Category Archives: Kirk

100) 2020 Storyteller Kirk

The Storyteller Kirk ornament tells a different story depending on the combination of other ornaments in the series connected via a Keepsakes power cord.  These Storyteller ornaments will be based upon characters from the Star Trek episode “Mirror, Mirror”.  Look for Mirror Sulu, Mirror Uhura in 2020 and more Storytellers coming in 2021 and 2022.

Hallmark is also releasing a Star Trek tree topper for the first time in 2020 that will also be compatible with the Storyteller series.

  • Mirror Universe Kirk – July 2020 ($29.99)

95) 2019 Tabletop Transporter

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Star Trek™ The Transporter Tabletop Decoration With Light and Sound

Regular price: $99.99
Available October 5, 2019

Product Details
Of all futuristic technological advances introduced in Star Trek, none has captured the imaginations of generations of viewers as has the Transporter. New for this holiday, our Transporter tabletop decoration features Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy ready for another off-ship adventure. Press the button to hear dialogue and sound effects from the original Star Trek television series set to a synchronized light show. Connect to the included power adapter to see the continuous light effect.
Magic Light and Sound Christmas table decoration. Connect this table decoration to the power adapter (included) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to hear dialogue from the original “Star Trek” television series and see a synchronized light show. Plugs into a standard 120-volt wall outlet, no batteries needed.
Artist crafted by Rodney Gentry, this Christmas table decoration comes pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Dated 2019 in copyright.
With unparalleled artistry and exceptional detail, each festive and collectible Keepsake Ornament is made for years of celebrations. From preserving precious memories to commemorating special milestones and interests, there’s a Hallmark ornament for everyone on your gift list.
Hallmark has been your family-owned creator of greeting cards, gifts, gift wrap and more for over 100 years. We take deep pride in helping individuals connect in just the right way.
Plastic Christmas table decoration is lead-free and measures 7.3″ W x 7.6″ H x 7.7″ D.

TM & © 2019 CBS Studios Inc. STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Star Trek™ The Transporter Tabletop Decoration With Light and Sound.

2018 “The Naked Time” Ornament Revealed at Star Trek Las Vegas

Trekcore has revealed the first 2018 Hallmark Star Trek ornament and it is “The Naked Time”! The preview was seen at this week’s Star Trek Las Vegas.

You may remember in August of 2016 “The Naked Time” had the best odds of being converted into an ornament at 3:1. See what else was was on our list of most likely ornaments!

What else will 2018 bring from Hallmark? A U.S.S. Discovery perhaps? Possibly a Deep Space Nine ornament to celebrate its 25th Anniversary? We will see.

79) 2016 STAR TREK™ 50th Anniversary To Boldly Go Tabletop Decoration With Light and Sound

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50 years ago this year, Captain Kirk and his crew first appeared on small screens across America. The interstellar adventures of the Starship Enterprise quickly captivated audiences, turning the show into an iconic piece of television history. Press the button on the ornament to illuminate the scene and hear dialogue from the original Star Trek TV series!

Unfortunately, this piece was scarce when it was released at the October 1st Ornament Debut. I was the first one in the door and there were none to be had except for those that had reserved the precious few ahead of time.

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I probably should’ve sprung for the Death Star Tree Topper as an investment purchase but that is a lot to ask of a Trek fan.

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Tabletop decoration.
Hallmark Gold Crown Exclusive.
Magic Light and Sound.
Press button to see scene illuminate and hear dialogue from original STAR TREK TV series.
On decoration: STAR 50 TREK™
Dated 2016.
Artist: Orville Wilson
Battery operated. Batteries Included.
Pre-packaged for easy gift giving, preservation and storage.
7.4″ W x 5.7″ H x 4.6″ D

$74.95

Available October 1, 2016

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77) 2016 STAR TREK™ “The Man Trap” Kirk and Salt Monster Ornament With Sound

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First airing back in 1966, the first Star Trek™ episode to be broadcast featured the crew’s visit to an outpost to conduct medical exams, only to be attacked by a murderous shape-shifting alien, the Salt Monster. Press a button on this Keepsake Ornament to hear dialogue from this famous episode.

