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AHS-188 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Exit Sign - Once you enter the Hotel Cortez, there's only one way out. It has to let you leave. So, eye those exits all you want, you'll have to wait and see what mood the monster is in today. Own a piece of the show with this "Exit" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$275
CLOSED!
AHS-204 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Room Service Menu -

Who knew the Hotel Cortez even offered room service? We thought the only thing on the menu was the guests. That's the way it used to be, at least, before Iris and Liz Taylor took over. Own a curiosity from the show with this room service menu used in American Horror Story: Hotel.

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Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-269 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Neon "pain don't hurt" -

The Countess isn't the kind of vampire we've come to expect from myth or movies. She's something different. Something unique. She's almost like a woman playing at being a vampire. Playing at being a vampire while remaining unaged for close to 100 years, that is. But "vampire" is just a word. What is she, really? Does she drink only the blood she needs, or does she partake in excess because she enjoys it? Does she relish causing pain, or is it a simple side effect of her need? Own a piece of The Countess's personal philosophy with this neon sign that reads, "Pain don't hurt," from the wall of her penthouse suite atop the Hotel Cortez.

Ended
Winning Bid:
$700
CLOSED!
AHS-240 Hotel: Countess' Nursery Large Candy Jar - The Countess is a collector, and not just of neon signs. She collects children. Well, they used to be children, anyway. Who knows how old the oldest is now? But they still look so young, and they still need taking care of. They need to eat. To feed. And The Countess likes to give them a little extra treat, once in a while. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this large candy jar from The Countess's nursery. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-214 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Oxodized Hexagon Jars - The Countess is a collector. She collects lovers who remind her of the one she lost. She collects children that she turns into vampires. And she also collects jars. Own a piece of The Countess's collection with these oxidized, hexagon jars from her penthouse suite in American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-166 Hotel: Tristan's Initium Sunglasses - When we meet Tristan Duffy, he thinks he's the cock of the walk. And he might be even worse when he first becomes a vampire. What a pleasant surprise, then, that his character arc takes such a sweet turn as the show begins to explore his love story with Liz Taylor. Maybe there's a message in there about good finding a way even in the midst of evil, or maybe that's just wishful thinking. Either way, it's quite a feat for the showrunners to get us to care about a character they'd made us hate for half the season. And it's a big hint that maybe, just maybe, the show's about more than just horrifying us. It might also be meant to make us think. Own a piece of the show with these Initium "Cocktails" sunglasses that Tristan wore on American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-216 Hotel: Countess Penthouse Art Deco Jar Green - The Hotel Cortez was built in the mid-1920s, around the same time The Countess was turned to a vampire. It was an era of silent films and art deco was at its height. Perhaps this green, art deco jar from The Countess's personal collection reminds her of that long gone time. Add a little of The Countess's past to your own collection with this special item from her penthouse suite in the Hotel Cortez. Ended
Winning Bid:
$250
CLOSED!
AHS-220 Hotel: Michael Uppendahl Chair Back - Every season of American Horror Story is a visual banquet, each course more lavish than the last. Hotel offered special challenges, though, since most of the show was set within the walls of the Cortez. Somehow they still managed to pull it off, and with as much flair as always. Have a little piece of Hollywood in your home with this chairback used by director Michael Uppendahl while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-144 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Stairs Sign - The Hotel Cortez is close to its 100th birthday. Just a few more years and it's a sure thing to be declared a historical landmark. That means no one can tear it down, plus it'll earn a government grant to be put toward upkeep and refurbishing. The hotel isn't guaranteed to hit that milestone, however. Not now that its owner is deceased. Sure, no one knows he's dead, because he's a ghost who's pretending to still be alive, but there are other problems too, like a few more ghosts who haunt the hotel. And the vampires. Not to mention the ghosts of vampires. Show your love for the Hotel Cortez with this sign pointing to the "STAIRS". Because the elevator isn't working. Except when it wants to be. Ended
Winning Bid:
$225
CLOSED!
