Explore the Strange New World of Expensive Starship Enterprise Collectibles
Captain’s Log, Stardate 1513.8. Star maps reveal no indication of habitable planets nearby. Our five year mission…to explore… strange new worlds. To…seek out new life….and new civilizations. Oh yeah, and to boldly spend copious amounts of money on some of the final frontier’s most expensive Starship Enterprise collectibles! These ships may be Constitution class, but to us, they’re in a class of her own.
Eaglemoss Star Trek Starships Enterprise NCC-1701
Fire up the nacelles, we’ve just warped into the world of expensive Starship Enterprise collectibles. We’ll take it easy on you, red shirt, this one is only $74.99 but she has all the bells and whistles: cargo bays, sickbay, and Jefferies tubes. And obviously a bridge, because where else would Kirk emote passionately? You’ll feel like you’re back in Starfleet; this die-cast metal model even comes with a 20-page book.
Art Asylum Star Trek: USS Enterprise NCC 1701-A Electronic Starship
Shields down! Slow to impulse! Art Asylum has introduced a beauty with meticulous attention to detail. If you’re keeping up with the Cardassians, they’ll surely be jealous of the authentic sound effects and blinky lights powered by 21st century alkaline batteries. In today’s dollars, this detailed model will set you back $299 — but who knows how much it will be worth in the 23rd century (you know, if money were still a thing).
Mega Bloks Star Trek: USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Starship
Damage report: $311 for a buildable replica of the iconic starship from TOS. It would be illogical to pass up this beauty (if you can find her) when she also comes with micro Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock. Full blasters ahead if you want to get your hands on one of these!
Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Pure Silver Coin
Our tachyon detection grid has picked up something most unusual. The most famous starship of them all, The Federation’s U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 has been replicated into a pure silver coin featuring the distinctive disk and nacelles shape. If money still existed in the future, you’d pay over $950. That is, if you can get a Vulcan grip on one, because only 1000 were ever minted.
Artisan Replica Star Trek USS Enterprise 1701-A
Not only are we currently incapable of warp drive, but what is possibly the greatest model replica of the Enterprise has yet to be released in our time. Available for almost $5000, and only by pre-order, Artisan Replica has produced an Enterprise variant to match the ship used during the Star Trek IV and VI movies. The replicator didn’t produce a single model — each one is hand-built. Logic dictates we must get one now before all 250 are lost to time and space forever. Beam us up, because now we’ve seen it all!