Although its time on TV may be over (for now), Bryan Fuller's beloved Hannibal TV series can be fondly remembered through the items that appeared on the show (as well as the amazing performances). Fans can now add a little Hannibal to their homes via Prop Store's ongoing auction featuring more than 1,250 props and costumes from the cannibalistic series.

Currently underway and concluding between April 4th–8th (end times depend on the individual item), Prop Store's Hannibal auction features an abundance of props from all three seasons of the series that offered delectable new takes on Thomas Harris' eclectic characters.

Highlights from the auction include Hannibal Lecter's vinyl kill suit, the (synthetic) human hair-stuffed elk pillow, Hannibal's home-brewed beer bottles, the black stag antlers, prosthetic severed ears, Will Graham's BSHCI cage, Hannibal's straitjacket, Mason Verger's (Michael Pitt) bloody shirt and pants, Mason Verger's (Joe Anderson) plaster cast scar appliance, and more. We have a look at these items below, and to learn more about Prop Store's Hannibal auction, visit:

Press Release: Hannibal Lecter’s (Mads Mikkelsen) bespoke suits, a terrifying Wendigo bust, and Will Graham’s (Hugh Dancy) full size therapy cage are just a few examples of lots set to go under the hammer in the upcoming Hannibal: The Complete Series Auction, in partnership with Gaumont Television, this March. Over 1250 lots of authentic pieces from the award-winning thrilling drama series, Hannibal, will be available for bidding with no reserve in a three-week-long online auction. The auction begins on Monday, March 21st on the Prop Store website, with lots closing for bidding April 4th-8th.

The acclaimed series, based on Thomas Harris’ novel Red Dragon, follows the cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter and his patient, FBI agent Will Graham. With a star-studded supporting cast including Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix, CSI) and Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), the series ran for three jaw-dropping seasons, helmed by executive producer Bryan Fuller.

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