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VP-578 White House Hallway Pencil Portrait from Veep - The West Wing hallways saw a lot of carpet wear that's for sure. Selina and her team were constantly on the move dealing with crisis after crisis. They probably wouldn't notice this interesting pencil portrait as they rushed by, but it remains a great piece of Veep history. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-1513 Roosevelt Room Decorative Plate from Veep - The Roosevelt room was the key meeting place for Team Meyer in the White House and fair number of sticky situations were discussed there. All those conversations and mishaps were witnessed by the decor of the room. Such as this decorative plate that can be seen through out Selina's brief term as president. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1269 Tom James' White House Office Desk Trinkets from Veep - Fun Fact: Tom James is out for your job, Selina. Tom James entered the scene and stole the hearts of many voters as "best POTUS we never had." Tom's desk trinkets are in his West Wing temporary office while he and Selina campaign. He was sneaky and underhanded, but hey... this is politics after all. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1474 West Wing Decor Models from Veep - The West Wing was the place where all the action went down in the White House. For Selina Meyer and her administration in HBO's Veep the action was mostly cover-ups, scandals and behind the scenes wheeling and dealing to keep Selina in the seat of power. They may not have been in the West Wing long, but these models would have been there well after they were politely asked to leave by the American political system. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-673 Roosevelt Hallway Andrew Jackson from Veep - Scandal seemed to follow Selina and her team wherever they went. This required a lot of rushing through the halls of West Wing to try to solve which ever crisis was on deck. A part of the famous halls was this beautiful portrait of the 7th president of the United States, which can be spotted as Amy, Mike and company run to and fro in HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$150
CLOSED!
VP-553 Pair of Situation Room Framed Photos from Veep - “Where are we going?”
” We're gonna take you to the White House situation room.”(Selina & Secret Service Guy, Veep S.1, Ep.2)
We don't visit the Situation often in Veep but we feel better knowing it was there. Although, with Selina in charge one couldn't be sure whether the outcome would be good. Here is your chance to own some framed photos of situations in the Sit room from HBO's Veep.
Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-1555 White House Brass Lamp from Veep - The hallways of the West Wing held all the presidential secrets Selina was trying so desperately to keep. They also showed this lamp which had no scandal attached to it whatsoever. It is just a lamp and a fantastic piece of set decor from America's most impressive address. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1258 White House China Blue and White Pitcher and Vase Set from Veep - White House is in the house! Everybody say WAY-O!" (Jonah, Veep S.1, Ep.7) The White House is a bit more of a bouncy house when Selina Meyer and her team of political bozos move in in Seasons 4 and 5 of HBO's Veep. But, the many rooms in the famous hall of government were filled with items and paintings of its more noble and hopefully, virtuous past. This charming vase and pitcher set was part of the White House Americana that decorated its winding halls and many rooms. Ended
Winning Bid:
$225
CLOSED!
VP-1379 Ceramic Congressional Dish from Veep - "It's a building, Gary. It doesn't have feelings." "It has a spirit." Gary may have been reading a little much into it, but the White House certainly is one of the most impressive historical landmarks on earth. Lining it's corridors are artifacts and paintings reflecting the rich history of all its occupants over the many years. This beautful dish was used in the white house set for HBO's Veep, because it has that very American spirit. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-556 Pair of Situation Room Framed Photos from Veep - “Where are we going?”
” We're gonna take you to the White House situation room.”(Selina & Secret Service Guy, Veep S.1, Ep.2)
We don't visit the Situation often in Veep but we feel better knowing it was there. Although, with Selina in charge one couldn't be sure whether the outcome would be good. Here is your chance to own some framed photos of situations in the Sit room from HBO's Veep.
Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-1434 Situation Room Sign from Veep - “Where are we going?”
” We're gonna take you to the White House situation room.”(Selina & Secret Service Guy, Veep S.1, Ep.2)
We don't visit the Situation often in Veep but we feel better knowing it was there. Here is your chance to own a piece of Veep history with this Situation Room sign. Which of your rooms will be the 'Sit Room?"
Ended
Winning Bid:
$450
CLOSED!
