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USS ENTERPRISE

Spaceship
1976 (manufactured)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

card box printed in colours to show the title, maker's details and photograph and illustrations of the toy
contains one white plastic model of the spacecraft mounted on a metal and plastic support and the control panel which is attached to the support base by a thick cable
battery operated


Object details

Object type
Parts
This object consists of 3 parts.

  • Box
  • Mechanism
  • Space Ship Part
Titles
  • USS ENTERPRISE (manufacturer's title)
  • STAR TREK® (series title)
Materials and techniques
printed card, moulded plastic, metal
Brief description
Space Craft, Remco, Hong Kong, 1976
Physical description
card box printed in colours to show the title, maker's details and photograph and illustrations of the toy
contains one white plastic model of the spacecraft mounted on a metal and plastic support and the control panel which is attached to the support base by a thick cable
battery operated
Dimensions
  • Length: 23.5in
  • Width: 7.5in
  • Depth: 6in
Production typemass produced
Copy number
No. 602
Marks and inscriptions
  • Controlled Space Flight CSF™ (box; printed)
  • Not recommended for children under 5 (box; printed)
Credit line
Given by the Palitoy Company
Object history
Part of the Palitoy Archive

Star Trek was a popular TV series, which extended into full length films and spun a series of further 'generations'. All have become cult series.
Production
Reason For Production: retail
Collection
Accession number
B.679:1-1999

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Record createdSeptember 24, 2000
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