'Breaking Bad' Auction Gives You A Chance To Own Part Of The Show

Breaking Bad

With only two more episodes left, it's time we come to terms with the end of "Breaking Bad." It will be hard to leave behind Walter, Jesse, Saul, and the rest of the gang, but a new prop auction is getting us a chance to own pieces of the show's history.

Sony Pictures Entertainment has teamed up with the website ScreenBid.com to sell of many of the props from the show, from the smallest test tube all the way up to the Whites' cars. The auction begins on September 29, the day of the finale, and will include items from that episode once it has aired.

Check out our top ten favorite items from the auction after the jump!

Walter White's Aztek

This was the Heisenbergmobile for years before Walter upgraded, but it will always be the car we identify with the character most.

Lily of the Valley

You could own the very object that marked the end of Team Walter and Jesse. Sure, it might be weird to have a plant that was used to poison a child, but it's got history.

Cousins' Axe

Let this deadly weapons serve as the perfect reminder of one of the show's best sequences, the pulse-pounding climax of "One Minute."

Walter White's Briefs

How could you ever be closer to the man, the myth, the legend than owning a pair of his underwear?

Hector Salamanca's Bell

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Tuco's Grill

The grill encased in Plexiglas is probably the best way to commemorate the early years of "Breaking Bad."


Why wouldn't you want to own a portable symbol of Walter's guilty conscience?

Badger's Skull Cap

There is no better headgear to wear while spouting off your insane theories about "Deep Space 9" or "Battlestar" than this hat.

Walter White's Jacket

Walter doesn't own a lot of clothes. The dude has about three or four go-to outfits. Buying this coat would be like owning 40 percent of his wardrobe.

Inscribed "Leaves of Grass"

The book that brought Walter White down might be the ultimate collector's item from the show.