Interestingly a number of the extensive Doctor Who items sound very much like those sold back in January, though with much higher estimates this time around.
More recently I think we have seen some of these lots continuing to be sold on. It’s fascinating to trace the items back through the various auction catalogues, following the prices they sell for.
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
Lot 690 ‘Dragonﬁre’, 1987 (Sylvester McCoy) Two spiked uniform helmets, in Teutonic style.
Lot 692 ‘Happiness Patrol’, 1988 (Sylvester McCoy) Five Drone masks.
Lot 693 ‘Ghostlight’, 1989 (Sylvester McCoy) John Nathan-Turner’s running order sheets for episodes 1 and 3.
Lot 694 ‘Survival’, 1989 (Sylvester McCoy) A copy of the script for episode 3, the ﬁnal episode of Dr. Who.
Lot 695 The pocket watch worn by Sylvester McCoy during his time as Dr. Who.