Doctor Who memorabilia fetches £2,500 at auction

A range of Doctor Who collectables went on sale during an auction in Shropshire this weekend, which fetched around £2,500.

Taking place at Halls, 300 items were included in the memorabilia, with a life-sized Dalek proving to be the most popular after it was sold for £520.

The collection belonged to a collector from Llandudno who had been collecting the goods for more than 20 years.

Other collectables on sale included 15 Doctor Who annuals, which raised £180 and a collection of Daleks by Dapol, which went for £130, reports

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