Tony Soprano costumes
Tony Soprano costumes are collectible items of memorabilia worn by lead character Tony Soprano in the popular US television series The Sopranos, which follows the tribulations of an Italian-American gangster family.
Tony Soprano was played by James Gandolfini throughout the programme’s six seasons, which ran from 1999 to 2007.
Tony Soprano’s key role in the programme, and the show’s worldwide popularity, has garnered some significant auction sales.
How much are Tony Soprano costumes worth?
Shirts worn by Gandolfini in the series have sold for as little as $800 at auction in the past, while notable ensembles have achieved thousands.
Notable sales of Tony Soprano costumes
A “bloodstained” vest, shirt and trousers, worn when Tony Soprano was shot by Uncle Junior, sold for $43,750 at Christie’s New York in June 2008, against a $3,000 high-end estimate.
A four-piece Tony Soprano costume, featuring boxer shorts, vest, dressing gown and slippers, sold for $21,250 in June 2008 at Christie’s, far surpassing the $1,500 high end estimate. Gandolfini wore the outfit in many episodes throughout the six seasons.
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