The most dangerous artifacts of Warehouse 13 are housed in the Dark Vault, in which the items’ malicious powers are kept in check through their own containment fields. VIP Fan Auctions is throwing caution to the wind, however, by unleashing the mysterious Sad Clown painting featured on-screen in the first-season episode “Breakdown” – its exact effects are unknown, but it leaves ominous lingering shadows. VIP is also offering from the Dark Vault, jazz legend Miles Davis’s first trumpet – which plays itself and can cause mass hypnosis – featured in the fifth-season episode “A Faire To Remember.” Click here to see all of the available Warehouse 13 artifacts and screen-worn wardrobe items – and claim your piece of the Syfy series today!
The alchemist Paracelcus (played by former Sunnydale High librarian Anthony Stewart Head on Buffy the Vampire Slayer) was caretaker of Warehouse 9 until he diabolically tested his Philosopher’s Stone and the Copper Bowls of Life and Death on his brother, sister-in-law and nephew, to immortalize them against their will. As punishment, he was bronzed by Warehouse agents in the 16th century and ultimately released by his brother in the 21st century to undo the spell. Fans of Warehouse 13 now have the opportunity to own Paracelcus’s wardrobe – including his trench coat, vest, Armani pants and Geoffrey Beene shirt – worn on-screen in the fourth-season episode “All the Time in the World.” Click here for photos, size information and to place your bid today!
Ancient Romans took excess to an art form, but it undoubtedly provided a fitting end to a long day of conquering. To get to the bacchanal, however, Roman soldiers first had to survive in battle – which made their shields as valuable as their swords. VIP Fan Auctions is offering a Roman Legionary shield featured on-screen in multiple episodes of HBO’s Rome. The decorative oval shield (see photo above) measures more than 2 ft. wide and 3 feet high and has been distressed to appear battle-worn. Click here to see photos of this extraordinary prop and for more information – and claim your piece of Rome today!
Think what you will about Hank Moody’s (David Duchovny) boozing and partying – but you have to admit that the guy has a sharp sense of style. Case in point: His John Varvatos messenger bag, which is currently available to the Californication fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Crafted from Italian leather with buckle-style belts, this designer bag featured during Californication’s seventh season. Even the Varvataos storage bag that holds the messenger bag is cool. Click here to see photos and more information about this functional piece of Hollywood history and carry the same bag Hank did as you write your own story.
If those evil geniuses at Omnicorp can build an army of EM-208 androids and make them available to anyone in future Detroit, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to stalk a mile in a cyborg’s shoes. In fact, VIP Fan Auctions is making it easy for the Robocop fan who places the winning bid on an EM-208 suit used for visual effects shots in the 2014 film. The suit includes a data-capture suit used for creating visual effects, a beacon bracelet with the Omnicorp logo, a wearable EM-208 helmet, check and back plates, two shoulder pieces, two forearm pieces, two thigh pieces, gloves and foot pieces. Click here to see photos of the EM-208 components and for more information. It may not give you the firepower of the weaponized cyborgs, but you’ll definitely turn some heads when you mow the lawn in your EM-208 gear.
Brutal and paranoid former Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin orchestrated the deaths of hundreds of thousands of his alleged enemies – many he thought were plotting to overthrow him – in the “Great Purge” from 1934 to 1940. Constantly looking over your shoulder while running a murderous regime can make it tough to sleep at night, so Stalin turned to a sleep mask – which now resides in Warehouse 13. Stalin’s sleep mask instantly puts whomever wears it to sleep; there are a couple of side effects, however – the wearer’s appearance briefly takes on the appearance of the Soviet flag and he or she craves vodka for 30 seconds after awakening. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the screen-used Stalin sleep mask featured in the fourth-season episode “What Matters Most.” Click here for more information about the Warehouse 13 artifact and to place your bid!
Lucius Vorenus (played by Grey’s Anatomy’s Kevin McKidd) is a soldier, politician and hero who served under Julius Caesar in HBO’s Rome. His personal life is tortured beyond belief, however, due to a series of misunderstandings, mishaps and betrayals, however, which leaves the battlefields a more comforting place for this warrior. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the popular character’s tunic, wrist cuffs, belt, gilet and sandals worn on-screen during the series finale of the HBO epic. Click here to see photos and more information about this custom-designed costume – and click here to see all of the available Rome props and wardrobe items at VIP Fan Auctions.
Have you ever wondered what your dog is thinking? Chances are it has something to do with food, squirrels or fire hydrants, but if you want to know for sure what Spot might be plotting, Warehouse 13 could hold your answer. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the pair of fez artifacts that once belonged to entertainers Mr. Mental and his chimp, Coco. An inventor with a background in neurology, Mr. Mental designed the hats to transmit brainwaves between human and animal, allowing the human to read the mind of the animal. Just beware – the hats must be removed simultaneously, otherwise a debilitating shock is delivered to whomever is still wearing the other fez. The fezes (pictured above) were first featured in the episode “Past Imperfect” and were created by the Warehouse 13 props department. Click here for photos and more information – but act soon because this auction is ending soon!
Boba Fett has long been one of the most intriguing characters in the Star Wars universe, and fans now have a remarkable opportunity to claim a one-of-a-kind piece (pictured above) of the bounty hunter’s legacy. Legacy Effects has created a sculpture of Boba Fett’s battle-damaged helmet that takes fans beyond the character’s fall into the Sarlac Pit on Tatooine. The sculpture, which has been donated to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation and is currently available to the winning bidder at VIP Fan Auctions, features the helmet with an alien life form that has taken up residence inside of it. Click here to see additional photos of the piece and more information – and to place your bid on this dazzling piece of art with proceeds going to a great cause!
Julius Caesar’s (Ciaran Hinds) was ambitious, calculating and an accomplished warrior in HBO’s epic series Rome – all traits that ultimately led to his demise. Caesar’s screen-worn military costume (pictured above) featured on-screen in the first-season episode “Triumph” is both regal, battle-ready – and survived the Ides of March. Trimmed in gold and red, this phenomenal wardrobe includes Caesar’s chest armor, toga, skirt, greaves, neck wrap and wrist cuff – all custom designed by the Rome wardrobe department and available to the winning bidder at VIP Fan Auctions. Click here to see photos and more information and place your bid today.