Two neural stimulators placed on a dead “Keevan’s” (Christopher Shea) head by “Nog” (Aron Eisenberg) to stimulate him into
appearing alive in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode, “The Magnificent Ferengi”. Each stimulator is made of resin painted
gunmetal gray with gold, red and black colored detail. A holographic application is in the center of each and there is a red LED light
on top activated by a small button on the side. The red lights flash with a pulse however the battery of one is almost dead and needs
replacing. Each device runs on two Alkaline button cell batteries L736 that are accessed by removing the backing with a small
Phillips head screwdriver and carefully prying out the circuit board. Each measures approx. 1 ¾ x 1 ¼ x ¼ inches.
These were also used as "Romulan Mind Probes" in another episode of Deep Space Nine.
THE SWORD OF EOWYN
A very high quality, beautiful sword. This would make a great decorative gift for the shield maiden in your life, or someone who just loves equestrian design.
LORD OF THE RINGS JEWELRY
Now that the movies have largely run their merchandising course, this may be the best time to purchase high quality jewelry at discounted prices. Use these as gifts for years to come.
LORD OF THE RINGS GAMES!
It appears that any game that could possibly have a Lord of the Rings theme has been produced. These include Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit, Backgammon and Dominoes.
LORD OF THE RINGS FIGURES
Figures from the movies include a large action figure series. There are separate figure sets and color schemes for each movie. The highest quality figures were made by Sideshow WETA. Although these are expensive, they sell out quickly and will likely keep their values.