Complete List of Ornaments (1991-2023)


001. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701   
This unique ornament, with its bright blinking lights, commemorates the 25th anniversary of STAR TREK and celebrates the holiday season.   


002. Shuttlecraft Galileo   
Includes lights and a voice clip of Spock.   A fascinating lighted ornament! This shuttlecraft from the original STAR TREK TV program brings you Mr. Spock’s holiday message as it fills your Christmas with Keepsake Magic. To hear Spock’s message, press the button labeled “Press Here” on the bottom of the shuttlecraft. Ornament plugs easily into any of the light bulb sockets on a miniature tree light string.


003. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D   
The U.S.S. Enterprise from the TV program STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, voyages to your galaxy to light up your tree.  This unique starship, with its blinking and glowing lights, will fill your holiday with Keepsake Magic!


004. Klingon Bird-of-Prey    
IT’S THE KLINGONS! Shields up, and red alert! Just kidding – the Klingon’s are now allies with the United Federation of Planets … or are they??? The 1994 Klingon Bird of Prey Hallmark ornament is modeled after the imposing Klingon space vessels from the hit television series: STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION. With this fierce battleship orbiting around your tree, you had better notify Starfleet Command to send help immediately, just in case the Klingon commander has something up his sleeve. This meticulously detailed Klingon starship features automatically and continuously flickering and glowing lights from the front torpedo launcher and the rear engines.  You can plug this ornament into any miniature light bulb socket on a standard miniature Christmas tree light string, or plug it into the Hallmark Legacy Cord (sold separately).      


005. The Ships of Star Trek     
This set of three miniature Hallmark ornaments feature smaller versions of previously released Hallmark keepsake ornaments – The Starship Enterprise from the original TV series, U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D, and the Klingon Bird of Prey from Star Trek: The Next Generation. These miniature ornaments can hang independently, or be hung from the 2001 Space Station Deep Space Nine Hallmark ornament. When combined with the 2001 Starfleet Legends, you can create your own miniature Star Trek fleet.

006. Romulan Warbird   
It’s the season of Peace!  And here, arriving on a friendly mission, comes the “Romulan Warbird” from the television series, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION.  This intricately detailed starship with its glowing green lights will fill your holiday with Keepsake Magic! Starship with glowing green lights.   

007. Captain Jean-Luc Picard   
Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) was among the youngest Starfleet officers ever to command a starship.  He appeared for seven seasons in STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION on television, and made his feature film debut as Captain Picard in 1994. Look for Captain Picard’s counterpart, Captain James T. Kirk from the original STAR TREK television series, in the 1995 Keepsake Ornament Collection at your Hallmark retailer.   

008. Captain James T. Kirk   
Captain Kirk (William Shatner) commanded the Enterprise through three seasons (79 episodes) of STA on television, beginning in 1966, and has appeared in seven feature films thus far. 
You can also find Captain Kirk’s counterpart, Captain Jean-Luc Picard from STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, in the 1995 Keepsake Ornament Collection at your Hallmark retailer.   


009. U.S.S. Voyager   
A unique ornament!  This highly detailed design celebrates the adventures of the Starfleet crew and their unexpected shipmates, the Maquis.  Now 70,000 light years from home, they explore the far-flung reaches of the galaxy and continues to search for a way home.  The glowing lights of the U.S.S. Voyager remind us that hope shines brightest during the holidays.  

010. Star Trek 30 Years   
U.S.S. Enterprise and Galileo Shuttlecraft in die-cast metal.  This Star Trek Hallmark Ornament features sound: A starfleet communicator as it is opened, as used by Enterprise crew members on the hit television show, followed by the voice of William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, and his famous opening for the show: “Space… the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: To explore strange new worlds… to seek out new life and new civilizations… to boldly go where no man has gone before…”.   

011. Commander William T. Riker     
WILLIAM T. (WIL) RIKER, Born: Valdez, Alaska, Planet Earth, Graduate:  Starfleet Academy, Rank:  Executive Officer of the fifth Federation starship to carry the name U.S.S. Enterprise, a 24th-century Starship assigned to Deep Space exploration. Famous Words:  “Permission to speak candidly?”  Also, “Away team, set phasers on stun.” Chosen to serve as “Number One” aboard the Enterprise by Captain Jean-Lu Picard, Cammander Riker (Jonathan Frakes) delights in taking on challenges.  He once volunteered for an assignment on a Klingon Bird-of-Prey. Look for Commander Riker’s counterpart, Mr. Spock, from the original STAR TREK television series, in the 1996 Keepsake Ornament Collection at your Hallmark retailer.   

012. Mr. Spock   
Born: Planet Vulcan. Mother: Amanda Grayson, a human. Father: Sarek, A Vulcan diplomat. Graduate: Starfleet Academy. Rank: Science Officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise, a 23rd-century Federation Starship. Famous words: “Highly illogical”. Also, “Live long and prosper”. Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy) served as the number-two ranking officer aboard the Starship Enterprise under Captains Christopher Pike and James T. Kirk. Stronger than humans, he was a master of the Vulcan mind-meld. He appeared in three season of STAR TREK on television beginning in 1966, as well as in six feature films. You can also find Mr. Spock’s counterpart, Commander William T. Riker from STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, in the 1996 Keepsake Ornament Collection at your Hallmark retailer.   


013. U.S.S. Defiant   
A unique ornament – This powerful ship is stationed at Deep Space Nine, perhaps the most exciting post in the quadrant.  The blinking lights signal a greeting from the crew – adding a bit of Keepsake Magic to your holidays!

014. Dr. Leonard H. McCoy    
“I’m a doctor – not a bricklayer”. These are the famous words of Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy, the Chief Medical Officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Although the colorful doctor has the best sick bay in all of Starfleet at his disposal, he seems most comfortable being a simple doctor and genuinely seems to help healing the sick – although his comments about the 1990s being “the dark ages” in Star Trek iV were quite humerous when he spoke to a patient about kidney dialysis. However, this 1997 Hallmark ornament depicts a rather ironic view of Dr. McCoy (played by actor DeForrest Kelly), as it has him inside of a transporter – a device that the doctor hates to use. Dr. McCoy appeared in the original TV series and the six feature films, and also made an appearance as an admiral on Star Trek: The Next Generation. His parting words to Commander Data (about the Enterprise) were: “Treat her like a lady, and she’ll always bring you home”. Dr. McCoy was also quite a cook, according to his friend James (Jim) Kirk – who asked for his “secret ingredient” – which happened to be Tennessee Whisky – while they were camping after the good captain fell off of a huge mountain in Star Trek V.   

