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Enterprise-E Lithograph Coming Soon From Lightspeed

Enterprise-E Lithograph Coming Soon From Lightspeed
Enterprise-E Lithograph Coming Soon From Lightspeed

Lightspeed Fine Art has unveiled their latest Star Trek fine art release: a 39″ x 27″ lithograph of the USS Enterprise-E.

With art by James Cukr, the lithograph will be available in both signed and unsigned versions. The signed version is priced at $1,295 and will bear the signatures of Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Gates McFadden, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Marina Sirtis and Brent Spiner. The unsigned version will cost $195.

From Lightspeed:

Lightspeed Fine Art is proud to present the newest addition to our highly regarded Star Trek fine art collection. Measuring 39″ x 27″, this stunning depiction of the Enterprise E by famed artist James Cuckr is available in both total cast signed and unsigned versions.

To purchase, visit Lightspeed Fine Art.

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