Wednesday, June 23, 2010

TARDIS sells for £10,800!!

Doctor Who's Tardis has gone for an out of this world price - fetching more than £10,000 at auction.

The prop, used by the ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston, was sold at Bonham's in a memorabilia sale, which also included Daleks and Cybermen.

The 10ft painted wooden Tardis went for £10,800. It was expected to sell for upwards of £8,000.

A console for the time-travelling craft created for a long-running Doctor Who exhibition at Longleat in the 1970s sold for £900.

A Cyberman helmet made in 1967 which featured in the Who stories Moonbase and The Tomb Of The Cybermen went for £7,800.

Two Daleks which appeared in 1960s episodes - one of which was little more than a shell - fetched £4,800 each.

And a model of the Doctor's robotic canine helper K-9 fetched a price of £1,200. All prices include the buyer's premium.


anita said...

You know what would be funny Fran? It would be funny if someone went in and wrote
David Tennant was Here all over the walls.

Fran said...

Yeah... :D I mean, everybody must have thought that, right? Ahah! I certainly would've, had I been there!