From left: John Slattery, Jon Hamm and Rich Sommer in Mad Men.
May 25, 2016 3:57 PM EDT

For those still mourning Mad Men‘s end, take comfort in knowing that you can relive the dapper (and debaucherous) times of Sterling Cooper & Partners with your own piece of the meticulously era-accurate Mad Men set.

The show’s producers will be auctioning off nearly 1,500 props and wardrobe pieces starting June 1, in honor of the one year anniversary of the show’s finale. Available Mad Men memorabilia includes Pete Campbell’s globe-shaped bar cart, Peggy Olson’s typewriter, Roger Sterling’s Ray-Ban sunglasses and Don Draper’s convertible.

How much will these treasures fetch at auction? It’s not certain, but if the Breaking Bad auction is any indication (a $5 copy of Walter White’s paperback “Leaves of Grass,” sold for $65,000), then we’re sure that the Mad Men memorabilia will do just fine.



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