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I’ll Take Two!

Collectible items. We’ve all got them, we all want them. But some are pricier than others. At PaulFraserCollectibles.com, they’ve got lots. They’ve also got the latest on whenever a rare or expensive collectible is sold. And with that information they’ve also built up their top 5 collectible sci-fi items.

Among them is a poster for the Fritz Lang movie Metropolis, Deckard’s gun from Blade Runner and (most importantly) several Doctor Who items.

As would be expected, they mention the TARDIS which sold at auction for £10,800 ($16,642). Funnily enough the site claims that the TARDIS is:

“Otherwise known as Time And Relative Dimensions In Space.”

Which, while true, would be a bizarre way for the Doctor to introduce it to people: “That? Oh, it’s my Time And Relative Dimensions In Space. Don’t worry about it.”

Two Dalek props that were used in 1960’s episodes of Doctor Who were also sold for £4800 ($7638) each.

Are these people insane or would you spend that much to have a TARDIS and two Daleks in your living room?

I think we all know the answer to that one…



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