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‘Mad Men’ Memorabilia for Sale: Nearly 1,400 Props, Costumes in Online Auction

AMC’s “Mad Men” may have driven off into the sunset, but now fans of the retro show will have a chance to buy props, wardrobe pieces and set decorations used in the series — including Don Draper’s suits and his 1965 Cadillac Coupe de Ville from the final season.

Nearly 1,400 items from the Lionsgate-produced series will open for online bidding at ScreenBid, starting Friday, July 31, at 12 p.m. PT. Lots will begin closing Aug. 6.

In addition to the Coupe de Ville (bidding starts at $1,500), items on the block include Draper’s Brooks Brothers suits, sunglasses and business cards; wardrobe, office accessories and personal effects for every major character including Peggy Olsen, Pete Campbell, Roger Sterling, Betty Draper and Joan Harris; Megan Draper’s wedding ring; and Don Draper’s Manhattan penthouse furnishings.

Other “Mad Men” collectibles on offer include Joan’s emerald necklace, Stan Rizzo’s bongos, Bert Cooper’s tea set, and a wide assortment of vintage barware, ashtrays, briefcases, luggage, lamps, carpets and period toys.

L.A.-based ScreenBid has previously handled similar auctions for Sony Pictures Television’s “Breaking Bad” and HBO’s “True Blood” after those series ended, among others.

Season 7 of “Mad Men” received 11 Primetime Emmy nominations, including for best drama series, Jon Hamm (Don Draper) for best actor in a drama, Elisabeth Moss (Peggy Olsen) for best actress and Christina Hendricks (Joan Harris) for best supporting actress. The series was created and executive produced by Matthew Weiner, who garnered two writing Emmy nods for the final season.

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