Posted By John Bowman
Two items from the 1980s era of Doctor Who are to be auctioned at the Knightsbridge branch of Bonhams next month.
A moulded and painted foam baby Tyrannosaurus rex in a jar from the 1985 Colin Baker story The Mark of the Ranicarries an estimate of 600 to 800 pounds.
The lot originally came from the collection of the late producer John Nathan-Turner.
Also going under the hammer in the entertainment memorabilia sale on June 18 is a Dalek guard costume from thePeter Davison adventure Resurrection of the Daleks.
This particular lot has 'Rula Lenska' plus a measurement inscribed in ballpoint on the neck and comes with a moulded weapon plus background paperwork, including a copy of a note by Lenska, who played Styles in the 1984 story, and a signed photo (of whom is unclear but a good guess would be Lenska).
The estimate placed on the costume is 800 to 1,200 pounds.