There’s no doubt that Mad Men, and Don Draper in particular, has set the scene for current fashion trends harking back to the dapper gents of yesteryear. Now, diehard fans can truly immerse themselves into the era with news that Mad Men will be auctioning off nearly 1,500 props and wardrobe pieces from the show as of next month.
Honouring the show’s one year anniversary and finale, the auction will include items like Pete Campbell’s globe-shaped bar cart, Peggy Olson’s typewriter, Roger Sterling’s Ray-Ban sunglasses and the pièce de résistance, Don Draper’s convertible, a 1964 Chrysler Imperial.
As for prices, we’re still in the dark, but if the Breaking Bad auction is anything to go by (a $5 copy of Walter White’s paperback ‘Leaves of Grass’ sold for $65,000) we’re guessing it’s going to require a little more than pocket change. Check out the details of the auction here.