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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Trek, Christies is auctioning off over 1,000 items of memorabilia from CBS Television Studios.

The auction will happen in New York 5-7 October but the items can be viewed in London from today until 8 August.

Highlights include models of the Starship Enterprise, costumes worn by Captain Kirk, Spock and Uhura and a replica of Kirk's chair (estimate $8,000 to $12,000). There is also stuff from later series - you can bid for Deanna Troi's mini-dress(estimate $1,500 to $2,500), Captain Picard's Starfleet uniform or even your own Borg alcove.

There's more on Christie's Flashtastic website®

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