AHS-227 Hotel: Hypodermic Sally's Sewing Needle - It's probably safe to say that Sally has a thing for needles. But her trusty sewing needle certainly comes in handy for more than just needlepoint. Used to sew up the Countess and in a flashback to sew her together to her friends in a drug induced mania, Sallys bloody needle has seen plenty of disgusting action in episode 11 of Hotel. Now is your chance to own one of the most memorable props from everybodys favorite addict, Sally. Ended
Winning Bid:
$550
CLOSED!
AHS-191 Hotel: Liz Taylor's Books - Liz Taylor's books are an escape for her. Reading takes her away from the hotel and all its horrors. It frees her, for a little while, from the hardships of her life. And it's an escape she introduces her new lover, Tristan, to as well. In fact, it's part of the reason he starts to fall in love with her. Find an escape of your own in this set of books owned by Liz Taylor in American Horror Story: Hotel. Some of the covers were specially made for the show by the Art Department. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-260 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Adornments Sign - "Adornments"? We know the Hotel Cortez is close to 100 years old, but even thinking back to those early days, we don't know what they're advertising by saying "Adornments". "Hey, hold on for a minute, bub, while I just pop into this hotel here real quick like and pick up an adornment." Is it another way to say "cosmetics"? Maybe it means jewelry? Tattoos? Feathers? Your guess is as good as ours. Own a curiosity from the show with this "Adornments" sign used on American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-183 Hotel: "Vintage" Newspaper with Crossword - From the 1920s until present day, The Countess hasn't changed at all. Neither have the ghosts that haunt the halls of the Hotel Cortez. Another thing that hasn't changed? When people get bored, they sit around and do crosswords. Even vampires and ghosts. The only difference is now people are more likely to do it on their phone. Show your love for American Horror Story: Hotel with this "vintage" newpaper with the crossword, created for the show by the Art Department. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-237 Hotel: Countess Round Decanter and Two Glasses - There is little inside the Hotel Cortez that escapes the attention of The Countess. It has been her home for close to a hundred years, and she knows every inch of it. Or so she thought. Perhaps she should have taken the time, over the decades, to explore the hotel a bit further. After all, she should have expected there would be more to the house of horrors that James March built. \Own a piece of The Countess's collection with this round decanter set from American Horror Story: Hotel. Comes with two glasses with silver tone rims. From her penthouse suite in the Hotel Cortez. PLEASE NOTE -- There is no stopper in the decanter. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
AHS-199 Hotel: 1920's Blue License Plate - The Hotel Cortez was built during Hollywood's silent era, when movie stars were the new gods of America, and the City of Angels was their home. Own a unique item from the show with this set of three cardboard versions of 1920s license plates in blue, created to be used during the flashbacks sequences of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-182 Hotel: Iris Killing Spree Lot - "Nowadays any couple of yahoos can take out their iPhones and pretend to be the Sydney Pollack of sex flicks." Iris doesn't like the Cortez being used to shoot pornography. She's had it up to here with the kind of clientele the hotel has been attracting lately. And it's about time somebody did something about it. Own a piece of the show with these items from Iris's killing spree in the episode "She Wants Revenge" from American Horror Story: Hotel. Includes the porn stars blood test and "pate". Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-175 Hotel: Danglin' Dingo Duffle Bag - "What curious creatures." When Rudolph Valentino and Natacha Rambova are finally freed from their prison within the walls of the Cortez, they desperately need to feed. Fortunately, a trio of Australian strippers have just checked into the hotel. "Like the Colossus come to life ... Who are we to deny a gift from the gods?" Own a fun and novel item from the show with this "Danglin' Dingo" duffle bag from Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$25
CLOSED!
