Sunday, 17 March 2013

Original 5th Doctor items on eBay -
The Silurian Jigsaw

I’ve been monitoring the various original fifth Doctor items on sale via eBay recently, and have started to notice a disturbing pattern...

It all puts me in mind of a grisly murder a couple of years back where the dismembered body parts of the victim were found scattered across two counties!

Imagine my horror when it emerged the killer had lived barely a dozen streets from where I live in Borehamwood!
Jeffrey Howe Murder
So the eBay listings for firstly chunks of the mask of a Silurian from Warriors Of The Deep, then later its arm and then a LEG made me think of that terrible crime.

Has someone done the deed in a Silurian and is slowly disposing of the body? Time will tell....



Warriors Of The Deep
framed piece of Silurian mask
SOLD FOR £35

Original screen used Silurian leader costume piece from Warriors of the deep (1984)

This is an unbelievable piece for all Dr Who fans.

Any props from the original series of Dr Who are rare, those from actual creatures are even rarer.

This is a piece from the 1984 story starring Peter Davison - Warriors of the Deep. These fantastic creatures are iconic and this is fondly remembered as the only time they returned in the original run of the series, 14 years after their first appearance.

This is an original piece from the costume of the Silurian leader from the famous episode which saw the return of these creatures, first seen in 1970.

This is from the costume of their leader. This costume was purchased in a Bonham's auction in 1991. The body was made from scales attached to a boiler suite, however the original costume has deteriorated greatly due to this crude design.

This highly detailed piece was from the left leg and was worn on the skin directly and as such was made with much more detail and has survived in perfect condition.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and is brought to you with no reserve - I only have one piece from each limb, so this is a real chance of a lifetime

This piece is presented in a massive 14 x 10 inch 3D display frame and come with a certifcate of authenticity from the doctor who prop experts from whom I bought the costume, who got them from the Bonhams BBC auction.



Warriors Of The Deep
framed piece of Silurian Leader mask
SOLD FOR £87

Original screen used Silurian leader costume piece from ‘Warriors of the deep’ (1984)

This is an unbelievable piece for all Dr Who fans.

Any props from the original series of Dr Who are rare, those from actual creatures are even rarer.

This is a piece from the 1984 story starring Peter Davison - Warriors of the Deep. These fantastic creatures are iconic and this is fondly remembered as the only time they returned in the original run of the series, 14 years after their first appearance.

This is an original piece from the costume of the Silurian leader from the famous episode which saw the return of these creatures, first seen in 1970.

This is from the costume of their leader. This costume was purchased in a Bonham's auction in 1991. The body was made from scales attached to a boiler suite, however the original costume has deteriorated greatly due to this crude design.

This highly detailed piece was from the leg and was worn on the skin directly and as such was made with much more detail and has survived in perfect condition.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and is brought to you with no reserve.

This piece is presented in a massive 14 x 10 inch 3D display frame and come with a certifcate of authenticity from the doctor who prop experts from whom I bought the costume, who got them from the Bonhams BBC auction.


Warriors Of The Deep
Silurian right arm
SOLD FOR £192

You are bidding on part of a original Silurian costume ie the "Right Arm".This was part of the Silurian body suit worn on-screen by Norman Comer playing the lead role of Ichtar in the 1984 Doctor Who story Warriors Of The Deep.

This Silurian right arm is part of the Silurian body suit sold in Bonhams Doctor Who sale in 1991.The costume had the name of the actor "Norman Comer" written in which is the name of the leader ichta

Arm measures approx 25 inches to the longest point.

This is an amazing piece and is in its original condition, the arm has lost some reptilian latex skin.

I only know of two surviving silurians from the entire history of the original dr who series - and one has been restored!

Here is your chance to own a original screen used piece of Doctor Who history,would look great framed up.

Warriors Of The Deep
Silurian Right Leg
SOLD FOR £172.87

You are bidding on part of a original Silurian costume ie the "Right leg".This was part of the Silurian body suit worn on-screen by Norman Comer playing the lead role of Ichtar in the 1984 Doctor Who story Warriors Of The Deep.

This Silurian right leg is part of the Silurian body suit sold in Bonhams Doctor Who sale in 1991.The costume had the name of the actor "Norman Comer" written in which is the name of the leader ichta

Leg measures approx 40 inches long.

This is an amazing piece and is in its original condition,the arm has lost some reptilian latex skin.

I only know of two surviving silurians from the entire history of the original dr who series - and one has been restored!


Warriors Of The Deep
Silurian Left Arm and Chest
SOLD FOR £132

You are bidding on part of a original Silurian costume ie the front part of the left Arm and Chest,but not the back part of the costume.This was part of the Silurian body suit worn on-screen by Norman Comer playing the lead role of Ichtar in the 1984 Doctor Who story Warriors Of The Deep.

This Silurian left arm and chest is part of the Silurian body suit sold in Bonhams Doctor Who sale in 1991. The costume had the name of the actor "Norman Comer" written in which is the name of the leader ichta.

This is an amazing piece and is in its original condition,the arm has lost some reptilian latex skin.

I only know of two surviving silurians costumes from the entire history of the original dr who series - this part of the costume is from one of them.

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