015. Commander Data   
Born: Omicron Theta Colony. Graduate: Starfleet Academy. Rank: Lt. Commander of the 24th-century starship, the U.S.S. Enterprise. Famous Words: “I am superior, Sir, in many ways, but I would gladly give it up to be human.” An android created by Dr. Noonen Soong, Data has been declared a “free, independent , and autonomous life-form” by the United Federation of Planets.  His efforts to become human include acquiring a pet cat, which he named “Spot”, and trying his hand at humor (“a difficult concept”).    


016. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-E   
A unique ornament – featuring the
U.S.S. Enterprise-E NCC-1701-E from Star Trek: First Contact.  Under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the crew of the 24th-century Starship Enterprise is traveling back in time to the 21st century.  There, they’ll confront the biggest threat to the Star Trek universe – the Borg, whose actions would alter history and turn Earth into a Borg colony.  The U.S.S. Enterprise seen in the movie is the sixth starship in the history of the Federation to carry the proud name EnterpriseThe front deflector shield as well as both warp engines and the impulse engines are lighted.   

017. Captain Kathryn Janeway     
Captain Kathryn Janeway (played by actress Kate Mulgrew) is featured in the 1998 Star Trek Hallmark ornament. Captain Janeway is in command of the Federation Starship U.S.S. Voyager, and is hurled into an exciting and terrifying adventure in the Delta Quadrant, along with the rest of her crew and some Marquis that she picked up along the way. As she and the crew of voyager strive to find a way back to Earth, they encounter a wide variety of different species and obstacles, but none more treacherous than the Borg. With technology that Captain Janeway sent herself from the future, she is able to defeat the vile Borg queen, and use one of the Borg conduits to get Voyager and her crew back to Earth. We later discover that Captain Janeway is promoted to Admiral, most likely for her heroic deed by destroying the biggest enemy that the Federation had ever faced, and under the most dire of situations.


018. Runabout U.S.S. Rio Grande   
A unique ornament – The runabout U.S.S. Rio Grande assigned to space station Deep Space Nine in the Alpha Quadrant, is beaming a greeting to Earth.  You’ll hear the voice of Strategic Operations Officer Worf (Michael Dorn).  Worf is the first Klingon to serve in Starfleet.  Here are his words:  “I wish you a most honorable holiday.  Qapla’!” (The expression Qapla’! is the Klingon way of wishing you “Success!”) To hear Worf speak, press button on bottom of ornament.  The message will play through one time and stop automatically.

019. Worf   
Worf, the first Klingon to serve as a Starfleet officer, served as a Lieutenant on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, and quickly climbed through the ranks to become a Lieutenant Commander, as the Operations Officer on Deep Space Nine, under the command of Captain Benjamin Sisko. Born on the Klingon Homeworld, the eldest son of Mogh, Worf was raised by humans because his family was killed at the Battle of Kittamer when the Romulans destroyed the Klingon outpost because they were betrayed by the Duras family. After accepting discommendation, Worf eventually regained the honor of his family by killing Duras with his Bat’leth – the same weapon his father once used, as featured in this Star Trek Hallmark Ornament. Worf, like most Klingons, values of honor and loyalty above all else, as demonstrated by his most famous quote from Star Trek: The Next Generation, where he said: “If winning is not important, then why keep score?” … spoken like a TRUE Klingon

020. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (Blown Glass)   
Features a low relief version of the USS Enterprise on one side, and the Star Trek title on the reverse.   

021. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701     
Beginning in 1998, the United States Postal Service issued its largest-ever series of commemorative postage stamps.  By the time the program is completed in 2000. A total of 150 designs will have been released, providing a decade-by-decade look at significant personalities and events of the 20th Century. Authentic reproductions of six noteworthy designs are featured in the 1999 Keepsake Ornament line.  Each one is showcased in its own unique frame that enhances  the artwork and the enjoyment of the familiar images.  Ideal for holiday or year-round decorating, or to display with a collection of Celebrate the Century commemorative stamps, these ornaments will be cherished well into the next century. Contains a ceramic reproduction of US Postal Service USS Enterprise postage stamp.     


022. Borg Cube   
This 2000 Star Trek Hallmark ornament features the vehicle of choice for every Star Trek fan’s favorite race of atomatons – the Borg. Light glows eerily and steadily from within the Borg Cube when it is plugged into a light string or Hallmark Ornament Legacy Cord. To hear “We are the Borg. Enjoy your Holidays. Resistance is futile.” As only the Borg can deliver it, press the button located on the side of the Borg Cube Hallmark Ornament. You can plug this ornament into any miniature light bulb socket on a miniature Christmas tree light string, or plug it into the Hallmark Legacy Cord (sold separately).   

023. Seven of Nine    
Born: Annika Hansen.  Human, daughter of noted scientists.  Tendra Colony, 2348. Assimilated: Became a Borg drone at the age of six. Rank: Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero One, assigned as Borg liaison to Starfleet Captain Kathryn Janeway in early 2374. Currently: Crew member aboard Federation Starship U.S.S. Voyager in Delta Quadrant. Seven of Nine was the only surviving drone of the Borg Cube that attempted to assimilate the Federation Starship Voyager.  With the help of the Voyager crew, Seven gradually regained a nearly human appearance and adopted more human values – even taking pride in her own individuality and becoming a member of the crew.   

024. Lieutenant Commander Worf     
More than a century ago, in the days when Christmas trees were lighted with real candles for brief, magical moments, European craftsmen began producing beautiful ornaments of blown glass.  These treasures, called kugels, were known affectionately as “tree jewelry”. 
Today the artistry of hand-blown glass ornaments is being rediscovered and given new importance at the holiday season.  Whether you display these lovely treasures on your tree or mantel or feature them in a centerpiece, you and your guests will enjoy their elegance, shimmering beauty, and brilliant colors.  Each ornament has been individually hand-blown and meticulously painted by hand. The Hallmark Crown Reflections Collection…celebrating a time-honored art form that becomes even more precious as our world looks forward to the drawing of a new century. Inspired by Worf – The legendary Klingon who serves as Strategic Operations Officer on STAR TREK Deep Space Nine.   


