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June 24th, 2016 6 comments

Robert Harrop Doctor Who Cyberman 1966 Monochrome

Available to order from www.robertharrop.com

Robert Harrop Designs have been creating collectable hand painted figurines for over 30 years and have gained a well earned reputation of high quality and accuracy of detail.

Their extensive portfolio includes Thunderbirds, Camberwick Green, Beano Dandy and 2000AD to name but a few. A portfolio that is extremely nostalgic and very British, so it was no surprise that Doctor Who would be the next project that we wanted to embrace into our studios!

  • A Limited Edition Handpainted figurine / statue from the Doctor Who Collection
  • Designed and Sculpted in Shropshire, England by Robert Harrop Designs
  • Official BBC License. Each piece is approved by the Doctor Who television production team at BBC Wales in Cardiff. Additionally, the Doctors are approved by the actors themselves
  • Individually hand numbered with a unique number on the base
  • Comes complete in a presentation box with information card and a Certificate of Authenticity!

In partnership with the BBC, Harrpos have meticulously hand sculpted a range of 1:12 scale, hand cast and hand painted Doctor Who figurines, each made to strict Worldwide Limited Editions.

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Categorised under: 1:12 Scale Robert Harrop Figurines, Busts, statues, dolls and figurines, Collectables

6 comments

  • stuart

    January 19th, 2017 - 2:27pm

    it is a nice figure , I bought this one and agree it does look to short on the legs.. the top half of the body look a lot bulkier then bottom half … plus viewing from the back the is not correct either, you would think he is wearing a jumper and trousers … it was a one piece suit. Didn’t buy standard one due to face wrong colour.

    Poss it was made with short legs to fit into there scale.. its same height as revenge cyberman

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  • Anonymous

    June 26th, 2016 - 11:27am

    All the Harrop Cybermen have stumpy legs. I guess they’re trying to keep them all the same height, but as I don’t have a Doctor figure to stand next to mine I can’t say for sure whether they are in proportion.

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  • Alan

    June 24th, 2016 - 7:39pm

    Looks like a toddler Cyberman should have longer legs surely

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  • The super whovian

    June 24th, 2016 - 5:42pm

    I prefer the monochromes they have such a great charm to them

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  • Demdike@CultLabs

    June 24th, 2016 - 4:58pm

    Looks a bit short and stubby to me.

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  • Anonymous

    June 24th, 2016 - 12:53pm

    I’ve avoided this series…mainly due to them being out of my price range…but I may have to get this one. Love it.

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