AHS-156 Hotel: James Patrick March Arrest Warrant - James March was gonna get away with it all. He'd set up the perfect plan. He could have committed murder after murder and the cops would never have figured it out. Then that unbearable Miss Evers had to go and point her dirty, little finger at him. The maid? That ungrateful... well, she got hers, didn't she? Own a piece of the show with the arrest warrant for James Patrick March from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-185 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Room Info Sign - Here are a few things you might need to know about your room at the Hotel Cortez -- Nothing good has ever happened here. Get out while you can. Too late. You're dead. For any other information, please check the room guide. Own a piece of the show with this room info sign from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-257 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Jewelry Sign - There were a lot of men going on a lot of business trips back in the Roaring 20s. When they came home again, they were expected to bring a gift for their wives with them. And, if they had any kind of real money, a gift for their wives meant jewelry. Of course, there might be another woman or two who would appreciate a little dangle or doo-dad as well. It got lonely out there for a man, after all. Besides, if they brought a mistress to the Hotel Cortez, no one was gonna tell. After all, the staff was more than used to turning a blind eye to an indiscretion here or there. Own a piece of the show with this "Jewelry" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$150
CLOSED!
AHS-252 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Exit Sign - As soon as you step through the doors of the Hotel Cortez and into its magnificent lobby, you really should be looking for the exits. If you don't get out now, you might never have the chance. But it's not such a bad place to be ... if you don't mind the murder, the mayhem, the neverending suffering and anguish. Own a piece of the show with this "Exit" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$275
CLOSED!
AHS-146 Hotel: Countess' Passenger Ticket (Flashback) - "I have a feeling you're going to miss your train." Eighty years ago, The Countess was a young woman in love, planning on running away with silent screen star, Rudolph Valentino. Of course, back then, there was another man in her life. James Patrick March. And March wasn't about to let her go so easily. So, when he showed up with the train tickets Valentino had bought in hand, and a mocking smirk on his face, The Countess knew March had murdered her one true love. Only she was wrong, all those years. Valentino wasn't dead at all. March had sealed the star inside the walls of the Hotel Cortez, to waste away, to die a slow, agonizing death that would never truly come. Now that she knows, The Countess has a chance to be with her love again. And no one's going to get in her way this time. Own a special piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with these Passenger Coupons from the flashback in Episode 9. PLEASE NOTE: Only one ticket has the handwritten elements seen on screen during the flashback and again in the hands of The Countess when the show cuts back to present day. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-187 Hotel: James Patrick March's Human Head Mount - James Patrick March has a vision. He's going to build a place where murder can be celebrated. Where darkness overpowers the light. There'll be chutes in the walls, leading to a secret basement for disposing of the bodies. There will be hidden room in his office, where he can glory in the memory of each and every perfect kill. But it'll be more than that. It'll be a home too. A home to help him live out every sick and twisted fantasy he's ever had, safe from the prying eyes of the pitiful public. Own a piece of the show with James March's human head mount from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-258 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Watches Sign - In it's early days, the Hotel Cortez offered every amenity their guests could need. Every amenity it's 1920s guests could need, that is. Like wristwatches, or pocket watches, or any other kind of timepiece they might desire. Nowadays, the guests usually just check the time on their phones. Few people who stay at the hotel even wear watches anymore, except the ghosts. And the ghosts don't even bother to wind theirs. Who needs to know the time when you're doomed to wander the halls of the hotel for eternity? Own a piece of the show with this "Watches" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-138 Hotel: Will Drake Financial Report - When Will Drake bought the Hotel Cortez, he was warned the old building turn into a money pit. No one told him it would be the pit of hell. Now that he's dead, though, he doesn't have to worry about it anymore. Or he wouldn't, if he wasn't stuck there for all eternity -- however long that lasts. As it is, he's got to figure out a way to keep the money coming in, so his new home isn't torn down around him. Own a little piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this report detailing Will Drake's finances that was seen on the show. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-201 Hotel: Valentino Movie Magazines - The Countess has had a lot of lovers over the years, but she's only had one true love. No one else remembers him properly anymore. Not like she does. The world can only see him in silent black and white, but, in her mind, he's technicolor and his voice still speaks to her. A shining star, from the early days of cinema. Own a unique piece of the show with this set of movie magazines about Rudolph Valentino with covers created by the Art Department and an insert of an article on the silent screen star. Ended
Winning Bid:
$175
CLOSED!
