Know someone who would love a SAMCRO belt buckle, a “SON” ring or a pair of spankin’ white Nikes?
The Hollywood collectibles auction site ScreenBid.com has your “Sons of Anarchy” stocking stuffers covered, along with some bigger items suited to your fan of FX’s recently ended biker drama. (If you think “SOA” doesn’t jibe with Christmas, you missed all the Jesus imagery in the season finale.)
ScreenBid is hosting an online auction of more than 700 props, wardrobe pieces and memorabilia from the set of Kurt Sutter’s (“The Shield”) series that wrapped up after seven seasons earlier this month.
Items up for auction include Harley Davidson motorcycles, SAMCRO Redwood Original leather cuts, Jax Tellers’ SO and NS rings, hoodies, SAMCRO belt buckles, Nike sneakers (free of blood). Clay Morrow’s chain wallet, Chibs’ rosary, Tig’s silver medallion necklace, Gemma’s leather jacket, Juice’s cigar case and CDC prison uniform, Unser’s Airstream trailer, the president’s gavel, one of Nero’s cardigan sweaters and SAMCRO sunglasses, helmets, cigarette boxes and coffee mugs.
Items whose proceeds will go to charity include Opie’s 2001 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide Sport motocycle, Jax’s helmet and sneakers and a Redwood Original leather cut.
Bidding on www.ScreenBid.com will begin closing at 11 a.m. Chicago time Thursday.
“Sons of Anarchy” exited with plenty of gas left in the tank. The seventh and final season ranks as the most watched season of any series in FX’s 20-year history, delivering an average of 7.5 million viewers (5 million adults 18-to-49-years old) who watched within three days of the original episode. The Dec. 9 series finale was the highest-rated episode, racking up 9.3 million viewers (or 10.3 million if you include the encore).