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Updated: March 11, 2021

In 1998 I helped build the flight deck of the Jupiter-2 for the TV show "Lost in Space Forever". One of the props I created was the metal grading and domes seen behind the freezing tube on the flight deck in LISF. This piece measures approx. 24 x 46 inches with the top and bottom supports approx. 36 inches across. It weighs approx. 25 pounds. The three domes come detached and are bolted onto the prop.

This prop was constructed specifically for LISF and meant to be seen from a distance. After the show was shot, the sets went into storage. I retained some of the smaller prop pieces that I had made from scratch. This is one of them.

This item comes from Ron Hamill of Valley Village California.

Value: $300.

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