Thursday, 21 November 2013

Bonhams auction - 18th December 2013

With December looming, it is time for another Bonhams Entertainment Memorabilia sale!

The past few auctions have been Doctor Who lite when it comes to items, so there is no surprise that the first post-Anniversary is brimming with costumes and nick backs, dating back to 1968.

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 154
DOCTOR WHO: THE CAVES OF ANDROZANI - AN ORIGINAL SHARAZ JEK HEAD COWL, leather on card, slit to back, with elasticated piece to neck, punched holes to sides, labelled to interior 'Steven Gregory, 12 Mundania Road, London, SE22 0NG, Tel: 01-693 7605', together with a reproduction image featuring the piece, height 12 inches (30cm)




FOOTNOTES
For the matching original headpiece sold for £4,800, see lot 111, Doctor Who: The Auction, Bonhams Knightsbridge, 24 February 2010.

Estimate £700 - 900
Sold for £1,000

Lot 155
DOCTOR WHO: PLANET OF FEAR - A COLLECTION OF SCRIPTS

a file containing revised story order and rehearsal scripts for Episodes 2-4, 1983, all annotated and as used in the Gallery, with cast breakdown and other production details, some water damage
FOOTNOTES
Broadcast in March 1984.
Provenance: Fiona Cumming, Director of the serial.

Estimate £200 - 300
Sold for £325

Lot 156
DOCTOR WHO: SNAKEDANCE - SCRIPTS AND RELATED MATERIAL

comprising: a file with annotated camera scripts for Episodes 1-4, with Cast Breakdown and other production details; together with a Mr. Punch prop head, as made by Barry Smith for the Punch & Judy sequence in Episode 3; and a Doctor Who Handbook, circa 1983
FOOTNOTES
Broadcast in January 1983.
Provenance: Fiona Cumming, Director of the serial.

Estimate £350 - 450
Sold for £812

Lot 160
DOCTOR WHO: CASTROVALVA - SCRIPTS AND OTHER MATERIAL

Episodes 1-3, a file with camera and dubbing scripts (six in all), Story Order and other production details, with annotations, September/October 1981; together with a Doctor Who Handbook, Issue Date March '81, with character/cast and general production details
FOOTNOTES
Broadcast in January 1982, this was the first full serial to feature Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor.
Provenance: Fiona Cumming, Director of the serial.

Estimate £300 - 400
Sold for £350

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