025. Space Station Deep Space Nine    
This 2001 Star Trek Hallmark ornament is a battery operated ornament with display base that features sound and light. Space Station Deep Space Nine, under the command of Captain Benjamin Sisko, orbiting the planet of Bajor, is the gatekeeper for the worm hole that leads to the Gamma Quadrant. Because of the danger that the wormhole presents, the station has become the permanent home of the U.S.S. Defiant. This Star Trek Hallmark ornament can become very impressive when displayed with the miniature starships of the Starfleet Legends or Ships of Star Trek sets (sold separately). When this Star Trek Hallmark Ornament is plugged into its round display base, you can hear Captain Sisko’s farewell toast: “To the best crew a Captain ever had: No matter what the future holds, no matter how far we travel … a part of us will always remain here, on Deep Space Nine.” Requires two 1.5V AAA batteries.     

026. Startfleet Legends   
Many of the greatest adventures in Starfleet Command history took place on board the three ships reproduced in the miniature ornament set. Scaled to hang perfectly from this year’s STAR TREK: Deep Space Nine Space Station Ornament, this set would make a stellar addition to a miniature tree as well.

027. Captain Benjamin Sisko   
Captain Benjamin Sisko, featured in this Hallmark Ornament, has his handsful, as a father (to his son, Jake Sisko), as Captain of Deep Space Nine and the U.S.S. Defiant, and as Emissary of the Prophets for the people of Bajor. And even though this takes up a considerable amount of his time, as does the shannanagins of the local bar tender, Quark, Captain Sisko still has time to enjoy his favorite pastime – baseball.  

028. ‘Q’     
Inspired by Q – the powerful and sometimes playful entity from the Q continuum who has the ability to cause chaos in the galaxy, interrupt activities aboard the U.S.S.  Enterprise NCC-1701-D, and interfere with the lives of crew members. Blown glass.   


029. Delta Flyer   
Featuring Light and Voice! 
A unique ornament! The Delta Flyer was originally intended as a space-faring “hot rod” by a crew member known for his keen interest in 20th-century automobiles. Later, as numerous crew members collaborated on design and construction, their diverse backgrounds were reflected in the technologically advanced shuttlecraft. This Keepsake Ornament adds a bit of magic to your holidays with its red and blue lights – and a message from the captain of the U.S.S. Voyager: “This is Captain Janeway of the Federation Vessel Delta Flyer. We are on a mission of peaceful exploration.” To hear Captain Janeway’s message, press the sound button located beneath the front of the ship. The message will play through one time and stop automatically.     

030. Enterprise NX-01     
Are humans ready to explore deep space?  The Vulcans have their doubts, but in the year 2151, Captain Jonathan Archer assembles an eager crew – including one Vulcan officer – to inaugurate a new era of discovery.  The days ahead will be filled with wonder, excitement, and danger. 
“Starfleet seems to think we’re ready to begin our mission”, the Captain tells his crew in the first episode of this latest Star Trek adventure.  It is the prequel to the legendary Star Trek universe, the story of galactic explorers in the first starship named Enterprise. “Prepare to break orbit…and lay in a course,” the Captain continues.  “Take her out, Mr. Mayweather…straight and steady.” To hear the Captain speaking, press the button on the top of the display base.   

031. The Doctor    
Emergency Medical Hologram, U.S.S. Voyager.  Famous words: “Please state the nature of your medical emergency.”  Long-range Starfleet vessels are equipped with an EMH, or Emergency Medical Hologram in humanoid form, capable of treating any known disease or injury.  When the U.S.S. Voyager was stranded and its medical crew killed, the ship’s emergency “Doctor” answered the call.   His computer program ran continuously and adapted to new situations.  Over time, the Doctor developed a unique personality and came to be regarded as a valued member of the crew.   


032. The Scorpion   
Abducted and imprisoned on a hostile alien starship, Captain Jean-Luc Picard is freed by Commander Data in disguise.  Together they battle their way through the corridors of the huge vessel into a shuttle bay, where they discover a fleet of Scorpion attack flyers.  Unable to open the shuttle doors, their only means of escape is for Captain Picard to pilot a Scorpion through the twisting interior of the ship to freedom. This Keepsake Ornament features glowing lights on the Scorpion’s wing panels and exhaust port as well as in the landing lights.  The cockpit instrument panel is also lighted. Sculpted by Hallmark Keepsake Artists Lynn Norton and Anita Marra Rogers.   

033. Captain Jonathan Archer   
ENTERPRISE NX-01. Born: San Francisco, Earth. Rank: Captain, assigned to the 22nd century Federation starship ENTERPRISE NX-01. Charming, bold and intensely curious, Captain Archer is a born explorer.  He eagerly takes the helm of the revolutionary starship ENTERPRISE NX-01 and leads a brave crew of pioneers into deep space.   

034. Sub-Commandr T’Pol   
Name: T’Pol. Born: Vulcan. Rank: Sub-commander, Science Officer, assigned to ENTERPRISE NX-01. T’Pol has been assigned to ENTERPRISE NX-01 to oversee the humans’ progress in exploring deep space.  She is cautious and guarded around humans – like other Vulcans, she considers them to be primitive and irrational.  Still, she slowly develops a respect for Captain Archer and his crew.   


035. Vulcan Command Ship   
Vulcans were the first alien species to make contact when humans achieved the technology to travel to the stars.  The encounter was friendly, but as time passed, the Vulcans became paternalistic and controlling to protect their interests.  The ships of the Vulcan High Command are never far from the ENTERPRISE as it explores neighboring regions of the galaxy. This Keepsake Ornament is a ship from the Vulcan fleet that features their characteristic sleek dagger-like hull and upright ring design.  The bridge is lighted, and blue panels glow from inside the propulsion ring.  A small scout ship can be seen, docked in the aft section of the fuselage.   

036. Commander Trip Tucker     
Born:  North America, Earth. Rank:  Commander, Chief Engineer, assigned to the Starfleet starship ENTERPRISE NX-01. A gifted engineer, Trip Tucker is the right person to keep Enterprise NX-01 functioning perfectly and adapting its systems to the rigors of deep space exploration.  His friendly Southern manner masks an intense curiosity and his thirst for adventure when encountering alien cultures and technologies often leads to surprising consequences.   

037. “The City on  the Edge of Forever”    
When Dr. McCoy accidentally discovers a time portal called the Guardian of Forever, Kirk and Spock must go back in time and try to repair the damage to the flow of history. The ornament features three excerpts from the episode.  Press the pedestal next to the characters to hear the excerpts in random order.  Light flickers when the Guardian speaks. The words spoken by the two crew members and the Guardian are printed inside the box.   

