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Star Trek Book Lot - $500

Almost the complete run of numbered TOS books, Patrick Stewart signed plaque, and Scene It game

Star Trek Music Lot - $80

CDs from II, V, VI, and the 2009 movie. 

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Comment by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on March 26, 2012 at 8:40pm

I've had no trouble getting DVDs from eBay, though I will say that a lot of the foreign films I get from there end up being illegal copies.  However, I bought my complete DVD set of TNG from there, and I got the real deal.

Comment by Fleet Admiral Shran III: aka Pat on March 26, 2012 at 6:50pm

You know I have tried several times to buy the dvd's from ebay and always end up getting second hand used poor qaulity knock offs. And they are advertised as new and official. Any ideas where to get Voayger or DS9 at a good price? Walmart, Target, and online Star Trek sites all still want over $300 for the whole series, each.

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