This got me thinking, and I looked back over past auctions and found a couple more items worth sharing.
John Pertwee as Dr. Who, 1970-1974
A complete outfit and sonic screwdriver, comprising: black cape coat, of wool, with plastic buttons to front, satin lined having large pockets inside, labelled "Angels & Bermans", together with a black watered silk cravat, a burgundy velvet jacket, with black watered silk effect edging and cuff detail, with wooden and plastic buttons with metal thread with black wool lining labelled inside "A. Grofs, KEIL-G" and a "sonic screwdriver" of silver painted aluminium with red, white and black edged buttons.
This costume was used for exhibition and promotional purposes and did not feature in the television series.
Jon Pertwee took The Doctor in a different direction from the "Cosmic Hobo" and decided to portray a Dandy, but with a difference. He was a master of Venusian Karate and became the James Bond version of the Doctor with his marvellous gadgets and quick wit. Instead of the hairy coat or Victorian tailcoats he opted for deep purple velvet jackets, cape and scalloped shirtfronts.
Costume by Christine Rawlins.
Sold for £9,600