

This latest Uhura Gold ornament was the third sold on eBay in the past three months.

Sold December 6, 2021 for $1284.99.
Sold November 30, 2021 for an unspecified amount.

UPDATED: Last Two Star Trek Storytellers Available in July 2022


UPDATE: There has been a correction to this since it was posted. Hallmark announced that McCoy will be released in October and not July as the Instagram post indicated.

Hallmark is releasing both of the final Storyteller ornaments in July this year instead of splitting them up between summer and fall like years past. July will bring us McCoy and Scotty to round out the Mirror, Mirror Storytellers series. The Enterprise tree topper, Kirk, Spock, Uhura, Sulu, Chekov will all be available for the last time in Hallmark stores this year.

2022 Leonard McCoy Stiryteller.
2022 Montgomery Scott Storyteller.

Sneak Peek Week: Star Trek on 1/17/22

Hallmark has announced a Sneak Peek Week with Star Trek leading things off on Monday. The week’s previews consist of ”Keepsake ornaments, itty bittys and gift releases”. What does that mean for our beloved Star Trek franchise? It will likely be a more formal introduction of the final two Storyteller ornaments, Dr. Leonard McCoy and Lt. Commander Montgomery Scott, which we previewed in November. Stay tuned!

2022 McCoy and Scotty Storyteller Ornaments

Hallmark 2009 SDCC Lt. Uhura Gold Uniform Variant on eBay *SOLD*

The increasingly rare Uhura ornament in her gold uniform is currently up for sale on eBay. The 2009 Special Event Edition ornament was limited to just 450 pieces and is currently listed at $2,095. The ornament is a repaint of the widely available 2007 Uhura dressed in red ornament.

The gold uniform, worn by Nichelle Nichols, can be seen in “Mudd’s Women” (S:1,E:6) and “The Carbonite Maneuver” (S:1, E:10).

Hallmarkstartrekornaments.com is not affiliated with this auction.

Revised pricing.

Hallmark Star Trek Display #292

I snapped this picture before putting the ornaments away for the year. All ten limited edition ornaments.

Top row: 2016 Maxine (Qty 100), 2020 Tribble (Qty 3350), 2017 Damaged Enterprise C (Qty 3325), 2009 Gold Uhura (Qty 450), 2011 Glow-in-the-dark Defiant (Qty 700)
Bottom row: 2021 HMS Bounty (Qty 3750), 2016 Painted pilot Enterprise (Qty 3450), 2013 Damaged Kelvin (Qty 1575), 2019 ISS Enterprise (Qty 3475), 2018 Arex & M’Ress (Qty 2800)