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June 17th, 2010 3 comments

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Christopher Eccleston Tardis up for Auction

Christopher Eccleston Tardis to be auctioned at Bonham’s

A wide range of Doctor Who related items are going under the hammer on 23rd June at Bonham’s auction house in Knightsbridge.

These include replica props such as Daleks, Cybermen and k9.

The Tardis console created for the exhibition at longleat is also up for sale.

The Christopher Eccleston Tardis has an estimate of £8,000 to £12,000. There is also a smaller 5ft model created for an exhibition which has an estimate of £300 to £400.

There appear to many older props including a Dalek From the chase and Evil of the Daleks although many have been altered for exhibition purposes.

You can see the sale catalogue on Bonham’s website Here

Sale 17973 – Entertainment Memorabilia Knightsbridge, 23 Jun 2010 to at 11:00



  • Hector Sadler

    June 18th, 2010 - 8:46am

    I would love the buy the Tardis my self. But I had dream of my own TARDIS, & you can’t guess what it was. A Brtish Bus Double Decker. It contains 40 rooms beside the TARDIS controller. The rest is tomuch to tell.

  • morgan

    June 18th, 2010 - 7:24am

    id love to buy the tardis and the dalek

  • Pitc Perfect

    June 17th, 2010 - 5:51pm

    So were all these items in the hands of private collectors or are the BBC auctioning them off? Seems a shame to me that the BBC would have sold off some of their Doctor Who props to private buyers. I really think it shows a lack of foresight on their behalf. These props might be needed for future episodes, so why not put them into storage or circulate them around the country in museums and exhibitions until needed? George Lucas wisely saved virtually all the props, costumes, creature masks, puppets, model miniatures and production art from the Star Wars films and these are used on exhibition tours and were used all manner of ways to create the prequel trilogy. Somewhere down the line Doctor Who writers are going to need the old stuff back for particular storylines and they won’t have it. The show is subject to budget cuts every year, creative visions will be compromised and part of that problem will be down to the fact that the BBC sold useful items with a history to the show.

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