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#145 Nightingale Model Die Cast Ship (Eaglemoss / Star Trek)

#145 Nightingale Model Die Cast Ship (Eaglemoss / Star Trek)

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#145 Nightingale Model Die Cast Ship (Eaglemoss / Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection)

If you are looking for medical transport to travel to the 24th century, the Nightingale is a perfect starship with its incredible outward appearance. The Nightingale was a medical transport ship operated by a Delta Quadrant species called the Kraylor in the 2370s and is now joining the Star Trek Official Starship Collection! Star Trek Nightingale Starship was a Kraylor vessel renamed Ensign Harry Kim after the famous 19th-century human nurse Florence Nightingale because he believed it was a medical ship on a mission of mercy.

This ship was designed by Jim Martin and was a CG model created by effects house Foundation Imaging. Its appearance was very strictly based on the physical studio model of what was initially Maquis fighter built for THE DEEP SPACE NINE episode ‘The Maquis, Part II.’

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