Star Trek Official Starships Collection Mega Special Klingon Bird Of Prey Model from Eaglemoss. Boxed model and magazine.
This is Commander Kruge’s classic Klingon Bird-of-Prey in this fantastic XL edition measuring 23.5 cm long. The Bird-of-Prey was a classic Klingon ship that was perfectly designed for stealth and aggression. This larger scale model of the Klingon Bird-of-Prey features the ship with its wings in cruising position, the most efficient shape for its warp fields. The ship has been painstakingly recreated in die-cast and high-quality ABS materials, then hand painted with an incredible level of detail.
The model comes with a collector’s 20-page glossy magazine, which looks in depth at the origination of this now familiar Klingon vessel for Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, following initial plans that had the Romulans pegged as the movie's main enemies. We also review how Industrial Light & Magic designed and built the ship.Everybody's favourite Federation Excelsior-class is more significant than ever, introducing XL version of the majestic U.S.S Enterprise (NCC-1701-B) Starship.
This Excelsior-class vessel was launched from Federation spacedock NAR-30974 in 2293. U.S.S Enterprise (NCC-1701-B) was a 23rd century Federation Excelsior-class starship operated by Starfleet. This was the third Federation ship to bear the name Enterprise. It was 467 metres long – more than 150 metres longer than its predecessor, the Constitution-class U.S.S.Enterprise NCC-1701-A.
This XL version of the Excelsior-class U.S.S. Enterprise-B Starship has been carefully recreated in die-cast, high-quality ABS materials measuring approximately 27 cm long and come's with a special collector’s stand so that you can display it the way you want.
Inside the accompanying exclusive collector's magazine, find out about the making of Star Trek: Generations and filming the Enterprise-D saucer crash-landing on Veridian III.