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Doctor Who props and costumes up for auction

David Tennant
Tennant's suit from the 2007 Christmas special is expected to fetch 3000

A selection of props and costumes from BBC One's Doctor Who are to go under the hammer in London later this month.

Fans can snap up their own Cyberman, Dalek or Sea Devil at the auction, as well as costumes worn by the 10th Doctor himself, David Tennant.

Other highlights of the sale include Kylie Minogue's waitress costume she wore in a 2007 Christmas special, which is expected to fetch up to £3,000.

The auction will take place at Bonhams on 24 February.

From the same Christmas special, Tennant's two-piece Paul Smith dinner suit is also up for grabs valued at around £3,000.

A jacket worn by Billie Piper's character Rose Tyler is expected to raise up to £700 while a pair of her pyjamas and dressing gown could fetch £250.

Two Imperial Daleks costumes from Sylvester McCoy's tenure as the Doctor in 1988 are also in the sale.

One, altered for exhibition purposes, is hoped to fetch £3,500, while the other could raise up to £7,000.

There is also a selection of vehicles in the auction - including Captain Jack's Torchwood Range Rover and a black cab from The Runaway Bride episode starring Catherine Tate, aired in 2006.



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