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X Company Charity Auction benefitting Camp X

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who bid on X Company items! Over $7,000 was pledged, with funds going to save and preserve the Camp X legacy. Winning bidders have been contacted; items will be sent out in the next week or so.

After three seasons, X Company is ending. We’ve travelled from Canada to Europe with Aurora, Neil, Alfred, Harry and Tom as they’ve gone deep behind enemy lines battling the Nazi regime and Franz Faber. There have been plenty of tears shed and memories cemented in our brains forever.

You can keep the memories even more alive with an item from the series! We’ve got signed scripts, clothing, props and other one-of-kind items any X Company fan would love to own.

Thanks to X Company‘s co-creators, Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern, for supplying the items. All funds raised will help save and preserve the CAMP X LEGACY.

The Oshawa Aeronautical Military & Industrial Museum is a not-for-profit organization that is overseeing the preservation of the last original Camp X building. The building will be fully restored and a permanent Camp X museum will be housed inside.

All donors will receive a thank you note from OAMIM and will be kept up to date on the project’s progress.

All donors will also receive a limited edition Alfred and Aurora postcard, with a personal thank you note from X Company creators Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern.

This auction uses simple bidding and ends Friday, March 17 at 11 a.m. ET. Payment will be due by end of day Wednesday, March 22, 2017. International bidders, please note that any additional taxes and duties charged by customs will be your responsibility.

A technical note: this auction doesn’t work on all cell phones or tablets. If you’re having issues bidding, use a laptop or desktop. Got a question or having problems? Email greg.david@tv-eh.com

Click on the direct links below for access to the auction pages and detailed images:

Autographed X Company Series Finale script

Autographed X Company Pilot script

Sinclair’s fedora

Large Toronto baseball banner

Toronto baseball pennants

Medium Toronto baseball banner 1

Medium Toronto baseball banner 2

Medium Toronto baseball banner 3

Aryan Selection Kit

Schmidt’s flask

‘My Dark Destiny’

Aurora’s Camp X fighting knife


Soft prop handcuffs

Key to Obergruppenführer Schmidt’s room

Camp X photos, Heidi’s calling card

Krystina’s Camp X file photo

Rene’s Camp X file photo

Faber family photo

Propaganda article

Camp X manual

Alfred’s Memory Show poster

Wanted Poster

Two tickets to Berlin

Operation Marigold Top Secret file

Alfred’s emergency letter

Neil’s identity papers

Harry’s identity papers

Specially-built button

Sabine’s dress

Aurora’s dress

Camp X, HYDRA uniform

Neil’s wardrobe

Aurora’s hidden pill kit

Mags’ letter to Neil

Operation Marigold kill kit

Mags’ drawing

Fuse used by Aurora, and then Faber, to blow up Voigt

Colonel Sinclair memorial picture

X Company crew gift Bluetooth speaker





Thank you! Kids Help Phone Charity Auction is closed

The auction has ended, items are being shipped out and the donation is being made. With the help of our prize donors, bidders and those who helped spread the word, we raised more than $8,000 for Kids Help Phone—a free, anonymous and confidential phone and on-line professional counselling service for youth.

If you’d like to contribute to Kids Help Phone, go directly to their website to make a donation.

Special thank yous to the following for the fantastic items and experiences:

Thanks again to the Canadian television community for supporting such a great cause.


Kids Help Phone Auction: Notes on a Script — West Coast Edition


Notes on a Script – West Coast Edition: Attention Vancouverites! Bid for the opportunity to have your script (half-hour or one-hour) read and analyzed for structure, character, plot and story progression, originality and clarity. Notes will be given by Dennis Heaton. Dennis Heaton is an award-winning screenwriter, producer and renowned lover of bourbon. He offers you a choice: a script review and notes over a coffee (or Skype) or a two Manhattan session at the lounge of Gotham Steakhouse (he’s buying, but you have to make your own way to Vancouver, and God help you if you drive). If you double your bid after winning, you will receive both events. Availability: November 2016, script delivered in PDF form. Donated by Dennis Heaton.

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Comments and queries for the week of September 16

Kids Help Phone Charity auction

The Mr. D package is not allowing me to bid, not sure if something is wrong with the link, but “Bid Now” button not allowing to enter a bid. —D

Thanks so much for the support of this great cause, and for letting me know about the glitch. It’s been fixed! If anyone else is having problems bidding, please email me at the address below.

Four in the Morning

I was going to give this show a go but I forgot to set it to record on my DVR. Now I think I’m just going to let it pass me by. After reading your review I think it’s a show I probably won’t like and I’ve been a lot more fussy when it comes to shows to keep watching these days. There’s just too much TV nowadays. I still have 20 shows I’m behind on. I keep finding myself dropping shows I’m a number of episodes in on like Arrow, Playing House, Bitten, etc., because I realize there’s always another show I want to watch more. —Alicia

APTN’s Wild Archaeology entertains and educates

I am very happy you liked the show so much. Trust me when I say there is much more to see many more place we traveled and learned from all across Canada. —Jacob Pratt


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