There are a good dozen Who-related items right at there end of the sale.
As usual I have separated the items by Doctor era, and you can see the rest of the items here:
Here are just the lots relating to the Fourth Doctor eraNB: There are minimal photo illustrations in the catalogue.
All colour images (bar lot 400) are internet sourced and as example only
A copy of ‘Dr. Who Discovers Prehistoric Animals’, a paperback book published in 1977, in which ‘Even Dr. Who ﬁnds out things he did not knowl', signed on the title page by Tom Baker, in blue ink.
Estimate £30 - 50
A model of the Dr. Who’s Tardis. approximately 9 1/2in. high, thought to have featured in many Dr. Who BBC Television episodes of the 1970's.
Estimate £100 - 200
Meglos, 1974 (Tom Baker) Two hats worn by General Grugger (Simon Shaw) and a Tigellan guard (Simon Shaw). (2)
Estimate £100 - 150
Pyramids of Mars, 1975 (Tom Baker) A scaled-down replica of Suterh the Destroyer’s head.
Estimate £100 - 200
Lot 383 DR. WHO/TOM BAKER
A longbow by Bear, together with some black and white photographs of Tom Baker in Dr. Who costume aiming this bow. (qty.)
Footnote: Thought to have been taken on location when Tom Baker was attending a private function in Dr. Who costume.
Estimate £500 - 700
Lot 392 DR. WHO
A camera script for The Destructors (The Sentaran Experiment, 1974, Tom Baker), signed by John Nathian-Turner, John Leeson and Colin Jeavons, a rehearsal script for Vampire from Space (1971, Jon Pertwee), and a camera script for the Keeper of Traken (1980, Tom Baker). (qty.)
Estimate £150 - 200
Lot 393 DR. WHO
A blueprint of plans for the ‘New Lightweight Demountable Tardis’ designed by Tom Yardley-Jones, showing construction and graphics of this Dr. Who telephone box,
project no. 2340/9251, dated 25/2/80, 16 1/2 x 2 3/4in.
Estimate £150 - 250
Lot 394 DR. WHO/VARIOUS
A selection of postcards and photographs, of varying sizes, signed individually by Tom Baker, Jon Pertwee, John Levene, Colin Baker, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sylvester McCoy, a clipped autograph of William Hartnell, and some others. (qty.)
Estimate £200 - 300
A plywood replica of K-9 used for promotional purposes.
Two unidentiﬁed heads and a green felt robe. (3)
Footnote: This lot was purchased from the Limegrove Theatre in Shepherd’s Bush, when it closed down in 1991.
Estimate £80 - 120
Approximately ninety negatives and nine colour photographs thought to be location stills from ‘Robot’ (1975), ‘The Sentaran Experiment’ (1975) and ‘Terror of the Zygons’ (1976), many featuring Tom Baker as Dr. Who. (qty.)
Footnote: To be sold with copyright. Whilst the seller conﬁrms that this property is sold with copyright, Bonhams can accept no liability in relation to any matters arising as a result of any imperfection in copyright given.
Estimate £600 - 800