Data's screen used severed head. "Star Trek: The Next Generation" had many remarkable episodes, but perhaps one of the most memorable and unusual was "Phantasms" in which Brent Spiner as "Data" is mysteriously inflicted with nightmares, something androids should be immune to by design. This is Data's hero screen used head from the opening scenes of the film, wherein he interrupts a group of very anachronistic pick-axe miners hacking away at the ship's warp-drive, only to have his arms and head removed forcibly by them in retaliation. Beautifully crafted from "Data colored" foam latex, with faux-hair, eyelashes, and very realistic plastic eyes, with "Data colored" irises. The severed neck exposes his instruments, circuits and tubing. Head is approx 12"x 10"x 8". This item has been authenticated and marked with new technology by MovieProps DNA to prevent against fraud and counterfeiting. A panel of industry experts not affiliated with Premiere Props in the movie & TV memorabilia business has authenticated this item. This item now includes three levels of security: 1) DNA laced invisible ink – a 9-digit code laced with DNA ink is placed on an appropriate place of the prop/costume and can be only viewed using a high-frequency UV light. The chances of replicating the specific DNA sequence which is unique to MPDNA is 1 in 33 trillion. This DNA sequence is so secure it is admissible in a court of law.
2) Archival Microchip Encrypted Tag - a patented, acid-free, 1"x 3" tag with an encrypted microchip is placed onto the Certificate of Authenticity. The microchip contained within the tag contains all of the pertinent information about the prop or costume. The tag is tamper proof and the microchip is encrypted, making it impossible to duplicate.
3) The certificate also has the 9-digit DNA invisible ink mark which must match the 9-digit invisible ink mark on the prop. This will ensure that it is a genuine prop issued by Premiere Props and authenticated by MPDNA.