Iconic suits worn by various Doctor Whos and James Bonds are going under the hammer.

The sale of more than 400 outfits created by Angels The Costumiers is believed to be Europe’s largest auction of film and TV costumes.

An outfit worn by fourth Doctor Who Tom Baker, including a maroon wool topcoat, three felt hats, a striped waistcoat and a striped scarf, is set to go on sale and is estimated to fetch between£1,200-1,500.

And the black leather jacket sported by Christopher Eccleston as the Doctor is predicted to sell for between £3-4,000.

TV comedy fans will also be able to bid on the Batman and Robin suits worn by David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst in the famous episode of Only Fools and Horses, which have an estimate value of between£4-5,000.

Among the James Bond costumes up for auction are the dinner jacket worn by Sean Connery in Thunderball in 1965 (estimated at £30-40,000) and three of Pierce Brosnan’s suits from GoldenEye in 1995.

The navy battle dress jacket worn by Roger Moore in the finale of The Spy Who Loved Me in 1977 is expected to fetch between £3-4,000.

Collectors will also be able to bid for the plain brown wool cloak worn by Alec Guinness’s Obi-Wan Kenobi, which is expected to fetch between £50-60,000, while an imperial commander’s uniform also featured in Star Wars has an estimate of between £8-10,000.

Other lots include costumes from films including Braveheart, Titanic, Elizabeth, Indiana Jones, Highlander, Evita, Superman and Harry Potter.