038. STAR TREK Insignias   
These mini ornaments are reproductions of emblems from three different eras. The Command Insignia from STAR TREK the Original Series, the Communicator from the STAR TREK Movies, STAR TREK: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and STAR TREK: Voyager, and the insignia from ENTERPRISE.  


039. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A    
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.   

040. Khan   
Born: India, Earth. Genetically engineered superhuman, Late 20th Century. Introduced during the 1967 season of the STAR TREK television series, Khan was one of the show’s most notorious villains.  Overthrown during Earth’s Eugenic Wars, he and his followers escaped in a hastily launched sleeper vessel and drifted in space for more than a century before being discovered by the U.S.S. Enterprise. True to his nature, he plotted to take control of the ENTERPRISE, but was thwarted by Kirk and exiled to the planet Ceti Alpha V.   

041. Locutus of Borg   
Captain Jean-Luc Picard faces his worst nightmare – again. In STAR TREK: First Contact, Picard and crew of the ENTERPRISE are perhaps the only ones who can stop the Borg’s attempt to assimilate all of planet Earth. Having been previously abducted and transformed into “Locutus of Borg,” Picard struggles to defeat the demons that remain from his experiences with the Borg. The fate of Earth and all the peoples of the Federation are at stake. “Resistance is futile.” Or is it? This Keepsake Ornament features dialogue between Locutus and the Borg queen. Press the button on the side to hear one of four different parts of their conversations. The eerie lights of the regeneration chamber flash continuously.


042. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701     
A flagship of Starfleet, U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 embarked on its historic five-year mission in 2264. Commanded by Captain James T. Kirk, the STARSHIP ENTERPRISE transported us to the final frontier for unparalleled adventure. During their exploration, the ship and crew introduced us to life on new planets and unimaginable technologies. As an ambassador for Earth and the rest of the United Federation of Planets, the ENTERPRISE gave us an inspiring vision of the future. Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original Star Trek television series with this authentic representation of the first ship “to boldly go where no man has gone before.” To see this ornament come to life, place it on the included display stand. Press the button on the back of the stand to hear the theme song from the original TV series and see various lights on the ship illuminated. The lights will automatically turn off after 20 seconds. Battery operated. Batteries not included.   

043. The Transporter Chamber   
Aboard the USS ENTERPRISE NCC-1701, Captain Kirk, Science Officer Spock, and Chief Engineer Scott enter the transporter chamber. The crew members are then converted into a beam of energy and reassembled  in another location to begin their mission. No Starfleet vessel leaves spacedock without one.  Uses 3 AAA batteries.   


044. Future U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D   
A future version of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D appears in a space-time paradox where three separate time periods have collided.  Commanded by Admiral William T. Riker, the refitted Enterprise and officers are reunited with the former captain, Jean-Luc Picard.  Mankind’s existence is in the balance as the ships and crew from different eras join to battle the enemies of the Federation and the forces that caused their convergence.  Press the button on the bottom of the ornament to see the ship’s deflector dish and engines illuminate.   

045. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan   
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!   

046. Lieutenant Uhura (Red)     
“Hailing frequencies are open.”  From the command deck of the Starship Enterprise, Lieutenant Uhura breaks the silence of deep space.  As communications officer, she transmits messages in all the languages of the known galaxy.  Hers is often the first human voice to be heard by alien races in unexplored star systems.  Both Uhura’s name and her spirit reflect the Swahili word for “freedom.” This special edition ornament was issued in limited quantities and first available at the 2007 Keepsake Ornament Premiere event.   


047. “The Trouble with Tribbles”   
One of Star Trek’s most memorable episodes, “The Trouble With Tribbles,” first aired in 1967. The trouble with these soothing little fur balls is that the reproduce at warp speed and go boldly through Space Station K-7 eating anything that’s not nailed down – including an entire shipment of grain entrusted to Captain Kirk’s care! In the end, however, the tribbles – who hate Klingons – expose a Klingon agent who has poisoned the grain. As a parting gift, the remainder of them are beamed aboard the enemy ship, where Mr. Scott promises they’ll be “no tribble at all.” Press the button on the base of the ornament to hear Captain Kirk speak and see the troublesome tribbles fall from the overhead compartment.   

048. Communicator     
If you had to invent a futuristic communications device, what would it look like? decades before flip phones became commonplace, the visionary prop artists of STAR TREK created the convincing, portable, and highly desirable method for 23rd century Starfleet crew members to keep in touch with each other.  Its transmissions could cross great distances, and its functions included a locator that anticipated today’s GPS. Open the lid and press the buttons inside to the lights flash and hear portions of actual communicator conversations form the original STAR TREK television series.   

049. U.S.S. Reliant   
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.


050. Klingon Battle Cruiser   
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 Cruiser’s lights illuminate.   

051. “The Menagerie”   
Logic or loyalty? Spock remains true to both in The Menagerie,€a Star Trek original series two-parter from 1966. Written by series creator Gene Roddenberry, the award-winning episode incorporates pre-Kirk footage from an unaired installment that was originally set to be the pilot episode. Spock and Kirk find themselves at Starbase 11, where they meet Spock’s previous captain, Christopher Pike. Now burned and paralyzed from an accident, Pike can no longer walk or talk. Communicating with flashing lights controlled by his brainwaves, he can only answer yes or no, and Spock in the only one who can help him! His predicament and the mutinous lengths to which Spock will go for his former captain and friend lead to one of the series‘ most well-known adventures. Press the button on the ornament to hear Spock and Captain Kirk speak and see Captain Pike‘s light flash. Features Light and Sound Magic.   

052. Starfleet Phaser   
“Set phasers to stun.” Considering the alternatives, enemies of the Federation are lucky to hear this command from a Starfleet officer.  With additional settings that include overload, disintegrate, and kill, the phaser is the versatile – and powerful – standard issue weapon carried by Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise in the original STAR TREK television series.  Since then, versions of the phenomenally cool phaser have appeared in almost every STAR TREK incarnation.  Now, with this ornament, STAR TREK fans can spend the holidays with phasers set on “fun”!

053. Ilia Probe   
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) introduce Lieutenant Ilia, a bald and beautiful Deltan navigator serving aboard the Enterprise. When a mysterious and dangerous alien entity approaches Earth, Admiral Kirk resumes command of the intrepid starship and leads his former crew -along with newcomer Ilia and her former lover, Commander William Decker -on a mission to confront the unknown power. Once the crew makes contact, however, Ilia is abducted by the entity and replaced and replaced on the Enterprise with an identical robotic probe. Saddened by Ilia’s disappearance, Decker ultimately sacrifices himself and joins with the Ilia probe in a successful attempt to save the planet.
This special edition ornament was was issued in limited quantities and first available at the 2009 Ornament Debut event during the Keepsake Ornament Debut Weekend, October 10 & 11, 2009.   

