Obi-Wan Kenobi's cloak, James Bond's suits and props and clothes from Dr Who are all about to go on sale at auction in the UK.

The auction will take place at Bonhams in Knightsbridge on Tuesday 6 March 2007, in what is believed to be the UK's largest auction of film and television costumes.

The cloak worn by Sir Alec Guinness in Star Wars is estimated to sell at £50,000-60,000 while the auction also includes an imperial commanders uniform, estimated at £8000-10,000.

Dr Who fans will be able to pick up costumes including the original Tom Baker coat, Patrick Troughton trousers and Christopher Eccleston’s leather jacket all worn in the series.

The complete outfit made for Tom Baker includes a maroon wool topcoat, three pairs of trousers (tweed, grey wool and dark grey cotton), striped waistcoat, three felt hats and a striped scarf, and is estimated at £1200-1500. A wine coloured 3/4 length coat, complete with two large added pockets for the Doctor’s jelly beans and sonic screwdriver used by Baker in various episodes of Dr. Who (including some Dalek Episodes), is estimated at £8000-10,000

Finally the auction is also featuring several outfits feature from James Bond 007.

Sean Connery’s dinner jacket worn in Thunderball in 1965 will be sold. Made in blackwool and lined with burgundy satin,this jacket is estimated at £30,000-40,000.

Original outfits worn by Pierce Brosnan in three of the films he starred in from 1995 to 1999 will feature. From GoldenEye (1995) is Brosnan’s Brioni grey three piece-suit (£8000-10,000), a similar blue suit (£5000-6000) and a cream linen suit (£8000-10,000).

In addition, a "false front" for a Naval Commander's jacket, from The Spy Who Loved Me is estimated at £800-1200. The item features in the scene where Bond travels to Atlantis from the American submarine. The garment was used to give the impression that Bond is fully clothed under his wetsuit. Military berets, navy crew jackets and trousers, from The Spy Who Loved Me, as worn by the Stromberg crew, in the finale of the film, estimated at £800-1000 can also be seen. A Showgirl outfit made for the circus girls in Octopussy (1983) ranges from £400-600 per item and a Drax personnel jumpsuit, from Moonraker (1979) is £800-1200.