|BC461A||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A (featuring 5 of the 11 Dr Who stamps), unsigned||£18.50||Buy Now|
|BC461AD||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A - Doubled with the latest 3 Doctors Stamps||£20.00||Buy Now|
|BC461S4||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A Signed by Jean Marsh OBE||£27.50||Buy Now|
|BC461AS3||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A Signed by Deborah Watling||£30.00||Buy Now|
|BC461S2||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A with 6 stamps, Signed Paul McGann||£30.00||Buy Now|
|BC461S3||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A with 5 stamps, Signed Paul McGann||£30.00||Buy Now|
|BC461AS||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A Signed by Peter Davison||£35.00||Limited Availability|
|BC461AS4||Classic TV - 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who Cover A Signed by Deborah Watling & Peter Davison||£45.00||Buy Now|
Issue Date: 26/03/2013
Issue Name: Classic TV - 50 Years of Doctor Who Cover A
Producer: Buckingham Covers
The BBC has delighted generations of fans as 11 Doctors have fought the various evil forces to save various worlds. It was difficult to single out any particular Doctor so Royal Mail has issued a separate stamp for all 11. This cover features five of the set of eleven Doctor Who stamps along with our Tardis Cardiff postmark (the home of the Doctor Who Experience and Doctor Who location), and is available signed by Peter Davison (5th Doctor), Deborah Watling (Patrick Troughton's assistant), Paul McGann (8th Doctor) or Jean Marsh (played Sara Kingdom in The Daleks Master Plan).
We are an official Doctor Who licensee and we are proud to have the BBC logo on the back of our cover. It makes this an official Doctor Who collectable.
The first Doctor Who was broadcast on the 23rd November 1963. The original actor playing him was William Hartnell, a mysterious grumpy but ultimately heroic traveller whose role ended in 1966. Since then another 10 actors have played the Doctor's various incarnations throughout the years.
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Peter Davison is an English actor with many credits in television dramas and sitcoms. He became famous as Tristan Farnon in the BBC's television adaptation of James Herriot's All Creatures Great and Small stories.
Deborah Patricia Watling was an English actress known for her role as Victoria Waterfield, a companion of the Second Doctor in the BBC television series Doctor Who.
Paul John McGann is an English actor. He came to prominence for portraying Percy Toplis in the 1986 television serial The Monocled Mutineer.
Jean Lyndsey Torren Marsh, OBE is an English actress and writer. Marsh co-created and starred in the ITV series Upstairs, Downstairs, for which she won the 1975 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress.