The tag on the helmet relates to that auction.
A VERY RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN A GENUINE PIECE OF TV HISTORY FROM EVERYONES FAVOURITE SHOW.
POSTAGE WILL BE £7.55 SPECIAL DELIVERY (PLEASE NOTE, DUE TO THE VALUE OF THIS ITEM I WILL NOT SHIP AT ANYTHING LESS THAN SPECIAL DELIVERY)
Plus someone is selling of their script collection on eBay this month, and here are the times relating to the Fourth Doctor.
SOLD FOR £53
The Camera script is entitled Creature from the Pit, episodes one to four, starring Tom Baker as the 4th Doctor. The item is fragile with pin rust , the back page has become detached but is present, and pages shows wear with some holes here and there. So take this into consideration when bidding.
This item was obtained by me from a private collector whose associate worked for the BBC, and came into his possession before mine.
Just to add to the original description that the script has been located in its original 70s plastic folder (plastic very brittle & fragile) which has flattened out any folds in the script since the first pic was uploaded (see picture).
SOLD FOR £51
This script is from 1978 - episode 2 of The Androids of Tara starring Tom Baker
It is printed on yellow paper, which is rather faded.
Please be aware that this paper is 38 years old, and accordingly is fragile. Some of the metal butterfly clips have rusted and stained the paper.
I came by it as I was a close personal friend of John Nathan-Turner, who produced Doctor Who in the 1980s.
Upon his death (2002), and that of his partner (2007), I was left his extensive Doctor Who collection, which included a number of scripts, including this one.
John had them in his private collection due to the fact that the BBC "Classic series" production office closed in 1990, and all of the paperwork and contents of the office were to be destroyed / dumped. John realised their value, and thankfully personally saved them all, and stored them in his home in Brighton.
They were untouched in storage until 2007 when I took charge of them.
Please be aware that these items are absolutely unique. There may be "other" copies or duplicates of this script around, but this is the "file" copy held in the production office filing cabinets.