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Updated: August 18, 2023

A Borg regeneration alcove, designed by William P. Hawkins, for the production of the film Star Trek: First Contact ( Paramount Pictures, 1996 ) and subsequently used during production of the television series Star Trek: Voyager ( UPN, 1995-2001 ). In the film, the crew of the Enterprise travels back in time to stop the Borg from corrupting Earth's past. While on the series, the crew of the Voyager encounter the Borg many times, taking on a former Collective member, Seven-of-Nine ( Jeri Ryan ), as part of the crew.

The steel-framed alcove compartment comprises fiber glass and resin panels on a wood backing, all painted to resemble metal, featuring a green plasma-style headpiece. There are four green gel lights along the edges of the compartment and one light beneath the headpiece. Alcoves of this style can be first seen at the start of First Contact when Picard is having a nightmare about his time as "Locutus," and in the series Voyager when B'Elanna Torres ( Roxann Dawson ) and Tuvok ( Tim Russ ) board a derelict Borg cube in Season 3 Episode 17, "Unity." With the addition of Seven-of-Nine to the crew, alcoves of this style can also be seen as she regenerates. Prop measures 95 x 36 x 30 inches.

Value: $10,000.

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