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    A James Gandolfini Suit from "The Sopranos." HBO Television, 1999-2007. Made of teal-gray wool; jacket is single-breasted, one button front closure, two welt pockets, designer labels read in part "Camelia's / Custom / Clothiers / Nutley, NJ" and "Custom Styled / for / Tony Soprano" and "James Gandolfini / Date 4-9-03;" matching pants with pleated front, cuffed hems, same "James Gandolfini" tag as jacket; together with a white cotton dress shirt with vertical-ribbed texture, long sleeves, French cuffs, nine button front closure, designer label reads "Ike / Behar / New York / Custom / Date 3-13-03" and a gray silk necktie with a light blue geometric pattern, designer label reads "Ermenegildo Zegna / XL;" original production tags still affixed to jacket and shirt; worn by the actor as he portrayed "Tony Soprano" in 'All Due Respect' [Season 5, Episode 13] in several key scenes such as at the birthday dinner for "Raymond Curto" [George Loros]; 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.

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    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
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