AHS-239 Hotel: James Patrick March's Human Head Mount - James Patrick March has a vision. He's going to build a place where murder can be celebrated. Where darkness overpowers the light. There'll be chutes in the walls, leading to a secret basement for disposing of the bodies. There will be hidden room in his office, where he can glory in the memory of each and every perfect kill. But it'll be more than that. It'll be a home too. A home to help him live out every sick and twisted fantasy he's ever had, safe from the prying eyes of the pitiful public. Own a piece of the show with James March's human head mount from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$25
CLOSED!
AHS-137 Hotel: Agnetha and Vendela Passports - When Agnetha and Vendela check into the Hotel Cortez, they think they're just in L.A. for a quick visit. Tour the city, see the sights, then fly back to Sweden. Sorry, ladies -- your short trip is about to turn into an extended stay. Own a memento from American Horror Story: Hotel with these passports carried by the doomed Swedes. They're not gonna need them anymore, because they're not going anywhere anytime soon ... or ever again. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-209 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Wall Sconces - The Hotel Cortez is bathed in darkness, even when the lights are on. Its halls are awash in evil. Its rooms swim with the blood of a multitude of murdered guests. The air carries the whisper of every moment of agony and terror as it flows through the corridors. Shine a light in the darkness with these walls sconces from the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Two vintage light bulbs are included. Ended
Winning Bid:
$400
CLOSED!
AHS-223 Hotel: Mare Winningham Chair Back - Hazel Evers, or Miss Evers as she's most often called on the show, is a patient woman who has waited many long years to get what she wants. Of course, it doesn't really work out for her in the end, but that was to be expected. But you can get what you want, and you don't need to be patient at all, with this chairback used by Mare Winningham while she was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-181 Hotel: Will Drake and The Countess Marriage Certificate - Will Drake self-identifies as a gay man, so why is he marrying The Countess? "Adults are complicated," is what he tells his son. Although that's undeniably true, in this specific case it might have more to do with the fact that The Countess is a bloodthirsty vampire who uses the power of compulsion on her prey. And, make no mistake, Will Drake is prey. She may not want to eat him, but she definitely wants to kill him. And she's going to do it when the ink is barely dry. Own a special piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with the marriage certificate signed by Will Drake and The Countess. Ended
Winning Bid:
$150
CLOSED!
AHS-149 Hotel: Miss Evers's Sheets Lot - Just when Miss Evers thinks she's finished with the laundering, another ghost turns up in the hallway. And, if there's a ghost, that means there's a body somewhere in the hotel. And, where there's a body, there's bound to be a mess. The penthouse is occupied by vampires after all. And vampires are the messiest eaters. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this set of three sheets from Miss Evers's laundry. Two are already clean. The third, she's still trying to get the blood out. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-261 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Cigars Sign - In the old days, the Hotel Cortez didn't just sell cigars -- they likely had a whole smoking lounge for them as well. One step into that room in the 1920s would have stung your eyes and burned your lungs immediately. You know what else stings the eyes and burns the lungs? Acid. Just ask the hotel's owner, J.P. March. He's an expert on the subject. Own a piece of the show with this "Cigars" sign from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$225
CLOSED!
