You Can Now Bid On Captain Picard's Star Trek Chair from Cedar Point

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PHOTO VIA GRAY'S AUCTIONEERS
  • Photo via Gray's Auctioneers

Cedar Point is auctioning off a bunch of old amusement park decor and knickknacks from its museum, including a reproduction of Captain Jean-Luc Picard's Starfleet Command Chair.

Wonderfully, this yellow, white and silver Star Trek replica comes along with a Cedar Point certificate of authenticity, and, for those who were worried, even lights up. Even those who aren't serious Trekkies can admit this ultimate lounger would most likely help bring your living room or basement together.



Sold by Gray's Auctioneers, a live auction starts up at Nov. 18, but you can bid online right now right here.

At press time the bidding is currently at $60.



Also being sold in the Cedar Point Auction are vintage arcade games, barber's chairs, a steam engine and various train items. There are 160 lots in all.

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