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VIP Fan Auctions is offering Robocop fans the ultimate opportunity to own their own Omnicorp EM-208 – at least the key components of the Army android. Created specifically for the film by the Robocop props team, the screen-used EM-208 head, torso and legs are available to the fan who casts the winning bid.  You will, of course, have to secure your own solar-powered O cells to animate the machine – and if you are successful, please don’t tinker with the machine’s biorhythmic “ally/threat” recognition assessment. That never turns out well for anyone. Click here for photos of the EM-208 components – and place your bid today. Don’t be the last one on your block without one!



The ankh is a hieroglyphic symbol of ancient Egypt that means life – and in the case of Warehouse 13, the ankh featured in the second-season episode “Buried (part 1)” lived up to its billing. It is one of the few artifacts to survive the burial of Warehouse 2 – which accidentally gets reactivated by a group of treasure-seekers. The ankh deactivates the Warehouse 2 defense mechanisms by plugging it into the constellation of Aquarius – and keeping a team of Warehouse agents alive! VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the ankh featured in the episode – as well as a scroll, photos and other items from the Egypt mission – to the fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and additional information – and claim your piece of Warehouse 2 today!



The daughter of Pope Alexander VI and an alleged murderous member of a ruthless political family in Italy during the Renaissance, Lucrezia Borgia’s portrait hangs in Warehouse 13 during the series premiere. While it’s  Borgia’s artifact comb that will drive those around it to violence, fans have an opportunity to own the prominent portrait – the only one received from production – as a haunting reminder of this dangerous woman and an authentic, screen-used piece of the inaugural episode of Warehouse 13. Click here for photos of and more information about this unique prop – and get in on the bidding today!



The Tesla ray gun is a phenomenal tool for Warehouse 13 agents to neutralize threats, but when you’re surrounded by trouble and need to make a sudden impact – there is no substitute for the Tesla grenade. Featured in multiple episodes, the grenade zaps multiple people simultaneously with a blast of electricity. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the Warehouse 13 fan who casts the winning bid an opportunity to own this electrifying weapon, which was created by the Warehouse 13 props department for the series. Click here for additional information, photos and to get in on the bidding for this amazing piece of TV technology!



The next era of home protection is neither rooted in surveillance nor weaponry; it’s a combination of both – wrapped up in a personal cyborg! Though the Omnicorp EM-208 cyborg will not be street ready until 2028, VIP Fan Auctions is offering Robocop fans the opportunity to build their own. The site is offering screen-used EM-208 components created exclusively for the film, including the cyborg’s head, torso and legs to the winning bidder. Don’t wait for the future to bring state-of-the-art protection to your home! Get your hands on an EM-208 today!*

* Omnicorp is not responsible for glitches in programming that may make your cyborg turn against you.



The iconic dhoti worn by Mahatma Gandhi and housed in Warehouse 13 has amazing powers of peace. In fact, the artifact radiates pure peace when it is worn, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering it to the Warehouse 13 fan who casts the wining bid. Featured on-screen during the fourth-season premiere, Gandhi’s dhoti measures 34.5 x 82 inches and includes the glass jar in which it is kept (pictured above). Click here for photos and more information about this authentic Warehouse 13 artifact – and give peace a chance!



The artifacts in Warehouse 13 can be as dangerous as they are fascinating. Among the truly lethal treasures is the biblical Sodom and Gomorrah Salt Mask – created when God’s unleashed his wrath on the sinful cities, leaving Lot’s wife encased in salt. Today, the impression of her face remains in the salt mask, and anyone who consumes salt from the artifact will die and ironic death based on their own unconfessed sins. VIP Fan Auctions is offering this deadly prop to the Warehouse 13 fan who casts the winning bid. The mask was constructed by the Warehouse 13 props department and featured on-screen in the fourth-season episode “What Matters Most.” Click here for more information and photos of this phenomenal piece of television history – just please don’t taste the mask!



Former Star Trek: Voyager Borg Jeri Ryan is a sci-fi goddess. Vera Wang is an iconic fashion designer. Warehouse 13 is one of the most imaginative series on television. When you mix these elements together, fans have an amazing opportunity to own the Vera Wang wedding gown worn on-screen by Jeri Ryan (as Amanda Lattimer) in the Warehouse 13 episode “Queen for a Day.” This stunning piece of wardrobe is now available at VIP Fan Auctions to the fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and more details – and get ready to add a dash of Warehouse 13 awesomeness to your own wedding!



There’s nothing sadder than a prom queen in tears. There’s nothing more terrifying than a bullied, telekinetic prom queen wearing a gown covered in pig’s blood – and bent on making her tormentors (and anyone else in the way) pay for their wickedness. The prom scene from Carrie is one of the most disturbing-yet-iconic scenes in horror film history. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the blood-drenched prom dress worn on-screen by Chloe Grace Moretz in the 2013 version of Stephen King’s classic tale Carrie. The dress was custom made for the film and bares all the scars of the high school nightmare – the crown jewel of any horror film fanatic’s collection! Click here for additional details and to place your bid on this piece of film history today.



Steve “Jinksy” Jinks (Aaron Ashmore) may be a human lie detector, but every once in a while, he needs a high-powered, targeted blast of concentrated electricity. As a Warehouse 13 agent, he is armed with a Tesla – the ray gun named for its inventor, Nikola Tesla.  VIP Fan Auctions is offering Jinks’ screen-used Tesla (with “Jinksy” written on the side) to the fan who places the winning bid. This phenomenal prop comes with its own metal carrying case (with protective foam inside). The Tesla itself is a masterwork created by the Warehouse 13 props department. Click here for more information and to take your chance at an awesome piece of TV history!