AHS-224 Hotel: Loni Peristere Chair Back - Each season of American Horror Story is a visual banquet, every course more lavish than the last. Hotel offered special challenges, though, since most of the show was set within the walls of the Cortez. Somehow they still managed to pull it off, and with as much flair as always. Have a little piece of Hollywood in your home with this chairback used by director Loni Peristere while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-236 Hotel: Countess Etched Starburst Tall Pitcher - The Countess is a vampire, beautiful and strong. But her strength is an illusion, born of myth and movie-making. If she is struck, she could shatter, like the items made of glass that she surrounds herself with. Own a piece of The Countess's collection with this starburst etched, barware pitcher with blood drops on the side from her penthouse suite in the Hotel Cortez. Ended
Winning Bid:
$150
CLOSED!
AHS-150 Hotel: Gamboa's Oscar Statue - Martin Gamboa was a film fanatic. So much so, he'd gotten a hold of an old Oscar statue. It was the prize of his collection. Only fitting, then, that the Ten Commandments killer used it to bash Gamboa's head in, as payment for his sins. "Thou shalt not worship false idols." Okay, idolatry wasn't really Gamboa's sin, but someone who actually worships an idol isn't easy to find nowadays, so the Ten Commandments Killer just killed a really, really bad guy who owned a statue instead. Own a piece of the show with this rubber, faux Oscar statue used in American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$375
CLOSED!
AHS-226 Hotel: Finn Wittrock Chair Back - Tristan Duffy wasn't looking for love when he checked into the Hotel Cortez. Come to think of it, he wasn't even looking for a hotel. Sometimes life gives you what you need, though. Let life give you this chairback used by Finn Wittrock while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$250
CLOSED!
AHS-131 John's Blood shirt and Suit - "Not everyone can appreciate it here. All the lovely darkness. You know what I mean." Detective John Lowe has questions. Questions about the Hotel Cortez and it's inhabitants, like the strange, yet seductive, Sally McKenna. Sally has no answers for him though. None he's ready to hear yet. Why? Because she's a ghost. A lost soul, doomed to haunt the halls of the old hotel. But John doesn't know that ... or does he? Own the suit and shirt John Lowe wore in Episode 3 of American Horror Story: Hotel. The suit is from DKNY and the shirt is from Brooks Brothers. Also includes a second, bloody shirt that was used after John ran into an unfortunate guest in the lobby. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-225 Hotel: Cheyenne Jackson Chair Back - Will Drake bought the Hotel Cortez thinking he'd found an interesting place to live and work. Little did he know, the penthouse was already occupied. But he still found the home we was looking for. And he's gonna be there forever. Add a piece of the show to your own home with this chairback Cheyenne Jackson used while he was on the set of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-158 Hotel: Gamboa's Police File - Martin Gamboa wasn't a good man. No matter which way you cut it, he deserved as bad as he got. Sure, he didn't really worship the Oscar he'd acquired for his film collection, but he'd committed a far worse sin than idolatry. No, John Lowe wasn't bothered at all to realize he was the one who'd murdered the cinephile. It's just too bad that wasn't the only kind of -phile Gamboa was. Own a piece of the show with Gamboa's police file from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-167 Hotel: Donovan's Initium Sunglasses - The Countess's lover when the show opens, Donovan is a cool customer. He's got all the swagger and surety that seems to come with being a vampire. Of course, he doesn't realize he's little more than a glorified boy toy. At least not until The Countess kicks him to the curb without a moment's hesitation. We have to admit, though, Donovan is still pretty cool, even after that. Cool enough to wear sunglasses when he can't even really safely go outside during the day. Own a piece of the show with these Initium "Exacta" sunglasses that Donovan wore on American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$225
CLOSED!
AHS-134 John's Bloody Grey Button Down - Detective John Lowe is starting to question his own sanity. He's starting to see things. Hear things. Things that can't be real. He checks himself into the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, and while there, he meets a little girl who just might be a ... vampire? Maybe he really is losing his mind. But, somehow, things are all finally starting to make sense to him. Own this bloody, grey, button down shirt by Steven Alan that John Lowe wore in Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-140 Hotel: Will Drake ic! berlin Sunglasses - Will Drake is the new owner of the Hotel Cortez. He's stylish and sophisticated and, best of all, rich -- everything The Countess needs for her plan to keep the hotel within her control. So what if he's attracted to men? What's a little matter like sexual preference to a beautiful, beguiling vampiress who wields the power of compulsion? Save yourself from the sun with these ic! berlin sunglasses that Will Drake wore on American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$700
CLOSED!