Christmas tree ornament.
Hallmark Gold Crown Exclusive.
Magic Sound.
Plays dialogue from this exciting scene.
Dated 2016.
Artist crafted.
Battery operated. Batteries Included.
Pre-packaged for easy gift giving, preservation and storage.
2.62″ W x 4.02″ H x 2.47″ D

$29.95

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The M-113 salt vampire from the first episode of Star Trek on September 8, 1966.

74) 2015 “The Needs of the Many”

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When the U.S.S. Enterprise whisks its crew away from certain doom at the climax oh the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Captain James T. Kirk soon learns the grievous news that Spock, his revered first officer and trusted friend, has sacrificed his life to save the starship.  Their farewell is still regarded among the most moving and iconic moments in all of Star Trek – even after more than three decades.

Artist: Valerie Shanks

Original Price: $29.95

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67) 2013 “Arena”

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This 2013 Hallmark Keepsake Ornament is a Gold Crown Exclusive.

Relive the excitement of one of the most iconic moments in all of Star Trek—the struggle between Kirk and the Gorn, depicted in the 1967 episode Arena.

Press the button to hear music and sound effects from this iconic scene with the Gorn!

This 2013 Keepsake Ornament is battery operated.
Artist: Valerie Shanks

Size: 3.375″ W x 3.625″ H x 1.625″ D

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56) 2010 “Amok Time”

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friend or be killed? This the dilemma Captain Kirk and Spock encounter in the popular 1967 Star Trek original series episode “Amok Time.” Compelled by the Vulcan time of mating, Pon farr, Spock returns home to be married, only to find his intended has other plans. Unexpectedly, she chooses Kirk as her champion, pitting the friends in atraditional Vulcan battle … to the death! With a little medical trickery from Dr. McCoy, Spock appears to win the life-or-death struggle. Later, upon his return to the Enterprise, Spock happily discovers that Kirk is alive and well.

Press the button on the ornament to hear music from this exciting scene!

Battery operated.

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Size: 4 1/4″ H

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55) 2010 1st in the Star Trek Legends Series: Captain James T. Kirk

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Original Retail:  $14.95

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

Box Text:  To boldly go where no man has gone before is not a task for the timid.  But the brash Capt. James T. Kirk has repeatedly proved himself to be the man for the job.  As the intrepid leader of the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Kirk has traveled across time and space discovering new civilizations, outmaneuvering enemies, and leaving his indelible mark on the Galaxy itself!

Each of the ornaments in this new series will feature a different character from the original STAR TREK television series.

Serial #: QX8373

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51) 2009 “The Menagerie”

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Logic or loyalty? Spock remains true to both in The Menagerie,€ a Star Trek original series two-parter from 1966. Written by series creator Gene Rodenberry, the award-winning episode incorporates €œpre-Kirk€ footage from an unaired installment that was originally set to be the pilot episode. Spock and Kirk find themselves at Starbase 11, where they meet Spock’s previous captain, Christopher Pike. Now burned and paralyzed from an accident, Pike can no longer walk or talk. Communicating with flashing lights controlled by his brainwaves, he can only answer yes or no, and Spock in the only one who can help him! His predicament and the mutinous lengths to which Spock will go for his former captain and friend lead to one of the series’€™ most well-known adventures.

Press the button on the ornament to hear Spock and Captain Kirk speak and see Captain Pike’€™s light flash.

Features Light and Sound Magic

Battery Operated.

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Size: 3¼” H

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47) 2008 “The Trouble With Tribbles”

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One of Star Trek’s most memorable episodes, “The Trouble With Tribbles,” first aired in 1967. The trouble with these soothing little fur balls is that the reproduce at warp speed and go boldly through Space Station K-7 eating anything that’s not nailed down – including an entire shipment of grain entrusted to Captain Kirk’s care! In the end, however, the tribbles – who hate Klingons – expose a Klingon agent who has poisoned the grain. As a parting gift, the remainder of them are beamed aboard the enemy ship, where Mr. Scott promises they’ll be “notribble at all.”

Press the button on the base of the ornament to hear Captain Kirk speak and see the troublesome tribbles fall from the overhead compartment.

Artist: Don Palmiter

Size: 4″ H

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