The Sopranos star James Gandolfini’s is auctioning his personal collection of costumes worn during the show for a good cause.
Christie’s Pop Culture auction on June 25 in New York will be highlighted by a collection of costumes from the critically acclaimed and Emmy-award-winning HBO series, The Sopranos.
James Gandolfini will sell his personal costume wardrobe worn as Tony Soprano, to benefit Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors.
Pictured is the bloody Mafia-wear worn by Tony Soprano during the pivotal scene where Uncle Junior has a fit of dementia and shoots Tony. The costume is in excellent condition with fake bloodstains as seen in the episode and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
The Pop Culture auction includes a range of collectibles celebrating the diverse nature of American popular culture — including an original King Kong bust sculpted by creator Willis O’Brien (more likely Marcel Delgado) and original Dick Tracy comic art by artist Chester Gould.