With the first issue of Eaglemoss' new Star Trek Universe: The Official Starships Collection(ad) due to ship to subscribers in the next week or so, they have sent subscribers a pamphlet to introduce the series, including teases of possible future ships in the series.
The series will include ships from all the in-production live action TV series, with Picard dominating the first ten issues or so, before switching tracks to focus on Discovery season three. The new promo material teases several ships from Discovery not previously seen in promotion for the collection, and also names some of the more obscure background ships for the first time.
Newly added to the future issues list from these images are Book's ship, the seed ship USS Tikhov, and one of the lesser seen 32nd century Starfleet ships, the C-shaped USS Dresselhaus (presumably named for the nanotechnologist Mildred Dresselhaus). Also named for the first time is the four-nacelled USS Currie (there are a lot of people named Currie, so take your pick for namesake!). The text also promises a USS Excalibur (class unknown).
Interesting this promo also highlights the intent to go back to revisit Discovery seasons one and two, where a handful of ships remain left out of the Discovery starships collection that this new Universe collection supersedes - Specifically it previews yet another of the Section 31 fleet, the two-nacelled Deimos class.
Also previewed are Picard ships. Most of these have already featured in other promotional materials, though it does confirm all the major Romulan ships in the series will be coming (just the Romulan work bee not listed yet), and gives us some new images of a few of the ships too.
To get hold of all the ships in the series, by subscription see Eaglemoss' Star Trek Universe collection page for the US(ad), UK(ad), Germany(ad), and other parts of Europe(ad). Alternatively look for individual releases via the Eaglemoss' web-shop in the US(ad) and the UK. For discounted pre-orders, check Things For Another World(ad) too, who normally offer a 20% pre-order discount.