Want a piece of HBO history? Boardwalk Empire goes up for bid!

BWELogoLiterally 100’s of Boardwalk Empire props, costumes, and vintage set pieces are up for bid right now. You could get your hands on Richard Harrow’s iconic mask. Maybe Nucky Thompson was for favorite character? His opening credits suit is on the block. Check out the auction at ScreenBid. Let us know if you score a piece of HBO history and we’ll feature you on the site! Good Luck!SuitFrontHat

Over the course of five seasons, the hit HBO® series
Boardwalk Empire consistently wowed critics and fans with its riveting performances, beautiful production quality and creative blending of fact and fiction, pitting original characters against infamous real-life gangsters such as Al Capone and Lucky Luciano. But what really set the series apart was its precise attention to Prohibition Era details and its use of tailor-made costumes and vintage accessories and props that brought color and life to an era typically seen through a black-and-white lens. Now, fans, fashionistas and memorabilia collectors can take home an authentic piece of the Emmy® and Golden Globe-winning series, which just ended its successful run in November, through an exclusive online auction of hundreds of beautiful wardrobe pieces and authentic memorabilia straight from set, with leading Hollywood collectibles auction site ScreenBid.


Items available for auction include tailor-made coats, suits and garments, ornate period furniture and décor items, Prohibition-style liquor crates and bottles and vintage jewelry like this mens pendant and china that appeared on screen alongside favorite characters including Nucky Thompson, Al Capone, Chalky White and Lucky Luciano. The auction presents fans of Boardwalk Empire with an opportunity to own a piece of the show, while offering historical buffs, memorabilia collectors and fashion mavens a chance to acquire authentic pieces to help make every day as roaring as the 1920s.

The auction will begin Sunday, January 25 and end Thursday, January 29. Fans can preview the auction online starting Tuesday, January 20 at www.ScreenBid.com.


About Liz Whittemore

Liz grew up in northern Connecticut and was memorizing movie dialogue from Shirley Temple to A Nightmare on Elm Street at a very early age. She will watch just about any film all the way through (no matter how bad) just to prove a point. A loyal New Englander, a lover of Hollywood, and true inhabitant of The Big Apple.

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