BANNER YEAR

England is fractured, and it will take a royal wedding of mortal enemies – and all those “traitors” who fought against the Tudors to pledge loyalty to Henry VII – to repair it. As the vanquished King Richard’s heirs are delivered to Westminster Palace in London to stand before Henry and renounce their claims to the English throne, VIP Fan Auctions was busy claiming the flags adorning the Westminster great hall (pictured above) to offer to fans of the Starz miniseries The White Princess. Currently available are the Lion and Fish Crest flag as well as the John De La Pole House Crest flag (each measures nearly 6×6-feet). Claim a piece of royal television history – click here for photos and information on all of The White Princess auctions now available and join the bidding today!

 

PAPER CHASE

From the outset of Prison Break, Michael Scofield (played by Wentworth Miller) has relied on origami to send messages to his beloved Sara Tandredi (played by Sarah Wayne Callies) ones as a signal of where he has been and where he may be going. In the revival of Prison Break, the key cast of Prison Break characters return – and so does the ancient paper-folding art form, including a screen-used origami rose featured in the second episode (titled “Kaniel Outis”) of the new season (see above), which is now available to the Prison Break (or origami) fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The carefully crafted paper rose is roughly nine-inches in length and has never been unfolded. Click here for photos and more information, and join the bidding to claim this delicate piece of what is shaping up to be the most intense season of Prison Break ever!

 

PRECISION BREAK

When you’re breaking out of a foreign prison, every second counts – and when that plan involves several fellow and former inmates, as well as the Sheik of Light – initiating the plan, precision is vital. The watch Michael Scofield uses on-screen in the second episode of the Prison Break revival (titled “Kaniel Outis”) is now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Scofield’s black Timex timepiece (see above) has a Velcro band for maximum versatility on the run. To check out photos of the watch and see more information, click here – and make your own break for the watch used by one of the greatest breakout artists in one of the most daring escapes on television!

 

WHITE ROSE

There is a simple plan to bring peace to a fractured and warring England in the late 15th century: A royal wedding between “the White Princess” (her badge is a white rose) Elizabeth of York (Jamie Comer) and Henry VII (Jacob Collin-Levy). There’s just one problem – they hate each other – and the fate of the country rests on their ability to get along. The custom-designed sleeveless dress with lace-up front worn on-screen by the White Princess herself, “Lizzie,” in the first episode (aptly titled “In Bed with the Enemy”) of this adaptation of Philippa Gregory’s novel is now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Don’t miss your chance to own a signature piece of this British period drama (see the dress in photo above) – click here for photos and more information, and get in one the royal wardrobe auction today.

 

BACK FROM THE DEAD

When Prison Break ended its fourth season, it appeared Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) had died, but in a world where conspiracies rule, not everything I as it seems. When Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell (Robert Knepper is released from prison in the season premiere of the Prison Break revival, he receives a photo of Scofield in a new prison. When he shows the photo to Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell, above), it doesn’t take long to determine that Michael is not only alive – he’s back behind bars, this time in Yemen as an accused terrorist. The photo (and the envelope in which it was delivered to T-Bag) that reignites Prison Break is now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Don’t miss a chance to claim a key piece of television history – click here for images and more information, and get in on the bidding today. Don’t delay – the auction is ending soon!

 

WAR MACHINE

Captain Flint (Toby Stephens) wanted a war. The unflinching captain of the Walrus wanted it so badly that he would kill friends and enemies alike who dared stand in his way. He would steal, destroy and betray for his war – all to make England pay for taking away the one he loved back when he was known simply as James McGraw. To stop him from having his war, John Silver (Luke Arnold) couldn’t kill Flint – he had to “undo” him, the high-seas war-machine that McGraw conjured. The outfit Flint wore during the pivotal flashbacks (see above) as he trained and bonded with Silver in the final season of Black Sails is now available to the winning bidder at VIP Fan Auctions. For more information and to view the pirate costume, which includes Flint’s custom-designed shirt and pants, click here – and get in on the bidding for this key piece of Black Sails wardrobe today!

 

PIRATE QUEEN

Anne Bonny may be the fiercest pirate – woman or man – ever to plunder the Caribbean. As loyal as she is vicious, Anne Bonny (played by Clara Paget in Black Sails) is, above all, fearless. She will take on a brute three times her size (and holding a sledge hammer) using nothing but her wits and two shards of glass to defeat him. She is even more deadly with a dagger and sword – and more cunning than most captains, soldiers and governors. VIP Fan Auctions is offering Anne Bonny’s signature long coat (see above) worn on-screen by her stunt double in Black Sails. The pirate coat is weathered from the sea with unique stitching and patterns that gives it an unmistakable style. Click here for photos and more information about this key piece of Black Sails wardrobe – and place your bid today.

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LITTLE DITTY ‘BOUT JACK AND ANNE

There may be no couple more loyal to each other than Captain Jack Rackham (Toby Schmitz) and shipmate Anne Bonny (Clara Paget) on Black Sails. The pirate pair are true partners in life and on the high seas – and they know each other well enough to “read between the lines” without writing in secret code, simply by knowing what the other would think and do in any given situation. Case in point: When Jack writes Anne a letter informing her that the Governor has figured out their plan and to return to Nassau for a pardon (see above), she instinctively knows to do the exact opposite – and he instinctively knows that she will do just that. It’s a pivotal letter that helps set into motion the revolution. VIP Fan Auctions is offering this screen-used letter, complete with Rackham’s calligraphic handwriting, along with several red seals for authenticity. Click here for photos of this important Black Sails prop – and claim your piece of pirate history today! But don’t delay – this auction is ending soon.

 

BREAKOUT STAR

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!

 

‘WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE SOMETHING SHINY?’

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!