The gavel banging cash-fest will include such fine wares as:
Lot 111: Jon Pertwee’s Inverness cape: as worn during the the risible 30th anniversary episode Dimensions In Time- with an estimate of £4,000-£5000,
Lot 111A: A rehearsal script for Dr Who And The War Games: pretty self explanitory, this comes from episode seven and includes annotations, a related memo and will cut a £200-£300 chunk out of your wallet.
Lot 112: A TARDIS key: harking from the 1988 season and including such detail as a Prydonian seal, a chain, and is accompanied with a statement of authenticity from The Model Unit confirming it was part of a batch made especially for that series- unlocking this key will cost you £2,500-£3,000.
Lot 113: a collection of thirty four re-release film posters: a set comprising of six one sheet posters for Dr. Who and the Daleks and twenty eight Dalek Invasion Earth 2150 AD all rolled and ready to be auctioned off on ebay for just £200-£300.
Lot 114: ‘Mona Lisa’ painting from City Of Death: one of several Mona’s produced for the Douglas Adams penned classic. Rumour has it this one hung in the production offices of Doctor Who during the 80′s- the lady with the ambiguous counternance will set you back £1,000- £2,000.
Lot 115: A miniature TARDIS model, created for exhibition purposes: consisting of paper, plastic and the odd board this model is the cheapest lot of the day setting you back a miniscule £150-£200.
Lot 116: costume from Resurrection Of The Daleks, 1984 & Lot 117: costume from Resurrection Of The Daleks, 1984: both lots consist of various prison guard/prison ship uniforms all with ballpointed names in the collars so they don’t get mixed up in the cloak room at the end of the day. Both lots are estimated to raise between £300-£400.
Head to Bonhams for a full list of the items available both Doctor Who and otherwise.