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November 20th, 2016 8 comments

Weetabix Doctor Who Boxes and Replica Cards

These, and other Weetabix items are available to order from

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Gordon Archer was the artist behind most ol the Weetabix promotions during the 1970s and 80s. His distinctive style, using fine lines and inks, proved influential during that era and inspired budding artists in years to come.


As part of the 1975 Weetabix promotion, the cards that bore these characters were collected and traded by children in playgrounds across the country.


Some were lucky enough to have kept them while most lost the cards over the years. Either way, Gordon hopes you’ll enjoy his iconic artwork once again.


Categorised under: Yesteryear


  • Andrew

    December 22nd, 2018 - 11:53pm

    Just solve a query which is annoying me, was the third Doctor ever produced. I swear I remember seeing one of him in a green jacket as part of the Weetabix collection. Is it true or just a distorted memory from my past?

    • david Evans

      March 22nd, 2019 - 12:56pm

      No, there was no Jon pertwwe, in the set of 24 first set of Weetabix doctor who cards 1975 an none in the 1977 set of 18 characters and 6 code breakers. Distorted memory l.o.l David Evans

    • David Evans a.k.a MOLEY

      April 27th, 2019 - 2:27am

      Further more to your query the only doctor on the Weetabix 75 and 1977 sets was tom baker. David Evans. A.K.A MOLEY

    • Francis Hogan

      August 17th, 2020 - 2:44am

      Andrew, perhaps you might be remembering the product featured in the following link –

  • Anonymous

    November 23rd, 2016 - 8:02am

    The TARDIS diorama is wonderful. Want!

  • Floppy Who

    November 21st, 2016 - 6:42pm

    Wow! I can relive my youth without eating ridiculous quantities of breakfast cereal like I did in the 1970s….

    • Jon Archer

      November 21st, 2016 - 6:58pm

      Exactly! And with a 10% refund on all orders until Christmas (excluding overseas mug orders) 🙂

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