VP-1512 Roosevelt Room Blue China Dish with Potpourri from Veep - The Roosevelt room was the key meeting place for Team Meyer in the White House and fair number of sticky situations were discussed there. All those conversations and mishaps were witnessed by the decor of the room. Such as this blue china dish that could be seen through out Selina's brief term as president. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1300 Ben's Brass Desk Clock from Veep - Ben Cafferty was an imposing white house figure. He navigated the shark infested DC waters, trying to keep the blood in the water to a minimum using a combination of brutal insults and complete nihilism. This brass desk clock decorated his West Wing office. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
VP-678 West Wing Ships Print from Veep - "I gotta get back to the White House. God, I love saying that." (Jonah, Veep S.1, Ep.4) For Jonah, and probably many others, working in the White House was a badge of honor and the best name drop in DC. HBO's Veep recreated the corridors and many rooms of this imposing structure with some likeness to reality. This beautiful ship print is one of the objects chosen to hang on those famous walls. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
VP-658 Dolly Madison Red Room from Veep - Selina's favorite White House spot, the Red Room played a big part in some important Veep moments. From confronting Tom James to meeting Charlie Baird for the first time this beautiful room certainly got some action. This beautiful portrait of Dolly Madison was used in the re- creation of this historical locale in HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
VP-1413 Tom James' Horse Statue from Veep - The smoothest of smooth operators, Tom James joined the Meyer ticket in Season 4. His West Wing office was understated and masculine. The perfect place to plot against Selina for the presidency. This horse statue can be seen in his office throughout Seasons 5 and 6 of HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-666 West Wing Office Flag Print from Veep - "It's a building, Gary. It doesn't have feelings." It has a spirit." Gary may have been reading a little much into it, but the White House certainly is one of the most impressive historical landmarks on earth. Lining it's corridors are artifacts and paintings reflecting the rich history of all its occupants over the many years. This flag print was used in the white house set for HBO's Veep, because it has that very American spirit. Ended
Winning Bid:
$300
CLOSED!
VP-681 Gold Framed Print of Abraham Lincoln from Veep - For three Seasons of HBO's Veep, Selina and her ace squad were trying their best to get out of the EEOB and into the West Wing. In Season 4, all prayers were answered when team VP leveled up to POTUS ranking and finally got to enjoy the perks of their new digs. This beautiful print of Abraham Lincoln was there to welcome the motley crew. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
VP-1297 West WIng 1979 Historical Display Plate from Veep - The hallways of the West Wing held all the presidential secrets Selina wastrying so desperately to keep. They also boast this plate which had no scandal attached to it whatsoever. It is just a plate and a fantastic piece of set decor from America's most impressive address. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
VP-1301 Ben's Brass Compass from Veep - "It isn't the job that's depressing... LIFE is depressing."(Ben, Veep S.2, Ep.10)
Ben had been through the ringer in DC and tried his best to get out. Unfortunately his skills as the chief of staff kept him firmly planted in his West Wing office. One of his many pieces of decor was this brass compass. It can only be guessed that he picked it up on one of his many travels with the Presidents he has served.
Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1271 Tom James' White House Office Desk Decor from Veep - Fun Fact: Tom James is out for your job, Selina. Tom James entered the scene and stole the hearts of many voters as "best POTUS we never had." Tom's desk decor can be seen in his West Wing temporary office while he and Selina campaign. He wa sneaky and underhanded, but hey... this is politics after all. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-683 Pair of Gold Framed Capital & Troops Prints from Veep - "Pardon me, West Wing. Pardon me. Excuse me."(Jonah, Veep S.2, Ep.2)
For someone like Jonah Ryan, the West Wing was more than a calling card or a simple name drop, it was his whole life. Or, as he put it, "part of my DNA." This pair of prints were part of the West Wing Jonah loved so much. They probably should have been bolted down.
Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-1291 West Wing Hallway Blue, White & Silver Tea Pot from Veep - Scandal seemed to follow Selina and her team wherever they went. This required a lot of rushing through the halls of West Wing to try to solve which ever crisis was on deck. A part of the famous halls was this blue, white and silver tea pot which can be spotted as Amy, Mike and company ran to and fro. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-672 Gold Framed Declaration of Independence from Veep - For three Seasons of HBO's Veep, Selina and her ace squad were trying their best to get out of the EEOB and into the West Wing. In Season 4, all prayers were answered when team VP leveled up to POTUS ranking and finally got to enjoy the perks of their new digs. This framed copy of the Declaration of Independence was there to welcome the motley crew. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-1476 West Wing Decor Models from Veep - The West Wing was the place where all the action went down in the White House. For Selina Meyer and her administration in HBO's Veep the action was mostly cover-ups, scandals and behind the scenes wheeling and dealing to keep Selina in the seat of power. They may not have been in the West Wing long, but these models would have been there well after they were politely asked to leave by the American political system. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-703 Congressional Meeting Print from Veep - "I gotta get back to the White House. God, I love saying that." (Jonah, Veep S.1, Ep.4) For Jonah, and probably many others, working in the White House was a badge of honor and the best name drop in DC. HBO's Veep recreated the corridors and many rooms of this imposing structure with some likeness to reality. This congressional meeting print is one of the objects chosen to hang on those famous walls. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-659 Civil War Print from Veep - "It's a building, Gary. It doesn't have feelings." "It has a spirit." Gary may have been reading a little much into it, but the White House certainly is one of the most impressive historical landmarks on earth. Lining it's corridors are artifacts and paintings reflecting the rich history of all its occupants over the many years. This Civil War print was used in the white house set for HBO's Veep, because it has that very American spirit. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-625 Green Room Andrew Jackson Print from Veep - The Green Room, according to Selina, was where Woodrow Wilson had some of his most significant strokes. It's also where Selina and Tom had another significant....moment. This amazing portrait of the 7th president of the United States, Andrew Jackson, can be spotted in this infamous White House locale. He only looks like a vampire in this portrait, it must be the red collar and the hair. What a fantastic piece from HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-664 West Wing Map Of the World from Veep - "I know that everything isn't always about me"(Selina, Veep S. 1, Ep.3)
This was from Selina to Catherine in a room where they were surrounded by giant posters of Selina during her 20 years in Washington celebration. Sure it isn't Selina. But she did have to remove the images from the party as she was trying to tone down the idea that she was a "diva." Good luck with that!
Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1430 West Wing Corridor Brass Eagle from Veep - The hallways of the West Wing held all the presidential secrets Selina was trying so desperately to keep. They also boast this brass eagle which had no scandal attached to it whatsoever. It is just an eagle and a fantastic piece of set decor from America's most impressive address of HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1268 Tom James' White House Office Desk Letter Set from Veep - The smoothest of smooth operators, Tom James joined the Meyer ticket in Season 4. His West Wing office was understated and masculine. The perfect place to plot against Selina for the presidency. This desk letter set can be seen in his office throughout Seasons 5 and 6 Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-511 Blue Triangles Painting from Veep - "What is that? Picasso's heavy period?"(Selina, Veep S.4, Ep.2)
Selina was no fan of former President Hughs' taste in art. Gary tried to be helpful and get rid of it but as per usual it didn't work out for anyone on Team Meyer. What with all the the money he spent on Selina's first state visit and this painting's removal, it was an early disaster in Selina's administration. Poor Gary, he was only trying to help all throughout HBO's Veep.
Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!
VP-709 White House Framed Circus Artwork from Veep -

For three Seasons of HBO's Veep, Selina and her ace squad were trying their best to get out of the EEOB and into the West Wing. In Season 4, all prayers were answered when team VP leveled up to POTUS ranking and finally got to enjoy the perks of their new digs. This colorful piece of art was there to welcome the motley crew.

Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
VP-1457 White House China Set from Veep from Veep - White House is in the house! Everybody say WAY-O!" (Jonah, Veep S.1, Ep.7) The White House is a bit more of a bouncy house when Selina Meyer and her team of political bozos move in in Seasons 4 and 5 of HBO's Veep. But, the many rooms in the famous hall of government were filled with items and paintings of its more noble and hopefully, virtuous past. This china set was part of the White House Americana that decorated its winding halls and many rooms. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-717 Pair of White House Black & White Prints from Veep - "I gotta get back to the White House. God, I love saying that." (Jonah, Veep S.1, Ep.4) For Jonah, and probably many others, working in the White House was a badge of honor and the best name drop in DC. HBO's Veep recreated the corridors and many rooms of this imposing structure with some likeness to reality. This wonderful pair of prints are some of the objects chosen to hang on those famous walls. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1548 Tom James' White House Brass Lamp from Veep - The smoothest of smooth operators, Tom James joined the Meyer ticket in Season 4. His West Wing office was understated and masculine. The perfect place to plot against Selina for the presidency. This lamp could be seen in his office throughout Seasons 5 and 6 of HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
VP-1400 Seal Of the President Of The United States Set of 2 Old Fashioned Glasses from Veep - "...if people want access to that backstabbing madhouse, then I think we're the ones to get it for him."
Maybe you can refer to it as the White House since some of our clients actually still like and respect that place."
"What's he talking about? I said White House." (Amy & Sidney Purcell, Veep S.4, Ep.6) The White House's reputation may change based on its occupants, but Selina Meyer and her crack team pushed that bad reputation to a new level in Seasons 4 & 5 of HBO's Veep. This set of old fashioned glasses with the seal of the president was decorating the White House set, but they had no involvement in any of the many missteps of the Meyer President and disavows all knowledge of said misdeeds.
Ended
Winning Bid:
$175
CLOSED!
