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New 2024 Hallmark Star Trek Ornaments Including The Enterprise-B


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Star Trek is the brand that really kicked off the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament craze with their original USS Enterprise NCC-1701 ship ornament back in 1991. Over the years Hallmark has released other versions of the Enterprise in this line from both TV and movies. This includes versions of the NCC-1701-A, NCC-1701-C, NCC-1701-D and NCC-1701-E. They also did an NX-01 Enterprise but only in pewter form as well as the Enterprise from the Chris Pine movies and the Enterprise from the more recent Strange New World series. For me who has been collecting these things for over 30 years, the news we are finally getting the Enterprise that first appeared in Star Trek Generations will be a welcome edition. I guess now we need Hallmark to give us an Enterprise F and Enterprise G from the recent Picard season 3 and I suppose you could even throw in the Enterprise J that made an appearance in the Enterprise series.

Here is a breakdown of all the new Star Trek Ornaments coming out later this year for 2024.

Star Trek Generations U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B Ornament With Light - $34.99
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the movie "Star Trek Generations" with this Christmas tree ornament featuring the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B. Press the button to illuminate the warp nacelles and deflector dish on this Excelsior-class vessel that was notorious for being the ship upon which Captain James T. Kirk lost his life—or did he? Battery operated.

Star Trek: The Next Generation "Unification II" Ornament With Sound - $29.99
The Vulcan mind meets the positronic brain in the now-classic episode "Unification II" from "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Press the button on this Christmas tree ornament to hear a conversation between Ambassador Spock and Lt. Commander Data as they work together toward Spock’s ambitious goal to heal the rift between the nefarious Romulans and his native Vulcans. Battery operated.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Captain Christopher Pike Ornament With Sound - $21.99
“Our mission? We explore.” With those words, Captain Christopher Pike set the tone for the crew from his center seat of the U.S.S. Enterprise as they began their duties in "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds." Press the button on this Christmas tree ornament to hear memorable lines from the show as the Federation starship makes the jump to warp speed. Battery operated.

Star Trek The Keeper Ornament - $19.99
Starfleet General Order 7 prohibits any space vessel from visiting the barren planet of Talos IV. But nothing prohibits you from adding an alien inhabitant of the iconic Star Trek planet to your holiday decor. Pay tribute to "The Cage," the pilot episode of the original "Star Trek" series, with this Christmas tree ornament featuring The Keeper who used strong psychic powers to imprison crew members of the U.S.S. Enterprise.

Mini Star Trek: The Motion Picture U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Refit Ornament, 0.4" - $10.99
Bring a universe of adventure to your tabletop tree with this miniature Christmas tree ornament featuring the starship from the first Star Trek feature-length film. Fans got their first look at this refit version of Captain Kirk's U.S.S. Enterprise in the 1979 movie "Star Trek: The Motion Picture."

Mini Star Trek: The Motion Picture Spock Ornament, 1.84” - $9.99
Celebrate the 45th anniversary of the 1979 movie "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" by displaying this miniature Christmas tree ornament of the U.S.S. Enterprise’s Vulcan science officer. The unique design features Mr. Spock wearing a gray Starfleet uniform only seen in the first Star Trek feature-length film.

Star Trek: The Next Generation Dr. Beverly Crusher Ornament - $19.99
Chief medical officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise starship, Dr. Beverly Crusher was a valued member of Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s inner circle of senior staff. This Christmas tree ornament features the red-headed, empathetic physician and commanding officer from "Star Trek: The Next Generation" wearing her blue lab coat and carrying a medical tricorder.










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