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Art For Hearts: Colin Howard

First of all, my apologies for not covering last week’s Art For Hearts item; I was busy regenerating and I didn’t have access to a computer. In case you’re curious, last week’s sale was a Colin Howard signed print featuring the Hartnell Doctor, which sold for £18.36.

But if you’re a Colin Howard fan and you missed that piece because I had to go and turn into the Sixth Patrick (eh? You regenerated? – Ed), don’t fret! This week’s print, a marvelous depiction of the Troughton Doctor, has also been crafted and signed by Mr. Howard!

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Art For Hearts organiser Ian Stacey made a comment on his blog about several of the Howard creations in the auction (there are more to come) including this week’s:

“The prints are reproductions of paintings Colin created in acrylics on light card. They are A3 and are absolutely stunning. Our thanks to Colin for his very kind donation.”

Less than five days left to bid on this one, folks! If you don’t go for it by Monday, you’ve lost your chance forever! Find it here on eBay!

Since I wasn’t around to report the results, I’ll mention that two weeks ago, Mr. Stacey sold the Lee Binding cover proof of Doctor Who: Starships and Spacestations for £6.00.

For more information about Art For Hearts, read our introduction and their blog.



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