SOLD OUT! - Pewter Sontaran Commander Linx, Doctor Who Figurine - Limited Edition 100

SOLD OUT! - Pewter Sontaran Commander Linx, Doctor Who Figurine - Limited Edition 100
SOLD OUT! - Pewter Sontaran Commander Linx, Doctor Who Figurine - Limited Edition 100 SOLD OUT! - Pewter Sontaran Commander Linx, Doctor Who Figurine - Limited Edition 100 SOLD OUT! - Pewter Sontaran Commander Linx, Doctor Who Figurine - Limited Edition 100 SOLD OUT! - Pewter Sontaran Commander Linx, Doctor Who Figurine - Limited Edition 100
Brand: Harrop Doctor Who
Product Code: WHOPE05 - PEWTER SONTARAN COMMANDER LINX (LE 100)
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SOLD OUT! Doctor Who
Solid English Pewter Figurine

A Limited Edition of Only 100 Figurines

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Doctor Who Sontaran Commander Linx

Be part of our history with the very first Doctor Who pieces to be released into our new Doctor Who range of sculptures! 

Each exquisite figurine is hand crafted from solid English pewter and a Limited Edition of only 100 pieces Worldwide!

As a mark of provenance, every piece will be hand stamped with a unique edition number and accompanied with a signed Certificate of Authenticity!

DATA…

Sontaran Commander Linx
From ‘The Time Warrior’ 1973

"By virtue of my authority, as an Officer of the Army Space Corps, I hereby claim this planet, its moons and its satellites, for the greater glory of the Sontaran Empire!"

Sarah Jane Smith is impersonating her aunt, virologist Lavinia Smith, in order to gain access to a research centre where top scientists are being held in protective custody while UNIT investigates the disappearance of a number of their colleagues.  The missing scientists have been kidnapped by a Sontaran and taken back to medieval England, where they are working under hypnosis to repair his damaged spaceship.

Linx is a Commander of the Fifth Army Space Fleet of the Sontaran Army Space Corps and was played by Kevin Lindsay. He was the first of the Sontaran race to appear in a Doctor Who episode in the time of the Third Doctor, portrayed by Jon Pertwee. The Sontaran’s physical appearance can be attributed to their heavy muscle structure which is designed for load bearing rather than leverage as their home planet of Sontar has a surface gravity many times that of Earth.

 

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Our exclusive Sontaran Commander Linx will be cast from 1kg of solid English Pewter by AE. Williams of Birmingham, makers of traditional hand cast English Pewter since 1779.  Historically, A.E. Williams have produced traditional Pewterware for palaces, cathedrals, stately homes, major Film TV and Theatre Companies as well as domestic Pewterware.  A family business to this day, each piece is made by skilled craftsmen with centuries of expertise. It goes without saying then, that the heritage and provenance of your figurine is therefore assured.

 

pewter manufactureEach pewter cast is barrel rolled and polished to give it that fantastic finish and lustre, characterised by traditional English Pewter giftware for which A.E. Williams are famous for.  Every piece will be individually hand stamped on the base with a specific limited edition number and will come accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Robert Harrop.

 

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  • A Limited Edition Solid English Pewter figurine / statue from the Doctor Who Collection.
  • Designed, Sculpted and Made in Shropshire, England by Robert Harrop Designs in partnership with A E Williams.
  • Sculpted by Mike Rogers.
  • Approximately 6.5 inches (166mm) tall and 1kg in weight.
  • A Limited Edition of Only 100 Figurines Worldwide.
  • Individually hand stamped with a unique number on the base.
  • Comes complete in a presentation box with data card and a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Robert Harrop.
  • FREE POST!

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Doctor Who Collection

BBC, DOCTOR WHO (word marks, logos and devices), TARDIS, DALEKS, CYBERMAN and K-9 (word marks and devices) are trade marks of the British Broadcasting Corporation and are used under licence. 
BBC logo © BBC 1996. Doctor Who logo © BBC 2009. Dalek image © BBC/Terry Nation 1963. Cyberman image © BBC/Kit Pedler/Gerry Davis 1966. K-9 image © BBC/Bob Baker/Dave Martin 1977.
Information sourced from The Discontinuity Guide by Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping. Doctor Who: The Television Companion by David J. Howe and Stephen James Walker.   The BBC.

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