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June 24th, 2016 12 comments

Robert Harrop Doctor Who Cyberman 1966

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

12 comments

  • stuart

    January 19th, 2017 - 2:10pm

    the hands were actually painted a very light icey bluish grey to represent the coldness (more blue than grey).. plus the face was a light jersey grey material , same used on the body underneath the clear boiler type suit, plus the head peace part was not green… it was clear plastic. I wish they would do proper research in future figures.

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  • ALAN

    June 30th, 2016 - 2:18pm

    The face was never that colour so it’s not accurate.

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  • The super whovian

    June 24th, 2016 - 8:49pm

    One of the best Cybermen figurines I have ever seen

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  • TheDaleksDeath

    June 24th, 2016 - 4:28pm

    Grey hands? Eh?

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    • The super whovian

      June 24th, 2016 - 5:39pm

      Not sure if true but apparently some of them wore gloves. But I think we all wanted human hands

    • classic or what

      June 24th, 2016 - 10:38pm

      On the day of shooting the tenth planet the designer forgot about the hands so at the last minute they painted there hands grey

    • MrHaloWho

      June 25th, 2016 - 4:23pm

      Why would they paint their hands grey, in a black and white show?

    • Cyberman Bill

      June 26th, 2016 - 5:28pm

      They would paint there hands grey so they came out gray instead of white

    • Cyberman Bill

      June 26th, 2016 - 5:33pm

      It would match the continuity of the whole costume palette. If u ever go back and watch the Munsters, why did they bother painting him green if it was a black and white show? Why bother putting actors in colorful clothing if it’s a black and white show? The costumer has a vision or the producer and they will try and make that vision come true

    • prototype dalek

      June 27th, 2016 - 12:25pm

      It is a good point though Cyberman Bill, If it is black and white it doesn’t really make much of a difference

  • KEVIN BUNKER

    June 24th, 2016 - 4:15pm

    This looks great, most impressive of the new pieces for me. 🙂

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  • prototype dalek

    June 24th, 2016 - 1:28pm

    I like this one, a very detailed figurine of the tenth planet cyberman!

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