054. Lieutenant Uhura     
“Hailing frequencies are open.”  From the command deck of the Starship Enterprise, Lieutenant Uhura breaks the silence of deep space.  As communications officer, she transmits messages in all the languages of the known galaxy.  Hers is often the first human voice to be heard by alien races in unexplored star systems.  Both Uhura’s name and her spirit reflect the Swahili word for “freedom.” Usually seen in “engineering and security” red. Lieutenant Uhura wore this striking “command” gold uniform in only one original episode, “The Carbonite Maneuver” (1966). This special event edition repaint of the 2007 Lieutenant Uhura limited quantity ornament was created for exclusive distribution at major collector events and conventions. San Diego Comic Con exclusive. Event edition limited to 450. Repaint of the Uhura sculpt first released in 2007.   


055. Legends Series #1: Captain James T. Kirk   
To boldly go where no man has gone before is not a task for the timid.  But the brash Capt. James T. Kirk has repeatedly proved himself to be the man for the job.  As the intrepid leader of the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Kirk has traveled across time and space discovering new civilizations, outmaneuvering enemies, and leaving his indelible mark on the Galaxy itself! Each of the ornaments in this new series will feature a different character from the original STAR TREK television series.   

056. “Amok Time”    
Kill a friend or be killed? This the dilemma Captain Kirk and Spock encounter in the popular 1967 Star Trek original series episode “Amok Time.” Compelled by the Vulcan time of mating, Pon farr, Spock returns home to be married, only to find his intended has other plans. Unexpectedly, she chooses Kirk as her champion, pitting the friends in a traditional  Vulcan battle … to the death! With a little medical trickery from Dr. McCoy, Spock appears to win the life-or-death struggle. Later, upon his return to the Enterprise, Spock happily discovers that Kirk is alive and well. Press the button on the ornament to hear music from this exciting scene!      

057. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 2.0   
In its maiden voyage in 2009’s Star Trek, the U.S.S. Enterprise responds to a distress call from the planet Vulcan.  Arriving to find the rest of the rescue fleet destroyed by Romulans, the Enterprise tries unsuccessfully to save the planet.  With Captain Christopher Pike held prisoner by the enemy and First Officer Spock emotionally compromised, the crew soon find themselves under the command of the brash young James T. Kirk,  The warp-speed action that follows is a baptism by fire for the Enterprise’s fledgling crew and an exciting Star Trek introduction to a new generation of fans.


058. Legends Series #2: Spock    
As first officer and science officer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, the ever resourceful Spock was frequently pressed into service to explore strange new worlds.  Captain James T. Kirk’s most trusted friend and adviser, Spock performed time and again as an invaluable member of the Enterprise crew.  Yet privately, he struggled in his efforts to suppress the emotions of his half-human heritage in keeping with the ancient, logic-based teaching of his home planet, Vulcan. Each ornament in this series features a different character from the original STAR TREK television series.   

059. “Mirror, Mirror”   
In “Mirror, Mirror” (1967), a transporter mix-up switches Captain kirk, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, and Lt. Uhura with their “evil twins” from a “Mirror Universe.” The crew members masquerade as their ruthless counterparts on the barbaric I.S.S. Enterprise until they make it back home with the assistance of a surprising ally, “Mirror Spock.” After discovering the switch through a mind-meld with McCoy, Spock helps put the alternate universes and their inhabitants back into logical order. Press the button on the ornament to hear dialogue from this exciting scene! Mirror Spock:  “Our minds are merging doctor. Our minds are one. I feel what you feel. I know what you know.”   

060. Romulan Bird-of-Prey   
A space vessel boasting 23rd-century technology as stealthy and cunning as the aliens aboard it, the Romulan Bird-of-Prey is one of the most intimidating ships ever to face the U.S.S. Enterprise under the command of Captain James T. Kirk.  Although its distinctive features are powerful energy plasma torpedoes, a cloaking device rendering it all be undetectable by Romulan enemies, and a hull decorated with a colorful bird from which the ship gets its name. Press the button on the ornament to see the Romulan Bird-of-Prey’s lights illuminate.   

061. U.S.S. Defiant NCC-1784    
Commissioned in the mid-23rd century, the U.S.S. Defiant served as one of 13 Constitution-class starships that explored strange new worlds on behalf of the United Federation of Planets.  In the classic Star Trek episode “The Tholian Web” (1968), the Defiant became trapped in an area of spatial interphase between universes, the properties of which gave the starship as eerie green glow before it was consumed by a rift to suffer an uncertain fate. This special edition ornament is one of 700 issued for and only available at the 2011 New York Comic-Con Event.   


062. Legends Series #3: Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy   
He called himself a simple country doctor, but time and again he proved himself to be one of the most valued medical minds in all of Starfleet. Straight from the U.S.S. Enterprise with hypospray in hand, Dr. McCoy comes ready for your tree as the third Keepsake Ornament in the Star Trek™ Legends series.   

063. “An Extraordinary Meeting”      
In the 2009 feature film Star Trek, Spock finds an unexpected and understanding ally in the form of his future self.  As the young Spock comes to grips with the death of his mother, the destruction of his home world, and the displacement of his people at the hands of a madman, the elder Spock reaches out with the support that no other being could offer. Press the button on the ornament to hear dialogue from this exciting scene!   

064. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D   
For twenty-five years, science fiction fans have enjoyed watching the 24th century adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D. This anniversary-edition Keepsake Ornament comes complete with a display base, so you can relive the excitement felt at hearing the opening music year after year. Attach ship to base and press button to hear Captain Picard’s monologue and music from the opening credits of STAR TREK: The Next Generation.   


065. Legends Series #4: Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott     
Keep the holidays running smoothly with the engineering “miracle worker” of the USS Enterprise, the 4th in our Star Trek Legends series.   

066. U.S.S. Kelvin   
While patrolling border space separating the United Federation of Planets and the adversarial Klingon Empire, the Starfleet Starship U.S.S. Kelvin engaged a hostile Romulan vessel as it emerged from a black hole. The resulting destruction of the Kelvin – and self-sacrifice of commanding officer George Kirk – provided the wildly exciting and emotionally stirring opening scenes of 2009’s Star Trek, which introduced a new generation of fans to Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future. Press the button to see the starship light up.   

