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SG-1 FREEZE FRAME

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If you’ve ever wanted to go deep behind the scenes on a classic television series, be sure to check out the photo continuity binder from the SG-1 episode “Brief Candle” (above left) – now available to the winning bidder at VIP Fan Auctions. Used by the production to keep sets and positions stable between takes (and eliminate those unfortunate-but-often-funny visual production miscues when editing), the photos in this binder (see above, right) are actual behind-the-scenes images (with production notes) snapped during the filming of the first-season episode. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for fans of SG-1 – as well as anyone interested in learning more about how a TV series is created. Click here for more info or to place your bid today!

THE DEFINITIVE SG-1 SOURCE

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There is a lot to learn about the SG-1 mythology, even the most diehard Stargate fan. For instance, have you ever wanted to translate something into Goa’uld? Needed to decipher a certain glyph? The lexicon is the encyclopedic binder of the numerous characters, terms and technology used on-set by the SG-1 writers, editors and directors to keep the long-running saga’s continuity intact (and to avoid being corrected by dedicated fans). VIP Fan Auctions is making a production-used SG-1 lexicon (used through the series’ first eight seasons) available to the fan who casts the winning bid. The lexicon includes photos, an appendix of the SG-1 glyphs and military insignias, Jaffa tattoos, character injuries, story arcs, a Goa’uld dictionary, Unas dictionary and an alphabetical listing of terms used in the series. In addition, the first page of this copy of the lexicon features a short note that says “Thank You! Kate” written by author Kathleen Ritter. This is the definitive reference for SG-1, so don’t let it slip away. Click here for more information and to place your bid today!

200 SG-1 EPISODES, SEVEN SG-1 AUTOGRAPHS

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SG-1 is a landmark television series and a science fiction touchstone. The space epic aired for 10 seasons and 214 episodes, spawned three spinoffs (Atlantis, SGU and the animated Infinity) and continues to inspire a legion of fans. There is only one SG-1 fan, however, who will claim the poster that commemorates SG-1’s 200th episode – autographed by the cast – available now at VIP Fan Auctions. This amazing collectible features the autographs of Richard Dean Anderson, Christopher Judge, Amanda Tapping, Ben Browder, Michael Shanks, Claudia Black and Beau Bridges. Collect all of these autographs could take years – but you can have them all if you place the winning bid. Click here for more information and to place your bid today! Do not miss out on this opportunity!

BLADE RUNNERS: FROM ROME TO OUTER SPACE

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Whether you’re a fan of ancient epics such as Spartacus, space operas such as Stargate or futuristic societies like Terra Nova, conflict is a common thread that runs through the millennia – and swords, knives and even axes are timeless tool of hand-to-hand “negotiation.” VIP Fan Auctions is currently offering a wide range of unique prop weaponry featured on-screen in Spartacus, SG-1 and Terra Nova, including the following (click on the item for additional photos, details or to place a bid):

Gladiator training dagger from Spartacus

Sword used by Crixus (Manu Bennett) in Spartacus (this auction ends soon)

Axe used by Crixus (Manu Bennett) in Spartacus (pictured above left)

Axe featured in Stargate SG-1

Set of four knives from Stargate: SG-1

Whip used by Ashur (Nick Tarabay) in Sparatacus

Of course, you also want to be protected, so VIP Fan Auctions is also offering:

Shield used by Crixus (Manu Bannett) in Spartacus

Shield used by Ashur (Nick Tarabay) in Spartacus (pictured above right)

Body armor and camouflage from Terra Nova

Place your bid today to own a piece of ancient – or future – television history!

BEGINNING OF THE ‘UNIVERSE’

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The Stargate saga is truly epic. From the silver screen to the television screen, the announcement of each new chapter was a science-fiction event to be commemorated. To mark the debut of Stargate Universe, Syfy produced a promotional SGU hardbook featuring biographies of the main characters, a two-hour premiere episode DVD and – perhaps coolest of all – the cover powers up with working lights. Click here for more details and images, and place your bid today on this exceptional SGU collectible today!

Check out all of the Stargate auctions available now at VIP Fan Auctions!

UNLOCK YOUR DESTINY

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The Destiny is a masterpiece of television set design – and though it has long since been dismantled with the ending of Stargate Universe, fans have an opportunity to own a piece of the ship. Currently on the auction block at VIP Fan Auctions is a cog door lock (pictured above) from the center of one of the Destiny’s hatches. At roughly 12 inches in diameter, the blue and gold cog is a distinctive piece of the series that can be easily displayed. Don’t miss out on your chance to own a piece of sci-fi history – click here for more information or to place your bid before the auction closes.

BEHIND THE SCENES 'SHOW AND TELL' OF SG-1

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If you’re interested in going deep behind the scenes of any television production, be sure to check out the photo continuity binder from SG-1 – available now at VIP Fan Auctions. Used to keep sets and positions stable between takes (and eliminate those unfortunate-but-often-funny visual production miscues when editing film), the photos in this binder (see above, right) are actual behind-the-scenes images (with production notes) snapped during the filming of the second-season SG-1 episode “Show and Tell.” This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for fans of SG-1 – as well as anyone interested in learning more about how a TV series is created. Click here for more info or to place your bid today!

UNIVERSAL POWER

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Naquadah is truly amazing material – an incredibly dense mineral that amplifies energy, it is the principal component of the Stargates themselves, it literally courses through the veins of the Goa’uld, and it powers numerous technologies used by races from the Ancients to the Tok’ra. A building block of the universe with tremendous power, Naquadah is now available to the one Stargate fan who casts the winning bid. VIP Fan Auctions is offering a pair of Naquadah generators (including cables, remote control and carrying case). Don’t miss your chance to get in on the bidding for this distinctive piece of Stargate history. Click here for more photos and information – and to place your bid!

THE VIEW FROM BEHIND THE 'GATE

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If you’re interested in going deep behind the scenes of Stargate, be sure to check out the photo continuity binder from the first nine seasons of SG-1 – available now at VIP Fan Auctions. Used to keep sets and positions stable between takes (and eliminate those unfortunate-but-often-funny visual production miscues when editing), the photos included in this binder (see inset) are actual behind-the-scenes images snapped during the filming of numerous episodes during the first nine season of this landmark sci-fi series (featured on photo CD and letter-stock paper). This is a rare opportunity to own actual production materials that most fans have never seen – click here for specifics on the episodes featured in the set. Click here to place your bid now – the gate on this auction will close soon!

STARGATE ATLANTIS: ORIGINAL GLYPHS

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Glyphs are the key to traveling via Stargate travel. The ancient symbols indicate the specific galaxy a ‘Gate will leads to – or allow travelers to key-in their destination via Dial Home Device (DHD). While you may need an Egyptologist to translate the meaning of each glyph, all you need to own a set of glyphs used in multiple episodes of Stargate Atlantis is to place the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions.  The set of DHD glyphs comes in a wooden box (see above) and was the only set received from the MGM studios, so get in on the bidding now to own this rare piece of Stargate lore. Click here for more details or to place to your bid today!