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‘Doctor Who’ thing of the day: the actual TARDIS up for auction

Okay, not the actual actual TARDIS, since that’s fictional, silly geek. But the actual prop they used while shooting the Christopher Eccleston episodes. It goes up for auction at Bonhams in London the day after tomorrow: Wednesday, June 23. From Bonhams’ catalogue:

Lot No: 142W
Doctor Who: Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor

A complete Tardis prop, circa 2005, of painted rasped wood panel and glass construction, the base having painted parquet effect floor, panels fastening using bracket and bolt, having a pair of hinged doors, on with Yale® lock, with windows to doors and signage to front, top section of Tardis with removable ‘Police Box’ signs, interior of Tardis roof with a number of miniature lights, and further interior lighting, the roof with removable lamp to top, height approximately 10ft

It is expected to sell for between £8,000 and £12,000. Bring your checkbook.

There’s also a Dalek up for auction, but it’s only a replica.

(If you stumble across a cool Doctor Who thing, feel free to email me with a link.)



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