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Mad Men Is Auctioning Off 1,400 Items From the Show

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Ever wanted to own one of Joan Holloway's necklaces, or anything and everything from Peggy Olson's closet? That could happen as soon as tomorrow, when Mad Men auctions off hundreds and hundreds of costume pieces and set items from the hit show. According to the Guardian, auction sale site Screenbid will open up the bidding on nearly 1,400 items from the set of Mad Men on July 31st at 12pm (PST).

Screenbid has already listed everything that will be included in the sale, giving plenty of time to form attack strategies. At the low end, the bids will start at $50 for trinkets like Don and Megan Draper's party napkin rings or Pete Campbell's copy of the June 6th, 1996 New York Times. On a more functional level, plenty of accessories from the closets of all the main female characters will be up for sale, including Joan Holloway's red suede stilettos ($50), and an array of Peggy Olson's handbags.

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