The episodes listed in the catalogue were New Earth (tie second from left); Age of Steel (incorrect); and Impossible Planet (again, incorrect).
The ties correct attribution were: (left to right) Utopia, New Earth, The Idiot’s Lantern, . . . and a fourth tie.
I say, ‘fourth’ tie because it does not, to my knowledge, appear in any broadcast episode.
If it does, it is not worn by David Tennant.
There is a possibility it was either worn by another cast member, and wrongly labelled in the auction, or it was bought as part of the costume department’s shopping spree, but never used.
At the auction viewing I was able to take some detailed pictures of the ties, and you can see the ‘fourth’ tie, by Rocha. John Rocha above, flanked by The Idiot’s Lantern (thomas nash) and Utopia (St George by Duffer) ties (see above, centre).
Well, this week, after a tip-off (thanks buddy!) I bought exactly this same Rocha. John Rocha tie from an eBay seller.
Rocha. John Rocha From Debenhams
It is quite a dark tie, and not as brown as the others that form part of The Doctor’s wardrobe. Its stripes are also quite close in spacing to the suit’s, so tend to blend in a bit too much.
It has me wondering if it for this reason that it wasn’t used.
If you are watching a Doctor Who episode and spot this tie, do drop me a line -
it would be cool to properly identify where it was used and solve
The Mystery Of The Fourth Tie!
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