Category Archives: Star Trek: The Experience

Star Trek: The Experience Ornament On eBay

An increasingly rare Star Trek: The Experience ornament is available to purchase on eBay. The seller appears to have multiple copies and is asking a fair price for the Las Vegas ornament.

Check out the complete line of Star Trek: The Experience’s 15 ornaments.

An Intergalactic Exclusive
2008 Star Trek Experience 3.5″ Christmas Ornament
 Never Released Prototype 


This ornament was designed and a small quantity were produced for the 2008 for the Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas.  Unfortunately the Experience closed before these were delivered or sold.  We purchased a small quantity of these in 2008 from the producer.  

Update:

After just one day, the remaining two ornaments now have an asking price of $59.95.


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Star Trek: The Experience Stocking For Sale

An eBay auction is currently underway for a Star Trek: The Experience Christmas stocking. The auction ends Saturday with a current bid of $52.68 and $12.05 shipping.

STAR TREK 1998 Las Vegas Hilton. 1998 Las Vegas Hilton Star Trek experience store. I Purchased this new at the Hilton in 1998 has never been used always stored. This is a very nice piece. See pics.  I am the original buyer. This is from my personal collection. 

HallmarkStarTrekOrnaments.com is not associated with this sale.

Update:

Unsold and relisted at $48.68 And $12.05 shipping.

Nation’s Treasures: Starfleet Academy Ornament

CBS Studios Star Trek Ornament – Starfleet Academy, 3” on each side, sold for $35.55 on 10.15.20.

The Academy motto was “Ex Astris, Scientia“, meaning “from the stars, knowledge” in Latin. The ancient Romans usually did not use verbs in inscriptions, so it would be better translated as “knowledge comes from the stars”. According to Michael Okuda, the motto was inspired by a quotation on the Apollo 13 mission patch, “Ex luna, scientia“. The Apollo 13 quote was itself a paraphrase of the motto of the United States Naval Academy, “Ex Scientia Tridens,” which means “from knowledge, seapower.”

The initially shown version “Ex Astra, Scientia” was grammatically wrong, as the preposition “ex” requires the ablative case “Astris“. According to Michael Okuda, six months after “The First Duty” aired he received a letter from a Latin Professor at Brown University pointing this out. This error was corrected for later appearances and also in the remastered Blu-ray edition of TNG.

There have been three versions of the Academy logo. The first version being the original logo seen in “The First Duty”, with the Latin grammar error. The second was seen only briefly behind Harry Kim’s interrogation in the alternate timeline in “Non Sequitur”. This logo had the updated Latin phrase and the rays of light had been inverted when compared to the original, with the outer border changing to a shade of pink rather than a red. The third logo debuted shortly thereafter with an updated Starfleet insignia and the border returning to a shade of red.

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