067. “Arena”   
Relive the excitement of one of the most iconic moments in all of Star Trek—the struggle between Kirk and the Gorn, depicted in the 1967 episode Arena. Press the button to hear music and sound effects from this iconic scene with the Gorn!    

068. U.S.S. Kelvin – Battle Damaged   
This 2013 EVENT Hallmark ornament was made from the same mold as the U.S.S. Kelvin ornament that was offered in Hallmark Gold Crown stores during the 2013 ornament season. This 2013 Comic-Con exclusive U.S.S. Kelvin features a heavily battle damaged U.S.S. Kelvin – just like during the battle with Nero and the Romulans that were from the future in the J.J. Abrams feature film, Star Trek. This is the ship that George Kirk, father of James T. Kirk, sacrificed so that his wife and newly born son could escape from a hopeless battle. This ornament was originally available for purchase in limited quantities exclusively at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International (July 18-21, 2013) and New York Comic Con (October 10-13) events. During each Comic-Con, sales were limited to 175 per day, with a grand total production of 1,575.   


069. Legends Series #5: Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu   
One of the most versatile and reliable officers aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. Hikaru Sulu chiefly served on the bridge as helmsman, controlling the starship’s speed and relative position, as well as weapon and defense systems. He repeatedly proved himself to be a valuable resource to Captain Kirk as an expert in fields including botany, antique weapons and judo. Lt. Sulu also demonstrated stalwart leadership whenever he took charge of landing parties or was assigned temporary command of the Enterprise.

070. “The Devil in the Dark”   
Mr. Spock was admired for his logic, but he was also empathic, and he used both traits to try to understand the many beings the staff of the U.S.S. Enterprise encountered in their intergalactic travels. This magic ornament commemorates the 1967 Star Trek episode, “The Devil in the Dark,” where Mr. Spock communicates with a Horta. Simply press the button on the ornament and you can hear dialogue from this scene.

071. U.S.S. Vengeance   
This powerful ship was created for times of interstellar war rather than for the exploration of strange new worlds. Press the button to see this tiny replica of the heavily armed ship light up from atop your Christmas tree.

072. Vina   
No one can deny their attraction to this green-skinned Orion slave girl. Star Trek fans will love adding this unforgettable illusion to their Keepsake Ornament collection. This ornament was issued in limited quantities and first available at the 2014 Keepsake Ornament Premiere event.   


073. Legends Series #6: Lieutenant Nyota Uhura   
While most recognized as a communications officer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, Nyota Uhura proved herself skilled as skilled and dependable in performing a variety of functions on the starship’s bridge. Captain James T. Kirk frequently relied on her calm demeanor and sharp intellect for important missions away from the ship as well. In her off-duty hours, Uhura was well regarded among her Enterprise crew mates as an accomplished singer who took great pride in her African heritage.

074. “The Needs of the Many”   
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. Features voice clips.   

075. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-C   
The fourth Starfleet vessel to bear the name U.S.S. Enterprise, the NCC-1701-C played a crucial role in establishing peace between the United Federation of Planets and the rival Klingon Empire. In the classic Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Yesterday’s Enterprise” (1990), this Ambassador-class starship entered a temporal rift, providing a view of an alternate reality that transformed Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew into bitter and weary warriors in a decades-long conflict between the two space-traveling powers. Includes light features.   


076. Legends Series #7: Ensign Pavel Chekov   
In his command gold uniform, the young navigator of the U.S.S. Enterprise is featured in this ornament inspired by the Star Trek Legends series of Keepsake Ornaments. This will be offered in limited quantities beginning at the 2016 Keepsake Ornament Premiere event. Inspired by the Legends series.   

077. “The Man Trap”   
Having succumbed to the planet Psi 2000’s intoxication, bare-chested Hikaru Sulu, a swashbuckler at heart, challenges Captain Kirk and other crew members with a fencing foil. This Christmas tree ornament features dialogue from the unforgettable episode “The Naked Time” from the Star Trek™ original television series.    

078. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Star Trek “Pilot Version” Gold Edition   
Star Trek “Pilot Version” 50th Anniversary Gold Edition A metallic golden edition in its original form in the pilot episode. Includes a sound clip of Captain Kirk’s opening monologue and a section of the theme.   

079. “To Boldly Go”   
50 years ago this year, Captain Kirk and his crew first appeared on small screens across America. The interstellar adventures of the Starship Enterprise quickly captivated audiences, turning the show into an iconic piece of television history. Table-top display piece. Features lights and audio clips.   

080. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Star Trek “Pilot Version” Fully Painted Edition   
A fully painted version of the gold edition available at the San Diego Comic Con, New York Comic Con, and Star Trek: Mission New York. Includes the same audio clip as the more widely available gold edition. Event edition limited to 3,450.   

081. Star Trek Maxine Cosplay      
Features Maxine, the star of Hallmark’s “Crabby Road” cartoons, dressed in her finest Star Trek cosplay. This ornament is an Event Exclusive and one of 100. New York Comic Con and Star Trek: Mission New York convention exclusive.    


082. U.S.S. Franklin 
Discovered half-buried on an alien world more than a century after its launch from Earth, the U.S.S. Franklin proved its worth to Captain Kirk and the stranded crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise in 2016’s STAR TREK BEYOND™. This Christmas ornament brings the ship to life with handcrafted detailing and lighting effect.

083. Picard and Data 
A Christmas ornament that captures the essence of operations aboard the bridge of the USS Enterprise NCC 1701-D with Captain Jean-Luc Picard at the helm? Make it so! Fans of STAR TREK: The Next Generation™ won’t want to miss this cool decoration that also features beloved android Lieutenant Commander Data and dialogue from the show.

084. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-C – Battle Damaged
Inspired by the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Yesterday’s Enterprise,” depicts the iconic starship with a battle-damage paint scheme as it appeared on screen.  This repaint of a 2015 Keepsake Ornament has a total production run of 3,325 and sales will be limited to 225 per day. Available at the San Diego Comic Con, New York Comic Con, and the Official 2017 Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas. Includes lights.