AHS-168 Hotel: Donovan's ic! berlin Sunglasses - If it wasn't for The Countess, Donovan would probably have been dead a long time ago. She not only saved his life, but gave him a new one. An unending one. Not that he can't die. It's just that he doesn't age, so, barring some kind of accident, or violent act, he could actually live ... forever. Hopefully no one tries to kill The Countess and, in the process, shoots him by mistake. Own a piece of the show with these ic! berlin "pappelplatz" sunglasses that Donovan wore in American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$275
CLOSED!
AHS-174 Hotel: Danglin' Dingo Duffle Bag - "What curious creatures." When Rudolph Valentino and Natacha Rambova are finally freed from their prison within the walls of the Cortez, they desperately need to feed. Fortunately, a trio of Australian strippers have just checked into the hotel. "Like the Colossus come to life ... Who are we to deny a gift from the gods?" Own a fun and novel item from the show with this "Danglin' Dingo" duffle bag from Episode 7 of American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
AHS-142 Hotel: Tabloid Journalist Tounge with Nail - "He stopped their tongues from wagging. 'Thou shalt not bear false witness.' These people trafficked in lies." The Ten Commandments Killer has struck again. This time at the headquarters of an online gossip magazine. Detective John Lowe seems to have an almost unnatural understanding of the crime scene. (SPOILER ALERT -- Not so strange once we discover his secret.) Own a unique item from the set of American Horror Story: Hotel with the tongue of the tabloid journalist that was nailed to her desk in Episode 3. Nail included, of course. Oh, and not that it should need to be pointed out, but it's not a real tongue. The nail's real, though. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
AHS-148 Hotel: Miss Evers's Sheets Lot - Miss Evers has some more laundry to do. People have got to stop killing people on the bedding. Ah well, it's better than the carpet. The blood never really comes out of the carpet. It just keeps seeping deeper and deeper, until it's part of the hotel itself. Own a piece that screams American Horror Story: Hotel with this set of three sheets from Miss Evers's laundry. Two are clean. The other, well, let's just say Miss Evers still has some work to do. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
AHS-207 Hotel: Hotel Cortez Elevator Down Button - How far down does the elevator in the Hotel Cortez go? All the way to the grave, is the answer. A deeper still. Past even the death. Because there's something living down there. Own a piece of American Horror Story: Hotel with this down button from the elevator in the Cortez. Ended
Winning Bid:
$275
CLOSED!
AHS-238 Hotel: Liz Taylor's Books - The Crimes of Love- New Cover/ Ada/ Remembrance of Things Past Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3- New cover/The 120 Days of Sodom- New Cover/ Jane Eyre- new cover/Complete Works of Tolstoy: Vol. X What is to be done? and Life- cover falling off/ The House of Mirth- new cover/ Finnegans Wake/ Sister Carrie- new cover/ The Importance of Being Ernest/ The Prince- new cover/ James Joyce/The Bridge of San Luis Rey/ Bleak House- new cover/ Aristotle's Politics/ Candide ou l'Optimisme - new cover and 120 days of Sodom inside Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
AHS-153 Hotel: Holden Missing Posters and Jasper's Dog Collar - As the years passed and her son remained missing, Alex gave up hope that Holden could still be alive. But now she's found him again, and taken him home, and he hasn't changed at all. No, that's not true -- he still looks the same as he did, all those years ago, but he has definitely changed. Because he just ate Jasper, the family dog. Own a piece of the show with Holden Lowe's missing posters and Jasper's (now empty) dog collar from American Horror Story: Hotel. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!