One of seven Good Versus Evil Chess sets by Maurizio Cattelan is up for auction at Sotheby’s in London. Estimated to sell for £150,000-200,000, the set features pieces modeled after a variety of historical and fictional characters.

On the black side are Adolf Hitler and Cruella De Vil as the king and queen, Count Dracula and the biblical serpent as rooks, and Donatella Versace and Rasputin as pawns.

Posing as king and queen for white are Martin Luther King Jr. and the Virgin Mary. They’re accompanied by Mahatma Gandhi and Che Guevara as bishops, and Mother Teresa, Pinocchio, and a fire-fighter as pawns.

Sigmund Freud appears on both sides.

Good Versus Evil Chess Set