David Wilson

David is a long time collector living in Lithgow in New South Wales Australia with his wife and 5 children, who are all fans of Doctor Who. This vast collection started over 35 years ago with the purchase of The Doomsday Weapon novel. There was no looking back after that.

He purchased a Denys Fisher Tom Baker doll when it was first released but when he entered his late teens decided to give it to his nephew thinking he was too old for dolls. Many years later he added another one back to his collection. As with many, David discovered eBay and that changed his collecting habits forever. You can find him up at 3 or 4 am making sure he wins the auctions he wants. David also checks all kinds of message boards looking for items for sale. This is how he found his Denys Fisher figures, which is a much-loved part of his collection. The Danbury Mint chess set is by far his most cherished piece. Being a bit annoyed when he discovered the extension set was released and he had not been notified by the manufacture, he had to search online till he managed to get it one very early morning. It didnt come with the stand but after seeing pictures of the original, he built his own version complete with glass shelves rather than the wooden ones of the official version.

David always wanted a Cyberman helmet and the one he now has along with the chest plate bring him great joy. Recently he obtained a Silurian mask and now just wants to add more and more to that part of his collection. The two Sevans and comet models David built and painted himself and is very happy with the way they turned out. David has a large collection of reference books and biographies including a few autographed books as well as the entire VHS collection and of course whatever has been released on DVD. Recently he added a framed collection of film cells to his collection from the second Dalek movie as well as the picture disc 33rpm sound effects record.

His entire collection has its own room in his house with the items being displayed on shelves and in display boxes. One day when he gets around to it he intends to build him self a Tardis styled glass display cabinet to showcase the items in a way they deserve. David would love to visit the UK to see the Doctor Who displays and exhibitions in person.


You can find David on the message board as Whoviansdelight

David can be contacted by Email David


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Dalek and I
 
K9 and I
 
Does this body look fat on me...
 
Berwick Dalek Playsuit
 
My collection set up
 
My collection set up pic 2
 
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My collection pic 7
 
My collection pic 8
 
50th Anniversary Bag
 
Tardis mat
 
Updated picture of Palitoy Talking figures
 
autographed VHS cover by Jon Pertwee
 
Codeg Money box and Clockwork Dalek
 
Weta Helmets
 
Weta Statues
 
10th Dr Electronic Tardis
 
11th Dr Tardis
 
Junk Tardis
 
Oil Painting
 


Complete set of Toby Jugs


Remote Control PE movie Dalek
Board Games


Walkie Talkies and Remote Dalek
Ast Key Rings


Danbury Mint Chess Set booklets and Cards and original


Dedicated book by 4th Dr Tom Baker
Dedicated Novel



Remote Battle Daleks, Sonic Screwdriver
Downtime Vhs Cover and Signed Sleeve


Dalek and Tardis Ties
Picture Disc Sounds Effects Record


30th Anniversary Poster Print
Dalek Film Cells Limited Edition


Alpha Marketing Coffee mugs and Logo Mug


BBC Doctor Who Videos
Doctor Who Novels and Reference Books


BBC Limited Editions Video Tins


Boxers, Briefs and Tie
Board Games and 33rpm Record


Comet Models 4th and 2nd Dr and Movie and Tv Dalek
Sevans Cyberman and Ice Warrior Models


Cyberman Helmet, Chest Plate and Silurian Mask
Danbury Mint Chess Set and Expansion Set


Dapol complete toys


Denys Fisher & Palitoy Boxes


Denys Fisher 1977 Complete set of figures


J H Weatherby & Sons Dalek Plate 1965
Pocket Watch, Wrist watch and belt buckle watch, Tardis key and Ice cream stencils from 1970's


Palitoys 1977 Talking K9 and Dalek


Size Reference


Product Enterprises Talking figures Dr, K9, Cyberman and Dalek
Global Call Plastic Picture Phone Cards


David can be contacted by Email David
 
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