The undefeated Leo “The Lion” Sporino (real-life professional middleweight boxer Gabriel Rosado) might be the most promising young boxer training at Mighty Mick’s Boxing Gym, but it’s young Adonis “Hollywood” Johnson who inspires Rocky Balboa to train him. The heavily tattooed, undefeated Sporino is no tomato-can, however, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering his screen-used gear – black and yellow gloves, trunks, boots and vest (with the Mighty Mick’s logo on the front and “The Lion” on back) – that he wore in his bout against the son of Apollo Creed in the hit film Creed. Click here to get in on the bidding today for a signature piece of the Rocky legend.
The Rocky films are a cultural institution. The Italian Stallion has had epic battles with Clubber Lang, Ivan Drago, Tommy Gunn, Mason Dixon – and even Spider Rico (who’s no tomato can) – but the heart and grit of the Rocky Balboa legend comes from the classic fights with Apollo Creed. The seventh chapter of the boxer’s tale, Creed (in theaters now), unites Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan) – the son of Apollo – who turns to Rocky to train him. The critically acclaimed story brings the legend full circle with Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) guiding the young Creed as Apollo did for Rocky – and VIP Fan Auctions is offering some amazing screen- and production-used pieces of the film, ranging from the Creed clapper board used in the making of the film to a sweater worn by star Sylvester Stallone in the movie to the trunks and boxing gloves worn by Flores (Hans Marrero) in the opening scene of the film. Click here to see all of the available Creed items currently available and own part of the legend today!
Minnesota State Trooper Lou Solverson has been involved in some high-profile crimes, beginning with the war between the Gerhardts and the Kansas City mob (as well as cracking the case of the death and disappearance of Rye Gerhardt). He’s smart, sensible and always maintains his cool. During the second season of Fargo, Lou (played by Patrick Wilson) is rarely seen without his state trooper jacket and hat (pictured above), and VIP Fan Auctions is offering the iconic piece of wardrobe from Fargo to the fan who places the winning bid. Click here for more information and photos of the trooper jacket and hat – and claim your piece of the critically acclaimed series today!
Leonardo da Vinci’s world is turned upside down when the Ottomans destroy the city of Otranto using many of the weapons he designed. The traditional weaponry used by the Ottomans is also vicious, however, such as their gnarly trooper swords used on screen to inflict all sorts of pain on their targets – as well as the more elegant (but no less deadly) Ottoman soldier swords and daggers (pictured above). Sets of each style of blade featured on-screen in Da Vinci’s Demons are now available at VIP Fan Auctions. Visit the Da Vinci’s Demons auctions page to see all of the available props, wardrobe and weaponry from the Renaissance!
Centuries of history are embedded in the ceilings, walls, streets – and even Leonardo da Vinci-designed stairs – of Vatican City, and the globe’s smallest city-state plays a major role in Da Vinci’s Demons. Fans of the series now have a unique opportunity to explore the home base of the Catholic faith thanks to VIP Fan Auctions, which is offering a set of four rolled Vatican City maps featured on-screen. Each map measures roughly 14 x 20-in. and show some signs of wear form their journey to the Renaissance to current day. Click here for photos and more information – and get in on the bidding today.
The Labyrinth is a secret society appropriately known as the Enemies of Man. The group’s attempt to either kill or recruit Leonardo Da Vinci (Tom Riley) leads the Renaissance Man to a memorable break from reality, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering the mask worn on-screen by Da Vinci (pictured above) during this third-season hallucinatory experience in “Labrys.” It is a distinctive and ominous piece of wardrobe fitting for the darkness of The Labyrinth. Don’t miss your opportunity to claim this grim artifact from Da Vinci’s Demons – click here for additional photos, more information and to get in on the bidding today!
Looking like a Renaissance-era Darth Vader, Lieutenant Talus (Dafyyd Emyr) casts an ominous silhouette in the Labyrinth military uniform he wore on-screen in the third-season “Labrys” episode of Da Vinci’s Demons. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the black leather regalia (pictured above) – which includes a custom-designed jacket, helmet, gloves, skirt, belt, spurs and pants (suede). Do not let this distinctive Da Vinci’s Demons wardrobe set slip away – click here and get in on the bidding today!
Whether you’re looking to soften a side of beef, loosen up the tendons of a murderer your wife slams into with a car and leaves in your garage, or use to fend off your teenage would-be assassin – the meat tenderizer used on-screen in Fargo by Jesse Plemons’ hapless butcher Ed Blomquist will do the trick. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the prop tenderizer he used this season in the butcher shop (before it burned down) to the Fargo fan who casts the winning bid. The 13-in. butcher’s tenderizer looks authentic with its brown handle and silver head, but it’s actually a piece of Minnesota movie magic made entirely of rubber. Click here for photos, more information and to place your bid on this piece of Fargo history today!
When it comes to sword fights, there’s nothing quite as intimidating as when your opponent reaches back and pulls out not one – but two – swords strapped to his or her back. In Da Vinci’s Demons, that’s how Duke Alfonso (Kieran Bew) met his enemies – and VIP Fan Auctions is now offering fans the double set of swords, back holster and holster vest the Duke used on-screen during multiple episodes of the second and third seasons. Each sword is roughly 32-inches long – one is wooden, the other is metal. Click here to see photos of each piece and for more information – and get in on the bidding today!
When you’re one of the wealthiest, most powerful and influential men in Europe, the tunic you wear must exude a sense of dignity and gravitas. It should also look sharp, of course, and the custom-designed red-and-gold tunic worn on-screen in Da Vinci’s Demons by Lorenzo de’ Medici (Elliot Cowan) is the height of Renaissance fashion! Made of silk and velvet, de’ Medici’s tunic is now available at VIP Fan Auctions for the Da Vinci’s Demons fan who casts the winning bid – and can rock a tunic with gravitas! Click here for photos and more information – and get in on the bidding for this stunning piece of wardrobe today! This auction is ending soon!