Prison Break’s Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell (played by Robert Knepper) is one of the most compelling villains ever created for television. A viciously abused child who grew up to be a vicious – yet charming – adult with his own code of ethics, T-Bag relies on his wits to make prison life work for him. During the initial breakout from Fox River Penitentiary, he loses his hand to an axe’s blade, and his screen-used stunt prosthetic hand – complete with hash-marks counting his time – from the fifth-season premiere (see above) is now available to the Prison Break fan who casts the winning bid. The special-effects hand is worn like a glove over an actual hand, further adding to its authentic look, but it also stands alone as a grisly prop from a show – and character – that became a phenomenon. Click here for photos and more information, and get in on the bidding today!



Captain Flint wanted a war. John Silver wanted love. Captain Jack Rackham (Toby Schmitz) wanted to a legacy – and as much as the other two legends, he may well be the pirate who saved Nassau. Throughout the course of Black Sails, Rackham’s defining quality was loyalty to those he loved and respected – Anne Bonny, Charles Vane, and even Blackbeard. And when all was said and done, he was the man who restored pirate rule over Nassau. As Rackham himself said, “What’s it all for if it goes unremembered? It’s the art that leaves the mark. But to leave it, it must transcend. It must speak for itself. It must be true.” VIP Fan Auctions is now offering a signature piece of Rackham’s persona in the form of three of his rings (pictured above) and a necklace he wore in the finale of Black Sails. Click here for photos and more information – and to get in on the bidding for this piece of a legendary pirate’s treasure!



Israel Hands (David Wilmot) may be the baddest man in the Caribbean. He sailed with Blackbeard, stared-down Captain Flint and kidnapped Long John Silver before joining the rebellion as his hammer-wielding right-hand man. In fact, Israel’s hammer might be the most lethal weapon in Black Sails – and certainly the most barbaric. He has driven its claw into the skulls, necks and torsos of numerous adversaries – and VIP Fan Auctions is offering his instrument of death and destruction to the fan who casts the winning bid. The hammer of Israel Hands is more than 1.5-feet long with an 8-inch hammer head. Best of all, the Black Sails prop hammer is constructed of hard rubber to keep from injuring any actual actors who crossed Israel’s path. Click here for photos and more information – and get a grip on Israel Hands’ hammer today. This auction is ending soon!



Captain Flint and John Silver are legends of the high seas – two pirates with vastly different backgrounds and personalities who grew to become the closest of friends. Silver (Luke Arnold), who became more like Flint than he might care to admit, and Flint (Toby Stephens), a force of nature who became Silver’s savior and mentor, were never more powerful than when joined together in a common cause. VIP Fan Auctions is offering two of the weapons that helped both men out of grave danger, including John Silver’s 15-inch screen-used dagger and Captain Flint’s gold-handled dagger (pictured above tucked in Flint’s belt) used on-screen in the final season of Black Sails. Click here to see all of the available Black Sails props, weapons and wardrobe items now available – and claim your piece of the epic pirate adventure today!



When you fly the black, the design of your pirate ship’s flag is as important as the branding of any business enterprise – especially when the captain is Jack Rackham. To assist him in his effort, Captain Jack enlisted the talents of a local artist named Charlotte (Angelique Pretorius), who provided him with the sketches that would ultimately define Rackham’s flag design. The set of those screen-used sketches (see photo above) are now available at VIP Fan Auctions to the Black Sails fan who post the winning bid. Click here for more information and photos, and don’t wait too long or someone else may land on the beach to snag it while your attention is directed elsewhere.



Shots Fired, the star-studded ten-part limited series currently airing on Fox, explores civil rights inequities that have erupted in recent civil unrest and scrutiny on law enforcement across the United States. The series focuses on an African-American sheriff’s deputy who kills an unarmed white college student, turning a small town in North Carolina upside-down. Before the town has a chance to grapple with this tragedy, the neglected murder of an African-American teen is brought to light, opening wounds that threaten to tear the community apart. Props and wardrobe items from the landmark series – which features Helent Hunt, Sanaa Lathan (pictured above), Stephan James (pictured above), Dennis Haysbert, Stephen Moyer, Richard Dreyfuss, Jill Hennessy and many more – is now available at VIP Fan Auctions. Items currently available include the screen-used prop service weapon and holster of Department of Justice investigator Ashe Aquino (played by Lathan), the screen-used badge and ID of special prosecutor Preston Terry (James) and a pair of earrings and Ralph Lauren shoes worn on-screen Governor Patricia Eamons (Hunt). Don’t miss your chance to get in on the bidding for a piece of this provocative series – click here to see all of the available Shots Fired auctions today!



Power comes in many forms – money, strength, knowledge. For Max (Jessica Parker Kennedy), it came first in influence by having the ear (and heart) of Eleanor Guthrie and eventually turned to fortune. More than anything, however, the source of Max’s power is intelligence and desire (not always her own). A collection of several pieces of signature wardrobe worn on-screen by this queen of Nassau is now available to the Black Sails fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The wardrobe includes Max’s corset (pictured above) worn on-screen in Season Two, as well as her shawl and earrings worn during Season Four. Click here for more information and photos of each item (including a bonus item) – and join the bidding today.

Of course, if a more traditional sense of power is what you seek, click here for a sampling of Max’s Urca gold coins and black pearls – straight from the set of Black Sails.

But act quickly because these auctions end soon!



His name is John Silver, and he has a long memory. The unlikely hero also has a long pirate coat to protect him against the elements while at sea and on land, whether he’s suffering malnourishment and thirst in the doldrums – or smashing the skull of a pardon-taking traitor with his peg leg. The custom-made black-and-blue coat (pictured above) that John Silver (actually his stunt double) wears on-screen during the fourth season of Black Sails is now available to the Black Sails fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Don’t miss this chance to own a distinctive piece of the Starz pirate epic today – click here for photos, information and to stake your claim!



One of the oddest elements of the complete insanity that transpires over the grisly course of The Belko Experiment is the seemingly innocuous of a corn cob doll. The quirky little prop is introduced early as Mike, one of the Belko employees, sits distracted in his car, when an elderly local woman suddenly – and startlingly –  pushes the corn cob doll she’s selling into frame. Of course, the action only gets stranger and bloodier as the day goes on, but don’t miss this chance to own one of the most distinctive – and weird – props in horror movie history! VIP Fan Auctions is offering the screen-used corn cob doll from The Belko Experiment to the fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and more information – and place your bid today!



Life in cubicles has never been as dangerous as it is in The Belko Experiment – perhaps the bloodiest horror film of the 21st century. When a voice over the intercom in a high-rise office building orders workers to kill or be killed, the situation quickly devolves into a deadly game where only the strongest – and best armed – will survive. When office supplies are weaponized, the results are nothing short of grisly, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering several of the implements to the slasher-film fans who cast the winning bids. Currently available is a set of butcher knives specially rigged for visual effects (no actors were harmed in the filming of The Belko Expeirment, we think) wielded on-screen by John C. McGinley’s Wendell Dukes, including the knife itself and three partial blades to give the illusion of being driven into a victim (click here for photos and more information). Also available is a deadly wrench and prop rebar rods used in the film by maintenance men Bud and Lonny (also included is Bud’s ID badge sticker, click here for photos and information). To see each of the available props and wardrobe from The Belko Experiment, click here and claim your piece of horror movie history!