A James Gandolfini Costume from the Final Episode of "The Sopranos." HBO Television, 1999-2007. Two pieces; the first a black cotton shirt with brown and gray stripes, long sleeves, seven button front closure, designer label reads in part "J. Ferrar / 3X/3XG / 19-19 1/2;" the second a black leather jacket, zip-up front, two diagonal welt pockets, designer label reads "Remy / Leather / 56 / L;" original production tags still affixed to jacket; the shirt worn by the actor as he portrayed "Tony Soprano" in the last episode ever 'Made in America' [Season 6, Part II, Episode 9] in the scene after "Bobby Bacala's" [Steve Schirripa] funeral when he plays cards with "Benny Fazio" [Max Casella] and decides not to leave the safe house; "Tony" also wears the shirt with the jacket in a later scene when he talks with a grieving "Janice" [Aida Turturro] about her plans for the future; included with a COA indicating this garment was part of Gandolfini's personal collection of "Tony Soprano" wardrobe that he acquired when the series ended.

    RIP James Gandolfini (1961-2013)

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