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.

Snowman – ‘The Snowmen’ (2012)
Sculpted by Mike Rogers.
Limited Edition of 150 Worldwide

Price: £44.99

In 1842 England, a young boy builds a snowman, but refuses to play with the other children. The snowman starts speaking to the boy, repeating his assertions that the other children are silly. Fifty years later, the boy has grown up to be Doctor Walter Simeon, proprietor of the Great Intelligence Institute.  He hires men to collect samples of snow, which he places in a large snow-filled globe in his laboratory before feeding the men to a group of animated snowmen.

The Doctor, still despondent after losing his former companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams, has parked his TARDIS above Victorian London among the clouds. Elsewhere, barmaid Clara Oswin Oswald investigates a disturbance outside the tavern and finds the Doctor walking by. He attempts to leave discreetly, but Clara follows him to a coach. Not wishing to become involved in matters, the Doctor instructs Strax to bring him a memory worm that will erase the last hour of Clara’s memories with just a touch. Before they can do so, they are surrounded and attacked by snowmen.

The Doctor and Sarah Jane land with the TARDIS on Earth in the year 1911 inside an old priory owned by Egyptologist Marcus Scarman. Professor Scarman has been possessed by Sutekh, last survivor of the god-like Osirans, who is held prisoner inside a pyramid in Egypt by a signal transmitted from one on Mars. Sutekh seeks his freedom and instructs Scarman to construct servicer robots – which look like Egyptian mummies – to build a missile with which to destroy the Martian pyramid.

Osiran Sutekh – ‘Pyramids of Mars’ (1975)
Sculpted by Antony Halls
Limited Edition of 300 Worldwide

Price: £59.99

Sutekh, also known as Sutekh the Destroyer, destroyed his home planet Phaester Osiris and left a trail of destruction across half the galaxy. Variations of Sutekh’s name include Set, Satan and Sadok and are abhorred in every civilised world. Sutekh’s brother Horus and the remaining seven hundred forty Osirans tracked Sutekh to Egypt and used their powers to imprison him in the Black Pyramid for 7,000 years.

Zygon – ‘Terror of the Zygons’ (1975)
Sculpted by Mike Rogers
Limited Edition of 300 Worldwide

Price: £59.99

UNIT are investigating a series of attacks on North Sea oil rigs and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart summons the Doctor and his companions to UNIT’s temporary HQ in the Scottish village of Tullock.
Upon investigation in appears that the attacks are the work of a huge cyborg, the Skarasen, controlled by a group of aliens called Zygons whose spaceship lies at the bottom of Loch Ness.  They ultimately plan to take over the Earth as a substitute for their own planet, which has been devastated by solar flares.

The Zygons first appeared in ‘Terror of the Zygons’ and have the unique ability to replicate the appearance of another being at will, although they must keep the subject alive in order to use its body print.

One of their spacecraft, commanded by warlord Broton, crash landed into Loch Ness in Antiquity. The Skarasen is a cyborg grown from an embryo and it is used by the Zygon’s as a life source, providing them with the lactic fluid they need to survive. Having lived in the waters of the Loch Ness for ‘centuries’, it is thought that the Skarasen inspired the legend of the Loch Ness Monster.

Jagaroth Scaroth – ‘City of Death’ (1979)
Sculpted by Mike Rogers
Limited Edition of 300 Worldwide

Price: £59.99

It is 1979 and the Doctor and Romana are enjoying a holiday in Paris when they become aware of a fracture in time.  During a visit to the Louvre to see da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the Doctor purloins from a stranger, the Countess Scarlioni, a bracelet that is actually an alien scanner device.

The Doctor, along with Romana and a private detective named Duggan are then ‘invited’ to the chateau of Count Scarlioni, where they find hidden in the cellar six additional Mona Lisa’s – all of them originals!
The Count is revealed to be an alien called Scaroth, last of the Jagaroth race. He was splintered in time when his ship exploded above primeval Earth, and in his twelve different aspects have since been guiding mankind’s development to a point where time travel is possible.

His intention is to go back and prevent the destruction of his ship. To finance the final stages of this project he plans to steal the Mona Lisa from the Louvre and then secretly sell the multiple copies that one of his earlier splinters has forced da Vinci to paint!

Yeti – ‘The Web of Fear’ (1968)
Sculpted by Mike Rogers
Limited Edition of 300 Worldwide

Price: £69.99

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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