Archive For: Fox Auctions


The Headless Horseman has the most legendary absent noggin in all of literature. In the Fox supernatural thriller Sleepy Hollow, we learn that the man who separated the Horseman’s head from his torso is none other than Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison), who is far from the bookish schoolteacher described in the Washington Irving short story. In the third-season finale of Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod returns the skull (pictured) of the legendary Horseman (Jeremy Owens) in exchange for the specter to help him defeat Pandora – but that iconic skull is now being offered to the Sleepy Hollow fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Undoubtedly one of the most significant craniums in popular culture for nearly 200 years, the head of the Headless Horseman is crown jewel of the horror genre. Click here for photos, more information and to join the bidding today!



To ensure his safety, Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell (Robert Knepper) handcuffed himself to Michael Scofield during the daring escape from Fox River Penitentiary in the first season of Prison Break. Like so many of T-Bag’s idea, however, the plan backfired when a fellow escapee took an axe to T-Bag’s wrist, setting in motion a complication that would plague T-Bag for years to come – until he is fitted with a robotic hand courtesy of the mysterious “Outis” in this year’s Prison Break revival. Now VIP Fan Auctions has gained control of T-Bag’s new and improved hand and is offering the robotic prosthesis to the fan who places the winning bid. It’s also a piece of television effects magic that can be worn over a perfectly functional hand. Click here for photos and more information, and claim a piece of the most notorious member of the Fox River 8 today!



Prison Break’s Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is one of television’s iconic characters. From his 2005 debut as the intricately tattooed architect with the elaborate plan to break his brother out of Fox River Penitentiary to his 2017 resurrection in a foreign prison – where his brother, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) plans to return the favor. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering Prison Break fans an opportunity to claim a piece of Michael Scofield’s (aka Kaniel Outis) story in the form of his jacket, pants and blood-stained shirt (pictured above) worn in multiple episodes of the 2017 season (click here for photos and more information). Also available are Michael’s screen-used binoculars and Moroccan rocks (click here for photos and more information). Don’t miss a chance to own a piece of Prison Break – join the bidding today!



Survival in a foreign prison is no simple task, even for an experienced breakout artist like Prison Break’s Michael Scofield (played by Wentworth Miller). Yemen’s Ogygia Prison is particularly brutal, especially for someone so deep undercover that he has gained the trust of the world’s most notorious terrorist organization. VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of Prison Break: Resurrection several screen-used tools of survival in Ogygia, including a set of three Cross Brother shivs, Michael’s crude prison lighter contraption, and Abu Ramal’s (Numan Acar) dagger and prayer beads (pictured). Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Prison Break – click here for photos, more information and to get in on the bidding for any of the available Prison Break props and wardrobe items!



Benjamin Miles “C-Note” Franklin (Rockmond Dunbar) is one of the most beloved former inmates of Fox River Penitentiary and Agent Paul Kellerman (Paul Adelstein) is one of the most hated (though he seems to soften as the series goes on). In the Prison Break revival, however, fans find C-Note still fighting the good fight, while Kellerman is a bit more mysterious – but time is of the essence for both men, and the watches they wear on screen are no being offered to the Prison Break fans who cast the winning bids. Kellerman’s watch is a Fossil with black face and black leather band (pictured above) – it also comes with his U.S. Airborne ring and pin (click here for photos, more information and to join the bidding). C-Note’s watch is a Momentum brand with a metal band and black face, which also comes with his silver wedding band (click here for photos, more information and to get in on the bidding). Don’t miss this chance to own a piece of Prison Break – visit VIP Fan Auctions to see all of the available wardrobe and props from the groundbreaking series!



The gold Guess watch worn on-screen (temporarily) by the guard Mustafa in “The Liar” – the third episode of Prison Break: Resurrection – is currently being offered to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Michael “Kaniel Outis” Scofield (Wentworth Miller) nabs the watch off the guard’s wrist during a scuffle to plant on ISIL leader Abu Ramal to get him detained during the escape from Ogygia – a strategy that doesn’t play out as anticipated and results in a dangerous new enemy. The guard’s loss will be one Prison Break fan’s gain, however – click here for photos, more information and to get in on the bidding for this notorious timepiece before time runs out!



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!



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!



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!



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!