An original tunic used in the production of the 1980's BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who.
This tunic was made for the actor Guy Fithen who played a Guard. Inside the costume his name has been hand written in pen.
Tunics like this were seen on-screen in the 1980 story 'State of Decay' starring Tom Baker as the Doctor.
The tunic is made of heavy khaki coloured canvas, with stud detailing which has since been removed and would have had sleeves attached.
It remains in a good production used condition with additional wear from use.
State of Decay is the fourth serial of the 18th season in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 22 November to 13 December 1980.
In the serial, three vampire lords rule over a village deliberately kept at a low development level for a thousand years. The lords intend to revive their giant leader vampire the "Great One" that converted them from humans after their spaceship crashed on the planet.
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Doctor Who: State of Decay (1980) Production Used (Guy Fithen) Guard Tunic
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