Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Bonhams FLASHBACK: 24th May 2006
Rock and Roll and Film Memorabilia

It was EXACTLY ten years ago today - during David Tennant‘s first season as The Doctor - there was a sale of Entertainment Memorabilia at Bonhams.

Some 59 Doctor Who lots were on offer (though these inflated by the sale of some 25 artworks from a 1985 book Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z, nearly all of which went unsold.
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 Fifth Doctor era


Lot 251
'Dr. Who': a Tardis roundel,
fibreglass, with traces of black and grey paint, indicating use in the Tardis of both The Doctor and The Master, believed to be the last surviving example from the original Tardis, 55cm (21½in) diameter
Sold for £300

Lot 256
A model of the Tardis,
1980s, balsa, wired for light, base with on/off switch, 15cm (6in) high
Sold for £ 240



Lot 258
TARDIS Prototype cabinet
Free standing cabinet with opening doors on two sides and opening top, unknown origin, a quarter size replica of a police box Tardis.
Estimate: £200 - 250
Unsold

Lot 260
The Five Doctor's Script
An early draft of the Five Doctors episode with unfilmed scenes by Terence Dicks, with corresponding shooting schedule.
Estimate: £250 - 300
Unsold

Lot 263
A Collection of Twenty Dr. Who Scripts
including The Curse of the Daleks, Genesis of the Daleks, Planet of Giants and Paradise Towers
Sold for £ 66

Lot 267
Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z
Original Art by Lesley Standring for Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z. Polly, Peri and Panna. Black and White on art board. 15 x 22 inches
Estimate: £180 - 200
Unsold

Lot 269
Space Back Pack Episode Enlightenment
From the Peter Davison era a Blue fibre-glass back pack. Name tag for Reg Woods.
Estimate: £500 - 600
Unsold
Lot 270
1983 Snakedance Episode
"Worthy" Costume (Blue Robe with Mauve Sash) name tag for Brian Moorehead used in the 1983 episode Snakedance.
Estimate: £350 - 450
Unsold

Lot 274
Blueprint Longleat exhibition
A plan blueprint from the BBC Dr. Who Exhibition at Longleat.
Estimate: £100 - 120
Unsold

Lot 276
Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z
Original Artwork by Lesley Standring from 'Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z' (1985), the fifth Doctor- Peter Davidson, black and white image. 15in x 22in.
Estimate: £200 - 250
Unsold
Lot 279
Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z
Original Artwork by Lesley Standring from 'Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z' (1985),
"Tegana, Timanov and Tlotoxl", black and white image. 15in x 22in
Estimate: £200 - 250
Unsold

Lot 283
Hawaiian Shirt owned by John Nathan-Turner
John Nathan-Turner started his association with Doctor Who as a floor assistant in season six on "The Space Pirates" and continued his association gaining promotions until he was producer on the series in 1979 until the series took a sabbatical in 1990. He was famed for collecting and wearing Hawaiian shirts throughout his life on and off set.
Estimate: £250 - 300
Unsold

Lot 285
Lace Collar from the Episode Kinda
Peter Davison as the Doctor, lace collar worn by Anna Wing as Annatta from the episode "Kinda"
Estimate: £200 - 250
Unsold

Lot 286
Short Story by Eric Saward
Birth of a Renegade proof copy, a short story by Eric Saward for inclusion in the Radio Times 20th Anniversary celebration of Dr. Who. Inscribed "Dear Ian Don't like this very much. Doesn't work as well as it did as a picture story. See what you think. Eric" Also a copy of the Radio Times for the 20th Anniversary.
Estimate: £170 - 200
Unsold
Lot 287
Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z
Original Art by Lesley Standring for Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z. Nyssa and Nucleus of the Storm. Black and White on Art Board. 15 x 22 inches
Estimate: £150 - 180
Unsold

Lot 288
Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z
Original Artwork by Lesley Standring from 'Doctor Who Illustrated A-Z' (1985), "K9 and Kamelion", black and white image. 15in x 22in
Estimate: £200 - 250
Unsold

Lot 292
Set Blueprint
From Peter Davison's first episode as the Doctor a blueprint for the set designed by Janet Budden.
Estimate: £250 - 300
Unsold
Lot 308
Two Radio Times cover proofs,
1983, marking the 20th Anniversary of the programme, one for the regular issue, the other for a Special, each mounted and framed and with inscription Presented To John Nathan Turner By Radio Times
Estimate: £150 - 200
Unsold

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