Mad Men Prop Auction

Mar 26, 2018

Category: Style

Mad Men was a great show for a lot of reasons. Its characters were complex, its portrayal of the ad industry was faithful, and the dedication to using period props was near flawless. Now, thanks to the Mad Men Props Auction now being held on Screenbid, you can hold of some of the furniture, clothing, and art used in the show.

Right now more than 200 items from the show are up for auction with everything from drinking glasses from Pete Campbell’s apartment, to Don Draper’s 1964 Chrysler Imperial being sold off to the highest bidder. The auction was opened on the 18th of March, and is set to close the 6th of April. Top items include Don Draper’s SCDP office leather chair, his Purple Heart Medal, box of secrets, Sterling Cooper Draper Price’s office sign, and even Pete Campbell’s abstract painting. A deep and persistent sense of ennui, casual misogyny, and filterless Lucky Strikes are all sold separately.

Purchase: $75+

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