The Mad Men Auction

If you have always wanted to own a piece of TV history, now is your chance because ScreenBid Auction has launched a "Mad Men" auction.

“Mad Men,” which followed the professional and personal lives of Madison Avenue advertising men and women during the 1960s, is one of the most honored series in television history, winning three Golden Globe awards for best drama and four Emmy awards for outstanding drama series. It tied the all-time record for Emmy wins in the category.

Now lucky for people like us who ❤️ Hollywood...and 60s memorabilia collectors, we can own a piece of the show.  There are about hundreds of different props from the set and in all different price ranges...

From furniture from the set, including the orange chairs that were a fixture of Don's office at SC&P...

and Peggy Olson's Brownstone Apartment Couch, starting bid $225.


To clothes from Stan Rizzo and Pete Campbell's closets are up for bid as well as Don's swimming trunks designed specifically by Emmy-winning costume designer Janie Bryant for the show. These swim shorts were featured in the penultimate episode as Don stops at a motel during his westward journey.

Even Betty Draper's gold jewelry box is up for grabs.
Always wanted that cherry red Chrysler convertible that Don drove around while visiting Anna Draper in California?  The starting bid for it is only $10,000.

As well as the 1965 Cadillac Coupe De Ville that Roger persuaded Don to buy in Season 2.

The auction runs through April 6...but you gotta bid to win.

Although there have been other Mad Men Auctions before, it's still cool that there is still so much for fans to buy.  To see the rest of the lots and to HERE

So if you ever wondered what happens to all of the props when your favorite show ya know.

Mad Men Auction...we ❤️you!!!
The Mad Men Auction The Mad Men Auction Reviewed by #IheartHollywood on March 26, 2018 Rating: 5

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