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Fourth Doctor 1:6 Scale Collector Figure Sells Out!

Crafted lovingly in plastic the Fourth Doctor 1:6 Scale Signature Edition Collector Figure from the peerless Big Chief Studio is such a great likeness of the irascible, quicksilver Doctor that you can’t have it.

Unsurprisingly, with its surprised expression, its host of signature accessories including the iconic long scarf and idiosyncratic bag of Jelly Babies, its interchangeable hands, the Hand of Fear, The Key to Time, the Time Tracer, the ever reliable sonic screwdriver, Yo-yo, cravat neck tie and tartan waistcoat; the figure has sold out.

Even at the pre-order stage; you still can’t have it! What a tease!

But don’t let that stop you from admiring the work that’s gone into creating this fantastic collectable.

To develop the most accurately scaled collector’s figure, artists at Big Chief Studios studied countless reference photographs, to create a realistic and authentic character portrait of the Fourth Doctor, including hand-tailoring the Time Lords trademark costume in exact detail.

Officially licensed and authorised by BBC Worldwide, each figure is numbered, includes a hand-signed autograph plaque, display stand and an accompanying certificate of authenticity.

…When it’s available of course.

The Fourth Doctor 1:6 Scale Signature Edition Collector Figure is/was available to pre-order from Big Chief Studios for £189.99.


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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