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March 29th, 2019 18 comments

Robert Harrop Second Doctor Monochrome Edition

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The Second Doctor Limited Edition of Only 100 Figurines Worldwide.

1966 – 1969

“Renewed? Have I? That’s it, I’ve been renewed. It’s part of the TARDIS. Without it I couldn’t survive.”

The Second Doctor made his first appearance in ‘The Tenth Planet’, a 1966 story, where the First Doctor, seemingly weakened by his battle with the Cybermen, eventually collapses and ‘regenerates’. The ‘new’ Doctor, played by Patrick Troughton, had his full debut in the next story ‘The Power of the Daleks’ where his companions Ben and Polly are at first unsure how to treat him.

In this story, the TARDIS brings the Doctor, Polly and Ben to the Earth colony on planet Vulcan, where the Doctor witnesses the murder of an examiner who had been secretly summoned by the Deputy Governor to investigate the activities of a group of rebels. Meanwhile, a scientist has discovered a crashed space capsule containing inert Daleks, which he is now in the process of reactivating. The Doctor’s warnings are ignored when the Daleks claim to be the colonists’ servants. It is the Daleks‘ behaviour towards the Doctor which at last confirms to Ben and Polly that he really is the Doctor.

  • A Limited Edition Hand painted figurine / statue from the Doctor Who Collection.
  • Designed and Sculpted in Shropshire, England by Robert Harrop Designs.
  • Traditionally Hand Sculpted by Mike Rodgers.
  • Official BBC License. The figurine has been approved by the Doctor Who television production team at BBC Wales in Cardiff and Patrick Troughton’s Estate.
  • Approximately 7 inches (178mm) tall.
  • A Limited Edition of Only 100 Figurines Worldwide.
  • Individually hand numbered with a unique number on the base.
  • Comes complete in a presentation box with information card and a Certificate of Authenticity!

The Second Doctor would appear in 119 episodes, spanning over 3 series, until his regeneration into the Third Doctor in ‘The War Games’ on 21st June, 1969. The Doctor’s companions over this time included Polly, Ben Jackson, Jamie McCrimmon, Victoria Waterfield and Zoe Heriot.

Categorised under: 1:12 Scale Robert Harrop Figurines, Collectables


  • Kevin

    April 7th, 2019 - 3:06am

    Finally saw this in hand yesterday when the one I bought for my dad turned up, it’s far more impressive than I thought it would be & now I’m kind of feeling a bit disappointed I didn’t buy it for myself. lol 🙂

  • Joe 90

    April 3rd, 2019 - 12:36pm

    Just received my monochrome Troughton his afternoon…a really nice figure and lots of detail…probably the best Doctor figure so far in my opinion.
    Loving the Harrop Who range and their brave and unusual choices of figures…never dreamt I’d have a Clockwork Soldier or Mutant…roll on Omega.

    • Sean

      April 4th, 2019 - 1:41pm

      What number did you get

    • Joe 90

      April 10th, 2019 - 5:33pm

      Hi Sean….got No 7/100…got him stood next to the Yeti and Clockwork Soldier.

  • Zygon_invader

    March 30th, 2019 - 1:10am

    Wow it sold out in less than a day

    • Kevin

      April 1st, 2019 - 10:14pm

      Not surprising, it’s a lovely piece & this version is a nice more accurate idea so makes it appealing. Personally I prefer colour but I get these versions for my dad as he saw Doctor Who from the beginning so appreciates the colouring, makes him smile so win, win. 🙂

  • Sidney

    March 29th, 2019 - 12:54pm

    Will this be delivered before the omega figure is released in april

    • booboo

      March 29th, 2019 - 12:57pm

      suppose it depends on when you order them, a lot of orders will be in for this by now so you may have to wait a while.

    • Sidney

      March 29th, 2019 - 1:13pm

      Dan from harrop just tweeted 2 weeks so that’s not to bad

  • Anonymous

    March 29th, 2019 - 11:23am

    Anyone know if u can do payment plans?

    • booboo

      March 29th, 2019 - 11:59am


  • Badwolf359

    March 29th, 2019 - 10:42am

    Its from the alternative universe where Gerry Anderson made Who instead of the BBC

    • Yogi_Bear

      March 31st, 2019 - 6:47pm

      If only.

  • Gully

    March 29th, 2019 - 9:22am

    The likeness is truly astonishing. It looks just like the fellow who begs for cash outside my local supermarket.

    • funkadelicish

      March 29th, 2019 - 9:50am

      Yeah I love the monsters Robert Harrop produce but find the human/humanoid likenesses tend to be quite a bit off (at least in my eyes – I know it’s all subjective!)

    • booboo

      March 29th, 2019 - 10:05am

      Its just their “style”, you either like them of you don’t really ( and plenty like )

    • Yogi_Bear

      March 31st, 2019 - 6:24pm

      And yet theres a mssive market for those horrible featureless funkos. No accounting for taste. Or a lack of it I suppose.

    • booboo

      March 31st, 2019 - 6:28pm

      in the USA mostly, different market

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