There are a number of Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures items on offer.
Most of the Doctor Who items are left over the from the previous sale in December last year, now with considerably reduced estimates and reserves.
The McCoy Panama hat on sale has an erroneous handkerchief around it, which is a bit peculiar.
As usual I have separated the items by Doctor era, and you can see the rest of the items here:
Here are just the lots relating to the Seventh Doctor era
DOCTOR WHO: AN ORIGINAL COSTUME DESIGN FOR SYLVESTER MCCOY AS THE 7TH DOCTOR, pencil watercolour and felt-pen, signed and inscribed by the designer, Silvester McCoy Dr Who - April 4th 1987 Ken Trew April 2.87, mounted and framed, 17¾ x 28¼ inches (45 x 72cm) overall
Estimate £4,000 - 4,500
DOCTOR WHO: A COLLECTION OF SCRIPTS FROM THE SYLVESTER MCCOY ERA, TOGETHER WITH LIGHT AND FLOOR PLANS the scripts comprising 'The Curse Of Fenric', Pts 1-3, 'Battlefield', Pts. 3 and and Camera Script, and 'Ghost Light', Recording Order, three various Camera Scripts and Transmission Scripts for Pts 1 and 2, some incomplete; together with some dozen studio plans for 'Ghost Light'
Estimate £600 - 800
Sold for £437
DOCTOR WHO: SYLVESTER MCCOY - AN ORIGINAL SCREEN-USED AND SIGNED TRADEMARK PANAMA HAT, a silk Paisley handkerchief attached as a hatband, the inside signed and inscribed in black marker This belongs to Sylvester McCoy, inner band stamped Panama Type Bates 21A Jermyn Street London SW, Size 7.
Research indicates that this hat was likely to be that worn by Sylvester McCoy during Season 24 of 'Doctor Who', in 1987.
Estimate £800 - 1,200
DOCTOR WHO: 'REMEMBRANCE OF THE DALEKS' - AN ORIGINAL CONTROL PANEL FROM THE SERIES, 1988, comprising a black-painted hardboard panel pierced for triangular and circular perspex sections to the reverse, with yellow, green and red plastic overlays, 18 x 19 inches (46x48cm)
Estimate £300 - 500
Sold for £525
DOCTOR WHO: THE CURSE OF FENRIC, 1989, A HAEMOVORE HEAD, moulded and painted foam latex, a half-head prosthetic mask with elastic backstraps; together with another moulded and painted foam full-head, production uncertain, inside indistinctly inscribed in red marker A.J. Ke.., each approximately 12 inches (30cm) high.
Sold on behalf of the charity, The Haven, London. For further information, visit www.thehaven.org.uk/
Estimate £250 - 300
Sold for £437