TV Bones to auction off Booth’s beer helmet, Gormogon’s skeleton

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Entertainment Weekly Reported March 29, 2017 BY: DAN [email protected] The lab may have been blown to bits in last night’s series finale of Bones, but you can still recover a few things from the ashes. And from other parts of the set. Screenbid is hosting an auction that includes more than 1,000 props, wardrobe pieces, and memorabilia that accumulated during 12 seasons of Fox’s forensic anthropology crime procedural starring David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel. What kinds of Bones bits can you try to buy? The bounty features Agent Booth’s desk (Bobblehead Bobby not included), his beer helmet (strategically placed comic book not included), his FBI ID, and Brennan’s prop published books (finally, read page 187 for yourself!). Also up for bidding: Dr. Brennan’s lab coat from the final season, Booth and Brennan’s living room couch, Gormogon’s silver skeleton, Zack’s King of the Lab trophy, Jeffersonian Institute forensics kits, Angela’s artwork…

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Craving ‘Grimm’ props and collectibles? The official auction starts after the finale

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The Oregonian Reported March 26, 2017 (VIEW ARTICLE) By: Kristi Turnquist Are you mourning the end of “Grimm”? Will your life be incomplete without the chance to bid on Nick’s (David Giuntoli) spiked mace and chain, from the Grimm weapons closet? Or Hank’s super soaker? How about Nick’s Oregon driver’s license? Dry those tears and reach for your credit card, because the official auction of “Grimm” props and collectibles begins online after the “filmed-in-Portland Grimm” series finale airs on Friday, March 31. (Actually, it starts early for those of us on the West Coast; the auction begins at 7 p.m. PT, while viewers here in Portland won’t see the “Grimm” finale until 8 p.m.) Yes, hundreds of “Grimm” fans lined up and waited in the rain at a recent sale of “Grimm” costumes and props, held in a Northwest Portland warehouse earlier this month. But the really good stuff was…

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Note To Oscar Host Jimmy Kimmel: Johnny Carson’s Suit Patterns Are Up For Sale

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Deadline Hollywood Reported December 5, 2016 8:10pm (VIEW ARTICLE) Barry White’s suit patterns? Rhett and Scarlett’s baby cradle? Gene Siskel’s critic’s chair? If Hollywood’s crazy aunt decided to clean out her attic, the pile on her Beverly Hills lawn might look like the 60 or so peculiar lots put up for sale by Screenbid.com on Monday night. “We have a strange auction here, lots of things come our way,” Screenbid chief executive Jeffrey Dash said during an interview at his Culver City warehouse headquarters a few hours before the action began at 8 p.m. The online movie and television prop-seller, noted Dash, has normally conducted themed auctions, like its occasional Mad Men-oriented blow-outs. But this time, the service is experimenting with what might become an annual event—a kind of high-end yard sale offering some of the more intriguing items from various networks, studios and other owners. The Gone With The…

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Now You Can Own Don Draper’s Convertible

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TIME Reported May 25, 2016 (VIEW ARTICLE) AMCFrom left: John Slattery, Jon Hamm and Rich Sommer in Mad Men. Mad Men is headed to auction For those still mourning Mad Men‘s end, take comfort in knowing that you can relive thedapper (and debaucherous) timesof Sterling Cooper & Partners with your own piece of the meticulously era-accurate Mad Men set. The show’s producers will beauctioning off nearly 1,500 props and wardrobe pieces starting June 1, in honor of the one year anniversary of the show’s finale. Available Mad Men memorabilia includes Pete Campbell’s globe- shaped bar cart, Peggy Olson’s typewriter, Roger Sterling’s Ray-Ban sunglasses and Don Draper’s convertible. How much will these treasures fetch at auction? It’s not certain, but if theBreaking Bad auction is any indication (a $5 copy of Walter White’s paperback “Leaves of Grass,” sold for $65,000), then we’re sure that the Mad Men memorabilia will do just…

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Mad Men auction to feature 1,500 items — including Don’s convertible

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Entertainment Weekly Reported: Posted May 23 2016(VIEW ARTICLE) BY DAN SNIERSON Mad Men For seven seasons of Mad Men, everyone wanted a piece of Don Draper. Now comes the chance to actually own one. Just over a year after the Emmy-winning, critically admired Madison Avenue-set retro drama exited the air, Screenbid and the show’s producer, Lionsgate, will host an auction that features more than 1,500 items from the show, all curated by the show’s property master Ellen Freund. Some of the items have been displayed in the “Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men” exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York and at Modernism Week 2016 in Palm Springs. Last year, some 1,400 props were auctioned off, including Don’s Cadillac, one of his suits, and a fondue pot. This year’s batch — a collection of props, wardrobe items, and vintage memorabilia — includes Don’s 1964 Chrysler Imperial convertible, the orange…

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Don Draper’s Wallet, Peggy’s Typewriter for Sale in ‘Mad Men’ Auction

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Reported by: Rolling Stone May 23, 2016 (FULL ARTICLE) BY RYAN REEDJoan Harris’ office ice bucket, Roger Sterling’s Ray-Ban sunglasses also featured in ScreenBid’s online sale. Don Draper’s wallet and Peggy Olson’s typewriter highlight an upcoming ‘Mad Men’ auction. Doug Hyun/AMC Don Draper’s wallet may be the most exclusive item for sale this Father’s Day. It’s one of the big ticket items on the auction block this spring. Lionsgate is auctioning off more than 1,500 items from the AMC drama Mad Men including Peggy Olson’s SC&P typewriter, Joan Harris’ office ice bucket and tumbler set and Roger Sterling’s Ray-Ban sunglasses. ScreenBid’s online sale begins June 1st. “Every item that appeared on Mad Men was chosen with painstaking care to be both historically accurate for the time period and to help tell the characters’ stories through the objects around them,” said Mad Menprop master Ellen Freund who curated the collection. Many of the items were previously featured…

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‘Mad Men’ Auction Will Let You Take Home Don Draper’s Wallet, Peggy Olson’s Typewriter

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COURTESY OF AMC Variety Reported | MAY 23, 2016 | 11:52AM PT  by Lamarco McClendon More than 1,500 official props and memorabilia used on the set of AMC’s “Mad Men” will be available for auction beginning June 1 to commemorate the 1-year anniversary of the series finale. Ellen Freund, the award-winning property master who curated the items, teamed with Hollywood’s leading collectible auction site Screenbid to make the opportunity possible. Fans will be able to place a bid for such items as Don Draper’s (Jon Hamm) bar cart dressing and wallet, Peggy Olson’s (Elisabeth Moss) moving banker box and SC&P typewriter, and Joan Harris’ (Christina Hendricks) office ice bucket and tumbler set. “Every item that appeared on ‘Mad Men’ was chosen with painstaking care to be both historically accurate for the time period and to help tell the characters’ stories through the objects around them,” said Freund. “With this auction, it’s exciting to…

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