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Pre-Order New Who Figurines from Harrop

In partnership with the BBC, Robert Harrop have meticulously hand sculpted their next range of 1:12 scale, hand cast and hand painted Doctor Who figurines, each made to strict Worldwide Limited Editions.

As a mark of provenance, each Limited Edition figurine is numbered with a unique Edition Number and will come packaged in a presentation box with an Information Card and Certificate of Authenticity! So, if you want to add something special to your Doctor Who collection, then why not treat yourself to one of latest additions listed below.

Cyberman- ‘The Tenth Planet’ (1966)
Sculpted by Simon Boden.
Limited Edition of 250 Worldwide

Price: £70.00

The TARDIS arrives in December 1986 at a South Pole Space Tracking station where the personnel, under the command of General Cutler, are engaged in trying to talk down a manned space capsule that has got into difficulty.

The Doctor realises that the problem stems from the gravitational pull of another planet that has entered the solar system and is now heading for Earth. His words are borne out when the base is invaded by a force of alien Cybermen. The Cybermen’s world, Mondas, is draining energy from Earth – once its ‘twin planet’ – and the situation will soon become critical.

When Mondas first appears it is vaguely said to be between Mars and Venus. Its continental land masses are similar to Earth’s, and the Doctor is aware of the existence of the planet. The brains of the Cybermen are ‘human’, but lack emotions and their bodies are impervious to bullets and extremes of temperature, but not to radiation. Their power source is Mondas itself.

The Tenth Doctor – David Tennant
Sculpted by Mike Rogers.
Limited Edition of 250 Worldwide

Price: £50.00

The Time Lords intercept the transmat beam taking the Doctor, Sarah and Harry back to Space Station Nerva and deposit them instead on the planet Skaro, the home planet of the Daleks, at an early point in its history. The Doctor is given both a mission to prevent or alter the Daleks’ development so that they become less of a threat to the universe and a time ring that will enable him and his companions to return to the TARDIS once this has been done.

Skaro was home to two races; the Thals, a warrior race, and the Kaleds, a race of teachers and philosophers. A thousand-year-old degenerative war between the two races came to a conclusion in ‘Genesis of the Daleks’ when Davros, the leading Kaled scientist, developed the Daleks as a ‘housing’ for mutated Kaleds. He was killed by his creatures after slaughtering the majority of his people. As a term of contempt, the Thals termed the remaining Kaleds ‘Dalek People’ or ‘Dals’.

SV7 – Super Voc Robot’ (1977)
Sculpted by Antony Halls.
Limited Edition of 250 Worldwide

Price: £60.00

On a distant planet, a huge sandminer vehicle, Storm Mine 4, is searching a barren desert in search of precious minerals. Onboard robots conduct a routine scan of the area and locate a large sandstorm, which the humans decide to pursue as the storm will bring heavier minerals to the surface. One of the humans goes to collect an instrument package to place into a weather balloon to study the storm. However, he is later found strangled and at about this time the TARDIS materialises in one of the mining scoops.

The human crew suspects the two time travellers of murder, and tensions increase when it is found that they have left the room in which they were locked. However, the Doctor reveals that one of the robots and a human are undercover agents for the mining company, who were placed on board the miner as a precaution to threats of a robot revolution…

The sandminer is manned by nine humans and numerous robots – black ‘Dums’ that cannot speak, pale green ‘Vocs’, and a silver ‘Super Voc’ called SV7, which controls all the ‘Dums’ and ‘Vocs’.

Davros – ‘Genesis of the Daleks’ (1975)
Sculpted by Simon Boden.
Limited Edition of 250 Worldwide

Price: £81.00

The Time Lords intercept the transmat beam taking the Doctor, Sarah and Harry back to Space Station Nerva and deposit them instead on the planet Skaro, the home planet of the Daleks, at an early point in its history. The Doctor is given both a mission to prevent or alter the Daleks’ development so that they become less of a threat to the universe and a time ring that will enable him and his companions to return to the TARDIS once this has been done.

Skaro was home to two races; the Thals, a warrior race, and the Kaleds, a race of teachers and philosophers. A thousand-year-old degenerative war between the two races came to a conclusion in ‘Genesis of the Daleks’ when Davros, the leading Kaled scientist, developed the Daleks as a ‘housing’ for mutated Kaleds. He was killed by his creatures after slaughtering the majority of his people. As a term of contempt, the Thals termed the remaining Kaleds ‘Dalek People’ or ‘Dals’.

The Malus – ‘The Awakening’ (1984)
Sculpted by Mike Rogers.
Limited Edition of 150 Worldwide

Price: £40.00

An alien war machine, the Malus, is affecting the inhabitants of the English country village of Little Hodcombe in 1984 so that a re-enactment of a Civil War battle turns into the real thing. The Malus’s aim is to gather sufficient psychic energy to activate itself fully.

The TARDIS travellers arrive to meet Tegan’s grandfather – one of the villagers – but become involved in the machinations of Sir George Hutchinson, who is in thrall to the Malus. The battle in 1643 becomes linked through time to 1984 and Will Chandler, a youth from the earlier time, finds himself in the present day. The Malus is defeated when Will pushes Sir George to his death.

Cyberman (Monochrome Edition) – ‘The Tenth Planet’ (1966)
Sculpted by Simon Boden.
Limited Edition of 100 Worldwide

Price: £75.00

The TARDIS arrives in December 1986 at a South Pole Space Tracking station where the personnel, under the command of General Cutler, are engaged in trying to talk down a manned space capsule that has got into difficulty.

The Doctor realises that the problem stems from the gravitational pull of another planet that has entered the solar system and is now heading for Earth. His words are borne out when the base is invaded by a force of alien Cybermen. The Cybermen’s world, Mondas, is draining energy from Earth – once its ‘twin planet’ – and the situation will soon become critical.

When Mondas first appears it is vaguely said to be between Mars and Venus. Its continental land masses are similar to Earth’s, and the Doctor is aware of the existence of the planet. The brains of the Cybermen are ‘human’, but lack emotions and their bodies are impervious to bullets and extremes of temperature, but not to radiation. Their power source is Mondas itself.

Yeti (Monochrome Edition) – ‘The Web of Fear’ (1968)
Sculpted by Mike Rogers
Limited Edition of 100 Worldwide

Price: £75.00

The TARDIS narrowly avoids becoming engulfed in a web-like substance in space. It then arrives in the London Underground railway system, the tunnels of which are being overrun by the web and by the Great Intelligence’s robot Yeti.

The Doctor, along with companions Victoria and Jamie, learn that this crisis was precipitated when Professor Travers, whom they first met in the Himalayas some forty years earlier, accidentally caused one of the Yeti to be reactivated, opening the way for the Intelligence to make another invasion attempt.

The Great Intelligence has no physical form but it is capable of communicating, both by itself and through possession of living creatures.  The TARDIS is trapped in space by a web-like material of which The Great Intelligence can create anywhere and has properties which interfere with the TARDIS systems.

The Great Intelligence and the Yeti make their first appearance in ‘The Abominable Snowmen’ during the time of the Second Doctor, portrayed by Patrick Troughton.

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