If you’ve ever wanted a chance to own just a small piece of “Doctor Who” history, now is your chance as the BBC prepares to auction off several key props and costumes from the long-running series.
Among the many items being auctioned are Cybermen and Daleks, not to mention a handful of costumes worn by David Tennant himself.
Kylie Minogue’s waitress outfit is one of many costumes going under the hammer and is expected to reach $4,600. The outfit was part of the 2007 festive adventure “The Voyage of the Damned” and was part of the nine-month long exhibition in Glasgow, Scotland. Other costumes that were part of the event will also be listed, including David Morrissey’s costume from “The Next Doctor” Christmas special.
Other outfits also will be up for auction, including The Doctor’s dinner suit (also from “Voyage of the Damned”) as well as Rose Tyler’s jacket. The “Doomsday” levels are also among the more interesting items.
From the classic series, some Imperial Daleks will be available for purchase, one of which has been slightly altered for part of the official “Doctor Who” exhibition. Other classic items include costumes for Cheetah people and Vervoids.
However, one item that may have fans of the franchise really excited is a four-wheel drive Range Rover that was last seen heading out of Cardiff on the eve of the 456 invasion. Yes, Capt. Jack’s sleek and super-cool Torchwood-mobile will be available for one lucky fan to cruise around the streets looking for aliens.
The auction will take place at Bonhams, London on Feb. 24.