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Thursday 28 May 2015

Hawes' Ashes To Ashes coat for sale

Keeley Hawes' fur coat from Ashes To Ashes is one of the lots in the BBC props auction
Keeley Hawes' fur coat from Ashes To Ashes is one of the lots in the BBC props auction

Keeley Hawes' Ashes To Ashes fur coat has been auctioned off by the BBC, along with an entire Blue Peter studio set.

The broadcaster has set up an online auction of props and other items from its old West London studios as part of a clearout from their recent move, said The Sun.

Among the items up for grabs were Keeley's fur coat which went for £510, as well as her co-star Philip Glenister's retro jacket.

The biggest item was the entire Blue Peter set, including stage walls, chairs and a table with the show's logo, which opened at £10 and went to Sunderland University for £2,350.

Other BBC treasures on sale at PP Auctions were a cardboard cut-out of Strictly Come Dancing hosts Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daley at a starting price of £13 and cut-outs of Doctor Who's Daleks valued at £26 each.

A model R2-D2 and a replica of Red Dwarf robot Kryten's head also found themselves in the sale, as did framed artwork, building signs, office furniture and parts of the canteen.

The BBC online auction can be seen at http://www.ppauctions.com/sales.php.

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