Black Sails Season 3

The notorious pirate Charles Vane (Zach McGowan) has never shied away from using bullets, blades or cannonballs to take what he wants. The notoriously ruthless captain of the Ranger wields a brown-and-gold Queen Anne pistol in the third season of Black Sails, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering the screen-used prop weapon to the fan who casts the winning bid (click here for photos, information and to place a bid). Also available is Captain Vane’s screen-used dagger – designed for authenticity but constructed of soft-rubber for on-screen battles – destined for a Black Sails fan (click here). To check out all of the available Black Sails auctions, click here and claim a signature piece of a pirate’s life.




Homeland was a phenomenon from the moment it debuted on Showtime in 2011, and Damian Lewis’s Nicholas Brody was one of the most complicated, conflicted and compelling characters on television. The fascination with Brody’s secret life intensified when he first went to his shed for prayer, revealing his hidden tools of his faith – a prayer mat, silver bowl and Holy Qur’an. These landmark, screen-used pieces of television history are now available to the Homeland fan who places the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Click here for photos of each piece and more information – and to place your bid on these key pieces of Homeland!




A spyglass is as vital to pirate lore as parrots, eyepatches and peg legs. The brown and silver spyglass used on-screen by the legendary Captain Flint (Toby Stephens, pictured above) in Black Sails is available to the fan who places the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Though it may be impossible to see on television, engraved on the spyglass are the words “Orion Spotter” as eell as “Made by W. Ottway & Co Ltd, Ealing, London, No. 54850, British Made.” Don’t miss this chance to own this Black Sails prop, which has been meticulously designed for authenticity. Click here for photos, more information – and to place a bid today!

And if it’s a peg leg you’re looking for, click here for information, photos and to place a bid on John Silver’s screen-used peg leg!




A ruthless pirate sailing out of New Providence in the early 1700s, Captain Charles Vane (played by Zach McGowan) led the crew of the Ranger. In the epic Starz series Black Sails, Captain Vane is both a rival and ally to Captain Flint – at one time planning to steal his ship, and then rescuing him from the authorities. VIP Fan Auctions is offering Captain Zane’s screen-used sword (click here for photos and more information) as well as his custom-made leather coat perfect for sailing the high seas (click here for photos and information). Also available is Captain Zane’s complete pirate outfit, including his custom-made leather pants, scarf, vambraces, belt, boots and shirt (and not a puffy pirate shirt – click here for photos). Whether you are on of Black Sails legion of fans or simply need gear for swashbuckling, click here to see all of the available screen-used props and wardrobes currently available from Black Sails.





Created by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1881, Captain James Flint experienced a resurgence more than a century later when Black Sails dropped anchor on Starz. As charismatic as he is brutal, Captain Flint is the most feared pirate of the Caribbean. Set 20 years before the events of the classic novel Treasure Island, Black Sails will lower its flag after its upcoming fourth and final season, but not before VIP Fan Auctions gives fans of the epic adventure an opportunity to claim a piece of series for themselves – including the signature black coat worn on-screen by Captain Flint (played by Toby Stephens) during the second and third seasons. The leather coat (pictured above) is a remarkable piece of custom tailoring, created specifically for the captain – but destined for the Black Sails fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and more information, and get in on the bidding today!




There may be no one on television who amassed a greater collection of lingerie than Guilt’s Amber Jean Rowan. In her role as Kaley, one of the women who worked at The Courtenay, much of her screen time was spent in silk, nylon and lace, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering several notable pieces of her wardrobe, including a two-piece green-with-blue-lace Victoria’s Secret ensemble (pictured above) worn on-screen in the third episode (click here for photos and more information). Also available is a set of Kaley’s pink silk River Island pajamas, red Miu Miu nightgown, earrings and shoes worn on-screen in Guilt (click here for photos and more information). Even away from work, Kaley continued to look phenomenal in outfits made for clubbing, including the sparkly purple halter, Guess belt and brown pants she wore dancing in the pilot episode. Upgrade your own wardrobe by checking out all of the available screen-worn Guilt fashions at the Guilt auction page today!




As James Lahue in the murder-mystery series Guilt, Anthony Head played stepfather to Grace Atwood (played by his real-life daughter and series star Daisy Head), the American accused of murdering her London flat-mate. The plot thickens, however, as it’s revealed that Lahue also had dubious ties to the victim, Molly Ryan. Charming and dapper, Head was allowed to dress much better than in his days as rumpled librarian/demon-hunter in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering one of his top wardrobes – a single-breasted Hugo Boss sport coat, John Lewis cashmere sweater, Massimo Dutti shirt and silk Ted Baker pocket square. Click here for photos and get in on the bidding today!




Diablo deejay (and Courtenay accountant) Roz Walters (played by Simona Brown) is as funky-fashionable as she is diabolical and deadly. As Guilt’s master manipulator, Roz may have blood on her hands, but her style is amazing. VIP Fan Auctions is offering several of her screen-worn outfits from Guilt, including a combination (pictured above) featuring a long black vest, black shorts and orange top. It’s certain to make you stand out in a crowd – and it can be yours if you click here and place the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. And while Guilt ended after its first season, the phenomenal fashions featured in the show are timeless, so to get your hands on other screen-worn clothes from designers like  and more, click here to check out all of the current wardrobe auctions from the TV series Guilt.




It should come as no surprise that Guilt’s Prince Theo (Sam Cassidy) wears the finest clothes, especially during his forays into London’s underground nightlife. What might be surprising is that fans of the series have an opportunity to claim his high-end, screen-worn wardrobe for a fraction of its original price at VIP Fan Auctions. Currently available is Prince Theo’s single-breasted jacket from Aquascutum, a luxury British fashion house. The black jacket also comes with a silk T.M. Jewin bow tie and a white M&S button-down shirt (all pictured above). Click here for photos and more information and stake your claim to a piece of the throne – and look sharp doing it. To check out all of the current Guilt wardrobe auctions, click here today!




A high-profile defense attorney working to clear his client in an international murder case needs to look sharp on camera, and as the world’s television cameras zoom-in on Billy Zane’s Stan Gutterie, it’s clear that the lawyer revels in the spotlight. VIP Fan Auctions is offering his screen-worn Ozwald Boateng suit (as well as Montego shirt and silk tie). The high-end wool black suit (pictured above) is custom designed by the same legendary London tailor who has made suits for Mick Jagger, Will Smith, Jimmy Page, Daniel Day Lewis and Spike Lee. Ozwald Boateng also designed the suits worn by Neo (Keanu Reeves) and Morpheus (Lawrence Fishburne) in The Matrix Reloaded, as well as numerous other highly stylish films and television series. And now, one of his designs could be waiting for you. Click here for photos and more information on the Boateng suit featured in Guilt – and stake your claim to it today!