STARZ Spartacus Geek Auction

Own a piece of the original STARZ Spartacus television series.

“I am Spartacus!”

Yes, I know it’s a meme, but it's been around since before memes even really existed—and I know that because I really love that movie. As much as I liked the classic film, I enjoyed the STARZ network television series even more.

Spartacus was one of those television shows that made me feel like a man. It had everything. It had a brave historical figure standing up for what’s right. It had killer combat scenes that made you feel like you were part of the action, even if you’re just cheering on Whitfield. It also had some of the most realistic effects and scenes I’ve seen in a long, long time. When the show was running, I made a point of watching every single episode as they came out. It was just that good of a show (The Ultimate Guide To Spartacus).

As you can imagine, I was pretty upset when the show ended. I wanted to feel close to that kind of action again, and when I found auctions featuring some merchandise signed by the Whitfield and others, I had to jump on it. 

I’ve become a major collector of Spartacus merchandise, and it’s not always easy to find good gear featured in the show. Take a look at the coolest auction items I recently found.

A screen-worn necklace worn by character Lugo on the television series Spartacus. This necklace was worn by actor Barry Duffield who played the character Lugo in multiple episodes of the show. The necklace is a metal chain link with faux hair, bones and severed fingers attached to the front. It comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. 

A peltast style shield prop used on the set of the Spartacus television series. This particular shield was used by the lead character “Spartacus,” played by actor Liam McIntyr, throughout seasons two and three of the television series. The shield, created by the Spartacus prop department, is rubber with leather straps in the back; featuring a distressed appearance throughout. Included with this shield is a certificate of authenticity provided by Starz, the original network to air the series. 

A screen-worn pair of wrist cuffs and rings from the set of the television series Spartacus. This assortment features a pair of black wrist cuffs with leather lining and metal decorative exterior on both. Also included is a large silver-toned man’s ring and a smaller ring with a skull centerpiece. Spartacus aired on Starz from 2010-2103. This assortment comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. 

A screen worn rebel ensemble armor set from the Spartacus television series. This outfit, created by the Spartacus prop department, was featured in episode 310 of season three of the television series; worn by the lead “Spartacus” character of the series, played by actor Liam McIntyre. The outfit is made from a leather, metal and rubber mix and features fake blood and signs of battle throughout.

A pair of screen used items, used during production of the Spartacus television series. This pairing includes one long handled axe, made of a metal and rubber mix, with a leather wrist cuff. Both of these featured items were worn and used by the “Nemetes” character, played by actor Ditch Davey. These items include a certificate of authentication from Starz, the network in which the series originally aired. 

A screen-worn bracelet, ring, and earring set from the television series Spartacus. This set features a pair of brass-tone dangle earrings in the shape of a leaf with green and white beads attached, a pair of larger and smaller brass-tone wrist cuffs in the shape of a curled leaf, a brass-tone ring with a round face in the shape of a Roman shield, and a brass-tone ring in the shape of a curled leaf. Spartacus was aired on Starz from 2010-2013. This set also comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. 

A screen-used zinc dagger from the television series Spartacus. This metal dagger was used by actress Cynthia Addai-Robinson in Season 2 of the show who played the character Naevia. This dagger is signed by another cast member of the show Manu Bennett who played Crixus, with a personalized inscription “To Naevia from Crixus” written on the blade. Spartacus was aired on Starz from 2010-2013. This dagger also comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. 

A screen worn gladiator helmet from the Spartacus television series. This helmet, created by the Spartacus prop department, was featured in episode 203 of Season 2 of the television series. The helmet is made from a metal and rubber mix and features a red tone feather adornment to the left side of the helmet. This item includes a certificate of authentication from Starz, the network in which the series originally aired. 

A signed gladiator arena helmet, used on the set of the Spartacus television series. This gold tone metal helmet features a face cover adornment with with round screen eye covers. The brim of the helmet is signed in black tone permanent marker by actor Manu Bennett who wore this helmet while playing the character “Crixus” in Episode 203. This item comes with an official certificate of authority provided by Starz, the network to which Spartacus originally aired. 

