This is the SFX Imperial Dalek Gun which can be seen on IMP2 (as referred to by Dalek-6388) Used in an explosive scene in the episode Remembrance of the Daleks.
Originally auctioned by John Nathan-Turner in 1989 during the “A Day At The Forum” convention, and was held in the school which was used for filming of Remembrance of the Daleks.
The original auction winner then sold the gun in auction on the 1st July 2006.
We purchased it for a client of ours from the winner of the auction in 2006 and have now retained this back into our collection.
This was used on the screen used TYJ Tardis in it’s years of being used for promotional purposes, it does not include the fresnel but is still an iconic symbol of the Tardis. Please note that although this was on a screen used Tardis, this Tardis lamp section was not screen used, it was made during the restoration of the Tardis in the 90’s and was then used for promotional purposes for the BBC.
Maxtible shows Kemel the door through which Jamie will pass. Before Maxtible can stop him, Kemel opens the door for his master. Sharpened metal spikes spring out from the doorframe and Kemel recoils in surprise. Maxtible laughs and activates a mechanism that makes the spikes retract”
From the personal collection of the set designer from Evil of the Daleks
We also attach a telesnap of the Portcullis, due to the episode being one of the missing episodes makes this a truly desirable prop to obtain.
Screen Used in Doctor Who, Evil of the Daleks – Episode 3 Fibreglass Portcullis Spike made by Shawcraft Models Year: 1967
The Runaway Bride Prop Notes
Production used in the Doctor Who episode “The Runaway Bride” comes with one of each note and an A5 COA Card signed by Matthew Doe of TBT Props.
A very rare opportunity to obtain an original production used Sontaran filming miniature ship from The Two Doctors. Obtained from a BBC Visual Effects member, this falls into many great categories from a production used ship, sontaran related and classic who. Staring both Patrick Troughton and Colin Baker, the Sontaran ships were used in multiple scenes throughout the story. Measures roughly 2.5″ in width, including a metal thread where a fixing was secured to the ship to make it turn.