Black Sails’ reluctant pirate hero John Silver (Luke Arnold) has paid a dear price for his loyalty, but his cunning and wit allow him to be a voice of reason to the increasingly tyrannical Captain Flint – and he eventually realizes the power he possesses in being both loved and feared. VIP Fan Auctions is offering several signature wardrobe pieces of the legendary pirate, including Silver’s custom-designed blue and black long pirate coat (pictured above; click here for photos and more information). Also available is the green custom-made jacket Silver wore on-screen during the second season of Black Sails (click here for photos and more information). From the second episode of Black Sails, John Silver’s screen-used shirt, pants and blanket are also available to the fan who casts the winning bid (click here for photos and more information). To see all of the props and wardrobe items currently available from the set of Black Sails, visit VIP Fan Auctions today!



Long John Silver lost his leg in one of the most gruesome ways imaginable. Luckily for Luke Arnold, the actor who plays the legendary pirate on Black Sails, bringing the aftermath of the attack to the screen was fairly painless thanks to some practical visual effects – the tools of which are now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The set includes the knee slip and brace that allowed the actor to hide his lower leg, as well as John Silver’s peg leg and a peg-leg insert to complete the effect (see photo above). Don’t miss this chance to own a piece of television visual effects and dazzle friends at the next costume party. Click here for photos, more information and to claim the peg leg of Long John Silver today!



The dagger used by Captain Flint (Toby Stephens) during the fourth season of Black Sails is as impressive as it is well-used. Crafted from silver and gold, the prop weapon is befitting an accomplished master and commander. The dagger measures more than 15 inches long with a 10-inch blade and a handle engraved with a lion’s head. Click here for photos, more information and to place a bid on Flint’s dagger today. VIP Fan Auctions is also offering shipmate John Silver’s (Luke Arnold) screen-used dagger, which is roughly the same size as Flint’s but more subdued with a simple brown and gold handle. Click here to place a bid on Silver’s dagger and claim your signature piece of Black Sails!




The legend of Long John Silver extends well beyond his iconic role in Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic Treasure Island – he has a parrot called Captain Flint and walks with a peg leg, among other features with origins in Black Sails – and he is no less cunning and colorful than in the novel’s television precursor. Beginning his pirate career aboard Captain Flint’s (the human, not the parrot) Walrus ship as an imposter cook, Silver continues to use his charm, lies, cowardice, intelligence and selfishness to benefit the person he cares most about: himself. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering fans of Black Sails (or pirate lore, in general) an opportunity to claim John Silver’s spyglass (pictured above), which is featured on-screen in the third season of Black Sails. The spyglass, created specifically for the Starz epic, is constructed of metal and leather – and the only one of its kind received from production. Don’t miss this opportunity – click here to get in on the bidding for this unique Black Sails prop today!




A spyglass is as vital to pirate lore as parrots, eyepatches and peg legs. The brown and silver spyglass used on-screen by the legendary Captain Flint (Toby Stephens, pictured above) in Black Sails is available to the fan who places the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Though it may be impossible to see on television, engraved on the spyglass are the words “Orion Spotter” as eell as “Made by W. Ottway & Co Ltd, Ealing, London, No. 54850, British Made.” Don’t miss this chance to own this Black Sails prop, which has been meticulously designed for authenticity. Click here for photos, more information – and to place a bid today!

And if it’s a peg leg you’re looking for, click here for information, photos and to place a bid on John Silver’s screen-used peg leg!