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July 5th, 2013 4 comments

50th Anniversary BBC Shop Prints – 7th Doctor

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Sylvester McCoy Limited Edition Print – BBC Shop Exclusive

Available to order from the BBC Shop

To celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who BBC Shop is producing a very special limited edition print for each Doctor and releasing one each month during 2013. There are only 100 available of this collectible framed print with mounted medallion. Only available at BBC Shop. Don’t miss out on this very exciting release complete with certificate of authenticity.

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The TARDIS is attacked by villainous Time Lady the Rani, triggering the Doctor’s next regeneration. His Seventh body was both a spoon-playing clown and a master of deep dark secrets. He toppled empires in a single night, entertained in the circus of the Gods of Ragnarok and played chess with the ancient and evil Fenric.

Despite telling Ace that they still had “work to do” as they strode away from her home town of Perivale, it was in this incarnation that the television series was rested. The Seventh Doctor went on to have many adventures in books, comic strips and on audio. He returned on the eve of the millennium to transport the remains of the Master back to Gallifrey. Emerging from the TARDIS, he was shot by a street gang and died on the operating table.

  • Individually boxed
  • Print measurement: 16 x 20 inches – Outer measurements 57x47cm
  • Certificate of authenticity
  • Bespoke silver plated double sided medallion insert
  • 40x30mm contemporary moulding
  • Double mount
  • Photographic print

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Categorised under: Art, Collectables

4 comments

  • 11matt

    July 7th, 2013 - 2:43pm

    looks cool 😎

    Reply
  • Chris

    July 6th, 2013 - 3:11am

    You showed SOMETHING from Season 24…….get out.

    Reply
  • Dalek The Supreme

    July 5th, 2013 - 4:01pm

    Now THIS is a print! It actually represents more than 1 story! Shame there are no Haemovores or Cheetah People, but the Imperial Daleks with their Special Weapons Dalek, Ace, and the Rani are good editions too. Love the question marks!

    Reply
  • matparks08

    July 5th, 2013 - 1:27pm

    A shame the main emphasis is on Time and the Rani and not a few other stories as well.

    Reply

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