TARDIS sells for 10,000 pounds at auction

Doctor Who‘s TARDIS has gone for an out of this world price – fetching more than £10,000 at auction.

The prop, used by the ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston, was sold at Bonham’s in a memorabilia sale, which also included Daleks and Cybermen.

The 10ft painted wooden TARDIS went for £10,800. It was expected to sell for upwards of £8,000.

A console for the time-travelling craft created for a long-running Doctor Who exhibition at Longleat in the 1970s sold for £900.

A Cyberman helmet made in 1967 which featured in the Who stories Moonbase and The Tomb Of The Cybermen went for £7,800.

Two Daleks which appeared in 1960s episodes – one of which was little more than a shell – fetched £4,800 each.

And a model of the Doctor’s robotic canine helper K-9 fetched a price of £1,200.

All prices include the buyer’s premium.

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