OXFORD A5 JOURNAL
This A5 (140 x 210 mm) journal/notebook has a hard Kraft paper cover, pen loop and ribbon bookmark. Inside there are 100 lined sheets of good-quality recycled paper
The cover is in Oxford blue with outlines of some Morse related buildings. If you look closely you will be able to see Morse’s Jaguar under the Bridge of Sighs and the silhouette of his body in the entrance to Exeter College (the location used in The Remorseful Day for where Morse collapses just prior to his death)
Inspector Morse’s Oxford
To commemorate the 25th anniversary in 2012 of the Inspector Morse television series, starring the late John Thaw, Inspector Morse’s Oxford revisits many of the wonderful locations and buildings that were featured in the series and looks at the creation of the Morse books and the television adaptations. Is is not only a celebration and investigation into the work of the author, Colin Dexter, and the television production team, but it is also a showcase of the inspirational beauty history and tradition of Oxford iteslf.
The program is presented by Dr. Antony Richards and features, among others, Colin Dexter, Kevin Whately, composer Barrington Pheloung, and producers Ted Childs, Chris Burt and Michele Buck.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Extended interviews with Colin Dexter, Kevin Whately, and Ted Childs.
Inspector Morse Society Umbrella
With alternating white and Oxford blue panels this golfing umbrella is large enough to keep the rain off. One of the panels contains the Inspector Morse Society logo. Woden handle.
A practical product for any Inspector Morse enthusiast.
Just like its namesake this bear is also rather cute and cuddly! This eight inch teddy is rather special having plush fur fabric complete with stitched paws. Dexter is dressed appropriately enough in a white Inspector Morse Society T-shirt emblazoned with Society logo and his name in Oxford blue.
A high quality product that all ages will fall in love with instantly.
House of Ghosts Signed Theatre Programme
Few people know that apart from the television series there was also an Inspector Morse play that toured the UK in 2011. The accompanying theatre programme to House of Ghosts which starred Colin Baker as Inspector Morse was excellent. Not only was the cover striking along with the usual biographies of those involved, but there was a very well written piece entitled A Man Called Morse and even a special crossword by Codex dedicated to D.I. Morse and D.S. Lewis.
Not only will this become a collector’s item, but in addition exclusive to the Inspector Morse Society each copy has been personally signed in white pen on the front cover by Colin Dexter himself.
Inspector Morse First Day Cover Signed by Colin Dexter
Issued on the 15th September 2005 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of ITV these unique covers specially designed for the Society have all been signed by Colin Dexter.
The Type A cover has the full set of six stamps featuring Inspector Morse, Emmerdale, Rising Damp, The Avengers, The South Bank Show and Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Incudes the special Oxford cancellation featuring a television on which is seen the dreaming spires of Oxford and a fingerprint representing crime. Signed by Colin Dexter. Limited edition of 100 signed covers.
The Type B cover has two Inspector Morse stamps with a double hand stamp. First there is the special Oxford cancellation featuring a television on which is seen the dreaming spires of Oxford and a fingerprint representing crime, and then to make this item unique there is also the hand stamp of the Inspector Morse Society depicting Morse’s famous Jaguar. Signed by Colin Dexter. Limited edition of 200 covers.
The Type C cover has been postmarked with the special Oxford cancellation featuring a television on which is seen the dreaming spires of Oxford and a fingerprint representing crime. Signed by Colin Dexter. Limited edition of 300 covers.
Inspector Morse Policeman’s Notebook
This item is based on an official Thames Valley Police notebook as carried by the police in the 1960s and 1970s.
The front cover shows that the officer who owns the notebook is ‘E. Morse’, that it was issued by ‘S. Strange’, and was valid from 6th January 1987 (the date the first episode, The Dead of Jericho was transmitted on UK television) until 15th November 2000 (the date the last episode, The Remorseful Day was first transmitted), book number 33 (the total number of episodes), and the date of issue being the 12th January 1975 (the day the first Inspector Morse book, Last Bus to Woodstock was published). The back cover, and inside back and front covers contain the actual police cautions and verbal warnings used by the police at that time.
The notebook is spiral bound with laminated card covers for extra protection and contains 50 lined pages.
A practical additional to any Morse collection.
Inspector Morse Pen & Pencil Gift Set
Both pen and pencil come with a metal blue barrel and in a plastic presentation case.
The ballpoint pen has black ink while the pen is of the propelling type – both are exclusive to the Inspector Morse Society.
The Inspector Morse Jaguar appears on the barrel of each along with words ‘Oxford home of Inspector Morse, Lewis & Endeavour’.
A practical additional to any Morse collection.
Inspector Morse Warrant Card
Not intended to fool anybody this is a fun item intended to be a Thames Valley Police Warrant Card. It is credit card sized and laminated with a picture of John Thaw. It is part of a series of such cards widely available mainly via the internet.