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Cyberman helmet goes up for sale
Cyberman
Revenge of the Cybermen saw Tom Baker take on the Doctor's long time foe
A Cyberman helmet from Doctor Who is among the items going under the hammer in a TV and film memorabilia auction.

The mask, expected to fetch up to 500, was used to promote the 1975 episode Revenge of the Cybermen.

The sale on Tuesday by auctioneers Cooper Owen includes a Bond stunt rifle used by Pierce Brosnan in the opening sequence of Tomorrow Never Dies.

Other items include a shield used by Brad Pitt in Troy and Pamela Anderson's costumes from her TV series VIP.

Horror hat

An Orang-utan costume from 1970 sci-fi movie Beneath the Planet of the Apes is expected to fetch up to 12,000.

A hat used by Freddy Kruger actor Robert Englund in Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master is also on sale.

Unusual non-entertainment items being auctioned include a pass to the House of Commons signed by wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

Autographs by stars including Charlie Chaplin, Kirk Douglas, Tarzan actor Johnny Weissmuller and actor Harold Sakata - who play Bond baddy Odd Job - are all up for sale.

The auction is due to start at 1700 BST.


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