VP-1504 Ben's Leather Pen Set and Bric-n-Brac from Veep - Ben Cafferty was an imposing White House figure. He navigated the shark infested DC waters, trying to keep the blood in the water to a minimum using a combination of brutal insults and complete nihilism. This leather pen set & bric-a-brac decorated his West Wing office during HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-668 West Wing "La Floride" Map from Veep - "I gotta get back to the White House. God, I love saying that." (Jonah, Veep S.1, Ep.4) For Jonah, and probably many others, working in the White House was a badge of honor and the best name drop in DC. HBO's Veep recreated the corridors and many rooms of this imposing structure with some likeness to reality. This "La Floride" map is one of the objects chosen to hang on those famous walls. Ended
Winning Bid:
$125
CLOSED!
VP-712 Pair of West Wing Hallway Framed Black & White Photos from Veep -

The West Wing hallways saw a lot of carpet wear that's for sure. Selina and her team were constantly on the move dealing with crisis after crisis. They probably wouldn't have noticd these interesting photos as they rushed by, but they remain a great piece of HBO's Veep history.

Ended
Winning Bid:
$100
CLOSED!
VP-600 White House West Wing Offices George Washington from Veep - Scandal seemed to follow Selina and her team wherever they went. This required a lot of rushing through the halls of the West Wing from office to office to try to solve which ever crisis was on deck. A part of the famous building was this beautiful picture of George Washington, which can be spotted as Amy, Mike and company run to and fro during HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-1295 West Wing Hallway Set of Blue Harvard Classics from Veep - The West Wing Hallways saw a lot of carpet wear that's for sure. Selina and her team were constantly on the move dealing with crisis after crisis. They probably wouldn't have noticed these interesting books as they rush by, but they remain a great piece of Veep history. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-667 Pair of Kent's Framed Sailboat Prints from Veep - "I have no children and I wish for none, but she's my family." (Kent, Veep Kent Davidson may not have shown much human emotion, but he certainly had strong feelings for his Lagoon 380 Catamaran. Hi love for the salty sea was obvious in his West Wing office in HBO's Veep which was filled with items like this large framed photo of a sailboat lovingly hung on his wall."I have no children and I wish for none, but she's my family." (Kent, Veep Kent Davidson may not have shown much human emotion, but he certainly had strong feelings for his Lagoon 380 Catamaran. Hi love for the salty sea was obvious in his West Wing office in HBO's Veep which was filled with items like these framed photos of a sailboats lovingly hung on his wall. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1443 Green Room Old Curiosity Shop Dishes from Veep - The Green Room, according to Selina, was where Woodrow Wilson had some of his most significant strokes. It's also where Selina and Tom had another significant....moment. These green dishes can be spotted in this infamous White House locale of HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1531 Roosevelt Room Pewter Pen Holder from Veep - The Roosevelt room was the key meeting place for Team Meyer in the White House and a fair number of sticky situations were discussed there. All those conversations and mishaps were witnessed by the decor of the room. This pewter pen holder was in the middle of the table so that Team Meyer could jot down notes as needed on the current scandal. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-803 Roosevelt Room Red Accent Chair from Veep - The Roosevelt Room held more secrets than any other room in the Meyer White House. It was the place where people were scapegoated for data breaches, entire foreign governments were blamed for accidental tweets and votes were whipped in a slightly less than above board manner to win presidential elections. This lovely accent chair was there for it all and it's been sworn to secrecy. Don't let this marvelous piece of HBO's Veep get away. Ended
Winning Bid:
$75
CLOSED!
VP-501 Ben's Office Landscape from Veep - Ben Cafferty was an imposing White House figure. He navigated the shark infested DC waters, trying to keep the blood in the water to a minimum using a combination of brutal insults and complete nihilism. This scenic landscape decorated his West Wing office as he dealt with the latest level of "DEFCON f**k" that Team Meyer was at. Check out this special piece from HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1540 Members Only Sign from Veep - Oh to be a member of Congress. It was Jonah's goal until he set his sights on the oval office. This is your chance to own a bit of Veep magic with these signs from HBO's Veep. Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-718 Sue's Tree by Pond Painting from Veep - "This is great wine Amy. A lot better than I expected."(Sue, Veep S.3, Ep.5)
Sue was a continual display of efficiency but who knew she had such great taste? Or that she was married? But her great taste appears here in her taste for beautiful art. Don't let this piece of magic from HBO's Veep get away.
Ended
Winning Bid:
$50
CLOSED!
VP-1404 Seal Of The White House Set of 4 Highball Glasses from Veep - There are 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms in the actual White House. The White House set for HBO's Veep was slightly less vast. This condensed replica of the real thing was confined to the hallways and offices we saw Selina and her lackys running in and out of while making questionable decisions about the future of the country. This set of glasses with the seal of the White House was used to help decorate the fake 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. so that it would look just as good as the real deal. Ended
Winning Bid:
$200
CLOSED!