There’s not much in the sale of Doctor Who interest – just four items: one 1960s Dalek poster and three costume from David Tennant’s era.
Here are the details.
As usual I have separated the items by Doctor era, and you can see the rest of the items here:
Here are just the lots relating to the Tenth Doctor era
Doctor Who - The Runaway Bride, December 2006Two Roboform costumes, one believed to have been David Tennant's disguise costume worn during the episode, each outfit comprising: a black hooded cape of wool, with Velcro® fastening and split side seam, together with a black wool jacket/coat, the costume attributed to Tennant with a pair of black loafer shoes and a black leather effect belt with large buckle, the other with belt only (2 costumes)
Estimate: £400 - 500
Sold for £1,000
NB This costume was originally sold for £438 at the 15th December 2011 auction (lot 163). Its estimate was also £400 - £500.
Doctor Who - Tooth and Claw, 2006
A maid's costume, as worn by Queen Victoria's staff, comprising: a black cotton dress, with button front with lace effect collar and cuffs, together with a fine net and lace belted apron
Estimate: £100 - 150
Sold for £225
NB This costume was originally sold for £400 at the 15th December 2011 auction (lot 159). Its estimate was also £100 - £150.
Doctor Who - Smith and Jones, 2007: A Slab guard costume,
comprising: a two-piece black leather biker type outfit, the leather jacket with geometric detail to top of sleeves with a pair of trousers, both labelled 'Hein Gericke' the jacket with label inside inscribed 'Matt', together with a pair of leather gauntlet/ gloves and a black cotton T-shirt (5)
The Slab guards protect the Plasmavore, Florence Finnegan whilst she is on Earth.
Estimate: £300 - 400
Sold for £237
NB This costume was originally sold for £225 at the 15th December 2011 auction (lot 164). Its estimate was also £300 - £400.