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Doctor Who Auction

Postby John on December 15th, 2009, 4:58 am

If there are any of you out there with a few hundred quid to spare before Christmas, you may be interested to learn that Bonhams will be auctioning several Doctor Who related items in their entertainment memorabilia sale on Wednesday 16th December at Knightsbridge, many of which come from Tom’s era of the show.

Up for grabs are:

Two vampire guard costumes from State of Decay
A guard's tunic, of heavy khaki coloured canvas, with large stud detail to front, laced to back and sleeve seams (estimated £200 - £300)

A guard's tunic, of heavy khaki coloured canvas, stud detail removed and sleeves missing (estimated £150 - £200)

Thawn’s costume from The Power of Kroll
light blue and light tan diamond-patterned tunic with pale blue braid, gold-coloured stripes to right shoulder, matching belt and trousers, with fake blood, all three pieces labelled with actor's name, Neil McCarthy (estimated £650 - £750)

Four rehearsal scripts from The Robots of Death
for all four episodes, each comprising numbered mimeographed pages, with details of cast, crew and sets, together with a short typewritten letter to Hilary Minster from Margaret Lewty, assistant to the director, Michael Briant, dated 14th October 1976 and reading, “Enclosed are 4 scripts and a friendly note from Peter. Do hope you'll like the part of S.V.7”. and signed (estimated £250 - £300)

A Time Lord robe believed to be from The Deadly Assassin and The Arc of Infinity
the V-neck surplice-style garment woven in pale brown and black diamond pattern, tape ties to sides, with label inscribed FUT 488 (estimated £500 - £600)


A Shrivenzale foot from The Ribos Operation
in moulded and painted foam latex with faux fur, approx. 61cm (24in) long (Estimate: £400 – £450)

For further details visit Bonhams website.
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Re: Doctor Who Auction

Postby John on December 17th, 2009, 5:23 am

Two vampire guard costumes from State of Decay
A guard's tunic, of heavy khaki coloured canvas, with large stud detail to front, laced to back and sleeve seams (estimated £200 - £300) ***SOLD FOR £420***

A guard's tunic, of heavy khaki coloured canvas, stud detail removed and sleeves missing (estimated £150 - £200) ***SOLD FOR £120***

Thawn’s costume from The Power of Kroll
light blue and light tan diamond-patterned tunic with pale blue braid, gold-coloured stripes to right shoulder, matching belt and trousers, with fake blood, all three pieces labelled with actor's name, Neil McCarthy (estimated £650 - £750) ***SOLD FOR £960***

Four rehearsal scripts from The Robots of Death
for all four episodes, each comprising numbered mimeographed pages, with details of cast, crew and sets, together with a short typewritten letter to Hilary Minster from Margaret Lewty, assistant to the director, Michael Briant, dated 14th October 1976 and reading, “Enclosed are 4 scripts and a friendly note from Peter. Do hope you'll like the part of S.V.7”. and signed (estimated £250 - £300) ***NO RESULT LISTED***

A Time Lord robe believed to be from The Deadly Assassin and The Arc of Infinity
the V-neck surplice-style garment woven in pale brown and black diamond pattern, tape ties to sides, with label inscribed FUT 488 (estimated £500 - £600) ***NO RESULT LISTED***


A Shrivenzale foot from The Ribos Operation
in moulded and painted foam latex with faux fur, approx. 61cm (24in) long (Estimate: £400 – £450) ***SOLD FOR £480***
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Re: Doctor Who Auction

Postby Jedi Princess on December 24th, 2009, 7:51 pm

I want the Time Lord robe! If only finances weren't so low :P
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