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Hi,

Can someone please help me compile a list of Doctor Who Autograph cards signed by the Doctors. So far I have ->

Doctor #3 - Jon Pertwee (1 card)

DW Series 2

Doctor #4 - Tom Baker (3 cards)

Definitive 1
Definitive 2
40th Anniversary

Doctor #5 - Peter Davison (5 cards)

DW Series 1
Definitive 1
Definitive 3
40th Anniversary
DW Trilogy

Doctor #6 - Colin Baker (4 cards)

DW Series 1
Definitive 1
Definitive 3
40th Anniversary

Doctor #7 - Sylvester McCoy (4 cards)

DW Series 3
Definitive 1
Definitive 3
40th Anniversary

Doctor #8 - Paul McGann (2 cards)

Definitive 1
40th Anniversary

Is that correct?
Thanks. :-)
 
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David Tennant did sign 2 different Harry Potter cards . ( not as the doctor but still an auto card )
 
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and the Doctor himself signed for Monster Invasion Extreme.

Can't get better than that. Thumb Up

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I thought Christopher Eccleston had signed for one of the Heroes sets (although I could be wrong and obviously it's not him as The Doctor).

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So does anyone know who currently has the license for Doctor Who? Why their webpage sucks? And if there are any plans for an Eccleston, Tennant or Smith auto card?
 
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Originally posted by WandringRebel:
I thought Christopher Eccleston had signed for one of the Heroes sets (although I could be wrong and obviously it's not him as The Doctor).


Nope, he did not sign for any of those sets. Frown

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So does anyone know who currently has the license for Doctor Who? Why their webpage sucks? And if there are any plans for an Eccleston, Tennant or Smith auto card?


I don't think anyone has the license for the new series -- Inkworks had it and did a preview set at Comic Con and a few promos, but didn't release an actual set or any signed cards. Your best bet is the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire card signed by David Tennant. I have it and it's a nice card.

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The BBC currently has the license for Doctor Who and life is too short to explain why no card manufacturers are getting it.

Let's just say it's complex.

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Doctor Who trading cards ARE being made here in the UK, such Battles in Time and Monster Invasion. It's just that the BBC are not following a blinkered approach of producing a very limited US style release of a just a few thousand boxes with sketches and autos. The current Monster Invasion cards are on sale in all over the UK in newsagents. Since many sets have been released I guess it has been a very financially successful model, which no doubt they want to continue.
 
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