Star Trek The Original Series Paper Clips

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Item Number: NR70160

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Boldly clip your papers! You're working late, collating the latest treaty with the Romulans. Shambling to the copier, you stumble. Who left that Tribble in the copy room anyway? Horrified, you watch as your hours of hard work spills across the floor, now a jumbled mess. If only you had bound those papers with the Star Trek The Original Series Paper Clips! This paper clip set of 40 comes with 20 pieces of the NCC-1701 and 20 pieces of the Delta Shield Paper Clips. The NCC-1701s are metal replicas of Star Trek's iconic Starship Enterprise and are comparable to jumbo sized paper clips at 1 3/4-inches long x 4/5-inches wide. The golden Delta Shield replicas are comparable to size #1 paper clips at 1 1/3-inches long x 9/10-inches wide. Go ahead and give your boring old papers some much-needed personality! 40 total clips per package, packed in a stylish tin can with a lid replicating the saucer of the Enterprise. Ages 18 and up.
Company: Icon Heroes
Theme: Star Trek
Product Type: Office
Age: 18 +
Country of Origin: China
Height: 2.00
Width: 4.00
Length: 4.00
Weight: 0.150

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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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