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November 20th, 2019 2 comments

DWAS Terrance Dicks Charity Art Card Set

Available to order while stocks last from www.ebay.co.uk (sold out)

Terrance Dicks was a name known to every Doctor Who fan. He was script editor and writer on the show for many years but is probably best known for having written many Doctor Who novelisations and novels, as well as other factual books on the series. Many fans credit a later love of reading to Terrance’s books.

Following Terrance’s death in August 2019 the Doctor Who Appreciation Society, in consultation with the family, has produced some commemorative ‘Target’ style items. The sale of these items will raise funds for ‘Save the Children’, a charity chosen by Terrance’s family.

In doing so we are very grateful to Chris Achellios, Andrew Skilliter, Alister Pearson and Jeff Cummins for allowing their artwork to be used.

Every order received by 30th November 2019 will be entered into our free draw to win an A3 signed copy of Alister’s Kinda artwork.


Categorised under: Art, Collectables

2 comments

  • Tom Parsons

    November 20th, 2019 - 7:55pm

    ordered set 2 earlier 🙂

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  • Doug Who

    November 20th, 2019 - 1:51pm

    Nice set, reasonably priced and a lovely tribute to ‘Uncle’ Terrance. I like the badge that comes with the set too. Features a good range of artists and the Jeff Cummins ‘Face of Evil’ artwork is just lovely.

    DWAS have produced some quality stuff recently. Their ‘Doctor and Daleks’ postcard set was very nice too.

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