We’ll learn what happens to Walter, Jesse, and the gang when the final
episode of Breaking Bad
airs on Sunday, but what has become of the
Hazmat suits, that pork pie hat, and the other trademark props and
costumes from the AMC series now that filming has wrapped? If you've got
the luck and the buck, you could own a piece of Breaking Bad
will last forever. When the show ends on September 29th, an auction of
nearly 200 screen used props begins.
You better have a high credit limit on the old Visa card; genuine TV
props authenticated by Sony Pictures Entertainment don't come cheap.
Bids start at $10 for trinkets like Jesse Pinkman’s DEA mug, while
bidding for Walter White's inscribed edition of 'Leaves of Grass' starts
at $3,000. You can bid on Hector "Tio" Salamanca's wheelchair, but the
bell is a separate auction with an opening bid of $3,500. Remember,
these are just the opening bids, don't expect to be able to pick up
Jesse Pinkman's leather jacket for only $350.
Many of the cars used on the show are up for auction also; Jesse Pinkman's Toyota Tercel, Marie Schrader's Volkswagen, Walter's 1977
Cadillac, Jesse's Monte Carlo, Todd's El Camino, Andrea's Olds, Skyler's
Jeep and others, all in varying condition.
||Hector "Tio" Salamanca's bell.
The Breaking Bad
auction begins Sunday, September 29, at noon PT, and
runs for eight days. Many of the the auction items including those now
infamous Hazmat suits, the pink teddy bear, and that copy of Walt
Whitman’s Leaves of Grass – are now on display at the Museum of the
Moving Image in New York City. Visitors can view the “From Mr. Chips
: Walter White’s Transformation in Breaking Bad
” exhibit until
You must pre-register to bid at
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a 16 page booklet with letter from Vince Gilligan,
a commemorative challenge coin designed by Vince Gilligan,
a Los Pollos Hermanos apron, and more!