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    James Gandolfini's screen-worn "Tony Soprano" costume from the final scene of the final episode of The Sopranos. James Gandolfini's screen-worn "Tony Soprano" costume from the final scene of the final episode of The Sopranos. (HBO, 1999-2007) James Gandolfini's signature "Tony Soprano" shirt, black slacks and leather shoes featured in the last scene of the final episode of The Sopranos, a media-innovating cable TV series. In Season 6, Episode 21: "Made in America", "Tony Soprano" and his family sit down to a meal at the local Holstein's Diner. Just in the midst of building paranoid tension, the screen goes black. After ten seconds of nothingness, the credits roll. A controversial ending to a beloved show that puzzled, delighted and infuriated its audience. The familiar styled green and black paneled shirt bears the internal bias tag with, "P621". Black pants with tag labeled "Tony 1 CH-5 P619" and one pair of size 13 black Allen Edmonds shoes. An important costume from a game changing, dramatic series. In very good condition. Comes with a COA signed by Gandolfini.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
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