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The Doctor's Name! Doctor Who leather bracelet by gumex The Doctor's Name! Doctor Who leather bracelet by gumex
This time I made a bracelet with the Doctor's name itself!
Ofcourse it's in gallifreyan, but not circular, no no no, it's Old High Gallifreyan.

width: 1.4cm(x2)


If you want one with your own name, word or initials, you can get it here: www.etsy.com/listing/169388688…


'So come on then! Take it! Take it all, baby! Have it! You have it all!'

If you have any questions or requests fell free to ask : )
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Aelorn Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm pretty sure that's just his nickname (Theta Sigma) and it's mathematical (so therefore Greek) symbols, not Old High Gallifreyan.
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gumex Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2013
Well according to tardis.wikia:
"The written form of Old High Gallifreyan resembled, to human eyes, a mixture of Greek letters and mathematical symbols."
And according to the page I gave in the description, in "The Five Doctors" there were some hieroglyphs of Old High Gallifreyan that appeared in the Tomb of Rassilon, the characters on the first line were the same I put on the bracelet, there was no mention in the episode that those characters were Doctor's name. But then in book from 1972 "The Making of Doctor Who" there was usage of this symbol as the Doctor's name.

The Doctor's Who world is really big and it may not be little bit overinterpret but I fought it would be nice to make something with that : )

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