85) 2017 Vulcan Salute Red Box (1HCM3889) $7.99
85a) 2018 Spock Head Red Box Unpriced (2HCM4087)
085b) 2018 Spock Head Red Box – Priced 2HCM4848
85c) 2018 Spock Head Blue Box (2HCM4412)
85d) 2019 No Image Red Box (2HCM5620)

085. Spock (Quog) Walmart exclusive (Five box variants) 
085. 2017 Vulcan Salute Red Box 1HCM388
085a. 2018 Spock Head Red Box – Unpriced 2HCM4087
085b. 2018 Spock Head Red Box – Priced 2HCM4848
085c. 2018 Spock Head Blue Box 2HCM4412   
085d. 2019 No Image Red Box 2HCM5620


086. “The Naked Time” 
Having succumbed to the planet Psi 2000’s intoxication, bare-chested Hikaru Sulu, a swashbuckler at heart, challenges Captain Kirk and other crew members with a fencing foil. This Christmas tree ornament features dialogue from the unforgettable episode “The Naked Time” from the Star Trek™ original television series.

087. U.S.S Discovery 
A 23rd century Crossfield-class ship, becomes one of the most important weapons in the war between the Federation and Klingons as the crew journeys across the galaxy. Based on the CBS All Access series “Star Trek: Discovery”—which transports viewers to a time before the familiar five-year mission of the original Star Trek™ series—this Christmas tree ornament features the namesake vessel that embraces the same ideology and intrepid legacy that has inspired generations. Features lights.

088. Tricorder 
Utilized by the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, the handheld Starfleet Tricorder device proved vital for gathering, recording and analyzing data, particularly while exploring strange, new worlds. This must-have Christmas tree ornament lights up and plays authentic phrases from the original Star Trek™ series.  Features lights and sound.

089. Arex & M’Ress
A two-pack of characters featured in Star Trek: The Animated Series. In celebration of the Saturday-morning television show’s 45th anniversary, the two alien Starfleet officers created for the series are featured in original sculpts with a total production run of 2,800. Available at the San Diego Comic Con, New York Comic Con, and the Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

090. Enterprise NCC-1701 (Metal) 
The flagship of Starfleet, U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 embarked on its historic five-year mission under Captain James T. Kirk in 2265. The ship and crew introduced Star Trek™ viewers to the final frontier with unparalleled adventure, life on new worlds and unimaginable technologies. An homage to the classic series and its legacy of more than 50 years, this premium Christmas tree ornament is rendered in metal, an essential addition to any Star Trek™ collection.

091. Kirk (Quog) Walmart exclusive
091. 2018 Kirk Head Red Box 2HCM4550
091a. 2019 No Image Red Box 2HCM3802

092. Spock (Decoupage) Walmart exclusive
092. 2018 Spock Head Red Tag 2HCM4353
092a. 2019 No Image Red Tag 2HCM5368

093. Shuttlecraft (Decoupage) Walmart exclusive
2018: “Shuttle” Tag 2HCM4362


094. Enterprise NCC-1701 Refit 
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. 

095. Saru & Burnham 
Bonding through their connections to their former captain, Michael Burnham and Commander Saru share a meaningful moment. Press the button on the ornament to hear dialogue from the memorable episode “Choose Your Pain” of the CBS All Access series “Star Trek: Discovery” (battery-operated). Features voice clips.

096. Tribble 
According to intergalactic trader Cyrano Jones, there is only one love that money can buy: a tribble. Add this ball of fuzzy love to your Christmas tree to keep away Klingons or simply to bring memories of the classic episode “The Trouble With Tribbles” from the Star Trek original television series. Squeeze this plush fabric Christmas tree ornament to see it vibrate and coo (battery-operated). Magic Sound and Motion Christmas tree ornament. Touch the ornament to feel it move and hear its soothing sounds. 

097. Tabletop Transporter
Magic Light and Sound Christmas table decoration. Connect this table decoration to the power adapter (included) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to hear dialogue from the original “Star Trek” television series and see a synchronized light show. Plugs into a standard 120-volt wall outlet, no batteries needed.

098) I.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 
When a transporter malfunction during an ion storm flung Captain James T. Kirk and three of his officers into another dimension, they found themselves on board the I.S.S. Enterprise, a Terran Empire battle cruise nearly identical in configuration to the ship they called home.  This “mirror universe” Imperial Star Ship Enterprise featured dagger-and-Earth symbols as decór, armed soldiers in every corridor, and torture chambers called agony booths to keep crew members compliant with command. Features lights. Qty 3475.


099. Storyteller Mirror Sulu
Storytellers Interactive Light and Sound Christmas tree ornament. Connect this ornament to Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to watch it perform an exciting scene from the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” No batteries necessary.
099. 2020-21 Storyteller Mirror Sulu Red Box QXI6071
099a. 2022 Storyteller Mirror Sulu White Box QXI7876

100. Storyteller Mirror Kirk
Storytellers Interactive Light and Sound Christmas tree ornament. Connect this ornament to Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to watch it perform an exciting scene from the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” No batteries necessary.
100. 2020-21 Storyteller Mirror Kirk Red Box QXI6061
100a. 2022 Storyteller Mirror Kirk White Box QXI7873

101. Storyteller Mirror Uhura
Storytellers Interactive Light and Sound Christmas tree ornament. Connect this ornament to Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to watch it perform an exciting scene from the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” No batteries necessary.
101. 2020-21 Storyteller Mirror Uhura Red Box QXI6074
101a. 2022 Storyteller Mirror Uhura White Box QXI7883

102. Storyteller Enterprise NCC-1701
Tree Topper Storytellers Interactive Light and Sound Christmas tree topper. Connect this tree topper to the power adapter (included) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button on the remote control or on the base of the tree topper to watch it illuminate and hear music from “Theme from Star Trek.” Plugs into a standard 120-volt wall outlet. Add other Star Trek Mirror, Mirror Collection Storytellers ornaments to unlock larger, amazingly interactive performances. “Storytellers” tree topper featuring lights and rotating bussard collectors; plays the TOS opening and end title themes, William Shatner’s opening monologue, dialogue, and sound effect clips; includes a USS Enterprise insignia-shaped remote control. 
102. 2020-21 Storyteller Enterprise NCC-1701 Red Box QXI6004
102A. 2022 Storyteller Enterprise NCC-1701 White Box QXI7866

Storytellers” function independently and can also electronically interact in concert with each other, utilizing “Magic” coordinated dialogue clips (with more than 250 combined phrases from “Mirror, Mirror”), sound effects, music, and light features; excluding the tree topper, a separately-purchased Keepsake Power Cord (that can power up to seven ornaments) is required; the rest of the series (Spock, McCoy, Scott, and Chekov) will be released in 2021 and 2022.

103. Tribble
Features motion and sound. It is a different material and color than the version released in stores in 2019.  Qty 3,350.