A screen-used arena sword wielded by the character Crixus from the television series Spartacus. This sword features a steel blade and gold-tone metal handle and hilt with the autographed signature of Manu Bennet on the blade along with the words “Crixus The Undefeated Gaul” on the blade. Bennet played the part of Crixus on the series. This sword comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. 

An assortment of apparel signed and worn on screen by the character Crixus in the Starz television series Spartacus. This assortment includes a pair of leather high-top stunt sandals with faux dirt throughout, and leather strap ties, and a pair of resin shinguards meant to appear metal with a tribal face embossed on the top and signed by actor Manu Bennett, and a black cotton shawl with red and yellow chevron pattern stitched throughout. Manu Bennet played the role of Crixus in the Starz television show Spartacus and signed both the sandals and the shin guard. This assortment came with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013.

A shield prop used on the set of the Spartacus television series. This particular shield was used by the warrior character “Agron,” played by actor Daniel Feuerriegel in episode 310 from season three of the Spartacus television series. The shield, created by the Spartacus prop department, features rubber sword extensions; the shield is a distressed metal with a hand painted red snake design and fake blood accents. This item comes with a certificate of authenticity, presented by Starz, who originally aired the series. 

A screen-worn necklace and earring set from the television series Spartacus. This set features a necklace with a thick copper-tone medallion and a separate red spherical medallion on a twisted gold-tone chain, and a hoop earring with a large wooden paddle-shaped dangle. These items were worn by the character Castus played by actor Blessing Mokgohloa in Season 3 of the show. Spartacus was aired on Starz from 2010-2013. This set also comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. 

A pair of screen-used grappling hooks from the television show Spartacus. These screen props are separate coiled burlap ropes with a four-prong metal hook on one rope and a four-prong rubber hook on the other. The prop was used by the character Crixus played by actor Manu Bennett on the show and comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. Both hooks are also signed by Bennet.

A screen-used sacrificial goat dagger. This dagger was used in the television series Spartacus, in Episode 202, by the character Lucretia. The dagger is made of the same resin material on the blade and handle. It comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013.

A collection of screen-worn jewelry from the television series Spartacus: War of the Damned. This collection features a pair of brass rope wrist cuffs and a matching ring, and a pair of brass dangly fishhook earrings with purple beads attached throughout. This collection also comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013.

A screen-used alloy dagger used on the television series Spartacus. This dagger features a metal blade with a resin handle and is signed by Manu Bennet who played the character Crixus. Spartacus was aired on Starz from 2010-2013. Also included with the dagger is a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013.

A screen-used rubber longsword wielded by the character Gannicus on the television series Spartacus. This sword was used in Season 2 and Season 3 by actor Dustin Clare who played Gannicus in the series. The blade of the sword is rubber yet made to look metal and the hilt and handle are made of wood. 

A gold-tone screen-worn jewelry set from the television series Spartacus. This set features a pair of wrist cuffs with green spherical beads attached throughout, an evening necklace with dangly medallions with a hook latch fastener, and a ring with a large ovular face. The show Spartacus was aired on Starz and ran from 2010-2013. This set also comes with a certificate of authenticity issued by Starz in 2013. 

A pair of signed items related to the Spartacus television series. This pairing features one screen worn gladiator helmet, worn by the character “Crixus,” played by actor Manu Bennett, in episodes 111-113. This item, created by the Spartacus prop department, is signed to the front right in silver tone ink by Bennett; and includes a certificate of authenticity provided by Starz, the original network to air the Spartacus series. This pairing also includes a “Crixus” miniature figurine and game piece, signed to the front in black tone permanent ink by Bennett. 

A screen used arena sword from the Spartacus television series. This sword features an intentionally distressed surface throughout on a rubber and metal base, signed by “Crixus” actor Manu Bennett.The bottom of the handle is intentionally designed to appear broken. This item, which appeared in Spartacus Episode 205, comes with an official signed certificate of authenticity, presented by Starz, the network that originally aired the series.

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