104.  Storyteller Mirror Spock
Connect this ornament to Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to watch it perform an exciting scene from the classical original series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” Add other STAR TREK™ “Mirror, Mirror” Collection ornaments and the tree topper to unlock larger, amazing interactive performances!
104. 2021 Storyteller Mirror Spock Red Box QXI7002
104a. 2022 Storyteller Mirror Spock White Box QXI7893

105.  Storyteller Mirror Chekov
Connect this ornament to Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to watch it perform an exciting scene from the classical original series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” Add other STAR TREK™ “Mirror, Mirror” Collection ornaments and the tree topper to unlock larger, amazing interactive performances!
105. 2021 Storyteller Mirror Chekov Red Box QXI7005
105a. 2022 Storyteller Mirror Chekov White Box QXI7886

106.  2021 La Sirena
Hear scenes from the show! Warp to the year 2399 with this Christmas tree ornament featuring La Sirena, the non-Federation cargo freighter hired by Jean-Luc Picard and owned by former Starfleet Commander Cristóbal Ríos. The highly detailed decoration plays audio of some of Picard’s quotes from “Star Trek: Picard” (battery-operated). Engage!

107. HMS Bounty
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.

108. U.S.S. Enterprise Gold metal, Walmart exclusive.
Beam up holiday adventure with this metal Star Trek Christmas tree ornament. Design features the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 with the iconic Starfleet insignia and shiny metallic gold accents.
2021: 2HCM9211
2022: 2HCM9211

109. Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Relive Picard’s missions at the helm of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701-D from “Star Trek: The Next Generation” with this figural Christmas ornament. Make it so! 


110. Storyteller Mirror Scotty
As chief engineer of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Montgomery Scott played a key role in executing Starfleet missions with Captain James T. Kirk. Scotty’s skills proved invaluable to his shipmates when whisked away to a mirror universe ruled by the Terran Empire. Plug this Christmas tree ornament into Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) for constant illumination, then press the button to start a sound and light show based on the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” Connect all of the Star Trek Storytellers ornaments—Captain James T. Kirk, Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, Lieutenant Nyota Uhura, First Officer Spock, Ensign Pavel Chekov, Doctor Leonard McCoy and Lieutenant Commander Montgomery Scott—and the U.S.S. Enterprise Tree Topper (each sold separately) to unlock additional interactive performances.

111. Storyteller Mirror McCoy
Charged with the health and safety of the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Doctor Leonard McCoy also served as one of Captain James T. Kirk’s most trusted confidants. At no time was Bones’ counsel more valued than when they found themselves trapped aboard a Terran Empire starship in a mirror universe. Plug this Christmas tree ornament into Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) for constant illumination, then press the button to start a sound and light show based on the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” Connect all of the Star Trek Storytellers ornaments—Captain James T. Kirk, Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, Lieutenant Nyota Uhura, First Officer Spock, Ensign Pavel Chekov, Doctor Leonard McCoy and Lieutenant Commander Montgomery Scott—and the U.S.S. Enterprise Tree Topper (each sold separately) to unlock additional interactive performances.

112. U.S.S. Enterprise
Before the arrival of James T. Kirk, the flagship of Starfleet was commanded by Captain Christopher Pike with a devotion to the values of the United Federation of Planets. Boasting a design that was introduced in “Star Trek: Discovery” and later appeared in “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,” this U.S.S. Enterprise Christmas tree ornament lights up at the touch of a button (battery-operated).

113. Transporter Water Globe
Of all the 23rd-Century technological wonders aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, none has proven more useful and more captivating than the transporter chamber. Experience the transporting effects of light, sound and motion as first used in the original Star Trek television series with the push of a button. This interactive water globe features Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and Lieutenant Uhura during a recreation of beam-down and beam-up sequences as featured in the classic science-fiction series. Makes a great gift for fans of the popular Sci-Fi TV series.


114. Data’s Ode to Spot
“O Spot, the complex levels of behavior you display connote a fairly well-developed cognitive array.” A poetic musing to a beloved pet cat as only the android Data could compose—and then recite aloud to his “U.S.S. Enterprise” crewmates as seen in “Schisms,” an episode of “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” Add vivid verse to your holiday with this Christmas tree ornament that plays dialogue from the show (battery-operated).

115. The Hand of Apollo 
Stardate 3468.1—Near the planet Pollux III, the “U.S.S. Enterprise” is held dead in space by a massive energy field shaped as a human hand. Captain Kirk and the Enterprise crew find themselves captives of a being who claims to be the Greek god Apollo. This Christmas tree ornament depicts the iconic opening scene from the original “Star Trek” series episode “Who Mourns for Adonais?” For an otherworldly display, insert the bulb of a standard miniature light string through the rubber grommet on the ornament to create a special lighting effect.

116. “Relics”  
Stardate 46125.3—Displaced 75 years into the future as the result of a shuttle accident, Captain Montgomery Scott finds himself aboard a “U.S.S. Enterprise” that’s vastly different from the ship he knew as a Starfleet chief engineer. This Christmas tree ornament captures a conversation between Scotty and Captain Jean-Luc Picard as they reminisce about old ships in the “Star Trek: The Next Generation” episode “Relics” (battery-operated).

117. Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Tabletop 
Immerse yourself in the 23rd Century with this Starship Enterprise tabletop decoration that features dynamic light shows to accompany sound effects and dialogue from fan-favorite moments of the original “Star Trek” television series. At the press of a button, experience synchronized performances of scenes from five different episodes of “Star Trek.” Then with the flick of a switch, the decoration turns any room into the bridge of the “U.S.S. Enterprise” with a suite of environmental sound effects and light displays (power adapter included).

118. Badgey (Set of 2) 
“Can I teach you a lesson?” If you hear that from Badgey, the malfunctioning tutor hologram onboard the “U.S.S. Cerritos,” prepare to learn about matters of life or death! This set of two Christmas tree ornaments shows the mascot of the Rutherford Training Beta 2.5 program in his nice as well as naughty personas as seen on “Star Trek: Lower Decks.”

119. U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (mini ornament)
If the final frontier is space, this version of Starfleet’s 23rd-Century flagship takes up very little of it. This miniature Christmas tree ornament offers Star Trek’s iconic “U.S.S. Enterprise” in a size that’s right for even the tiniest tree.

120. Captain Kirk (mini ornament)
Star Trek’s larger-than-life commander of the “U.S.S. Enterprise” now can occupy the smallest corner of your holiday display. With a dynamic pose that looks ready to face any challenge, this Captain Kirk miniature Christmas tree ornament captures the action of the original “Star Trek” series.

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