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March 20, 2014

ScreenBid Launches ‘Psych’ Auction

ScreenBid Launches ‘Psych” Online Prop and Costume Memorabilia Auction to Benefit Alzheimer’s Association From Jason DeBord's Original Prop Blog: March 20, 2014 by Jason DeBord On the heels of their popular online Breaking Bad auction last year, ScreenBid has today announced a new auction of 181 lots of original props and costumes from USA Network’s Psych.  Proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association (selected by the cable show’s creator and Executive Producer, Steve Franks).  The one week auction will begin tomorrow night and run through 11:58 AM on 3/27.Full details can be found on the official ScreenBid site over at www.ScreenBid.com: Below is the official press…
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November 25, 2013

ScreenBid ‘Breaking Bad’ Car Spotted in NC

Skyler White's Jeep, which sold during ScreenBid's Breaking Bad auction in October, has arrived in North Carolina, the Fayetteville Flyer reports. According to the Flyer, the 1991 Jeep Wagoneer, which sold for $11,250, was spotted outside the Lewis Automotive Group. Read the Flyer's story here.
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October 10, 2013

Huffington Post: Walter White’s ‘Breaking Bad’ Underwear Goes For $9,900 At Auction

By Christopher Rudolph The Huffington Post Published Oct. 10, 2013 If you had an extra $10,000 lying around you could have been the proud owner of Walter White's iconic tighty whities worn by Bryan Cranston in the "Breaking Bad" pilot as part of Screenbid's auction of props and items from the AMC series. Screenbid teamed up with Sony Pictures to allow fans a chance to own a piece of their favorite show. The starting bid for the pair of briefs was $250, but over the course of the 10 day auction, the price shot up to the winning bid, which…
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October 10, 2013

EW: ‘Breaking Bad’ Online Props Auction Hauls in Nearly $1 Million

By Shirley Li Entertainment Weekly Published Oct. 10, 2013 One million dollars might not please Walter White, but it’s no small feat for Breaking Bad‘s online auction. Hosted by ScreenBid and Sony Pictures Television, the auction sold off 337 items, including props, costumes, and vehicles for nearly $1 million. After going live immediately following the finale, the auction attracted 5,800 users, with 2,000 who entered the bidding and shelled out five-figure final bids for props including Tio’s bell and Tuco’s grill. The highest winning bid went to Walt’s copy of Leaves of Grass, for $65,500, while the lowest winning bid…
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October 10, 2013

The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Breaking Bad’ Auction: Walt’s Tighty Whities Sell for $9,900

By Aaron Couch The Hollywood Reporter Published Oct. 9, 2013 How much would you pay for a piece of Breaking Bad history? An auction of hundreds of items from the show has ended, and fans mourning the conclusion of the AMC hit turned out in droves to snatch up some of the most memorable items at ScreenBid. PHOTOS: 'Breaking Bad': 10 Most Mind-Blowing Episodes Walt (Bryan Cranston) was seen an inordinate number of times in his underwear -- and one lucky fan was willing to pay $9,900 for the pair he wore in the pilot. The briefs are on display…
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October 10, 2013

Variety: ‘Breaking Bad’ Fans Bid Nearly 1Mil For Props in Online Auction

By Todd Spangler Variety Published Oct. 9, 2013 A “Breaking Bad” buff is paying $9,900 for a pair of Walter White’s used underwear. All told, fans of the show pledged close to $1 million at ScreenBid.com for 337 props, costumes and vehicles used in “Breaking Bad,” which ended its run on AMC Sept. 29. Startup ScreenBid struck a deal with Sony Pictures Television, which produced the skein, to auction off items used in the series. The auction went live after the finale, aiming to capitalize on the mania surrounding the Emmy-winning TV show, and bidding for the last lots closed…
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September 20, 2013

Rolling Stone: ‘Breaking Bad’ Selling Off Charred Teddy Bear, Walt’s Aztek

By Erin Coulehan Rolling Stone September 20, 2013 1:00 PM ET Walter White's Pontiac Aztek, a hazmat suit, a charred pink teddy bears: those and more props from Breaking Bad can be yours, thanks to the new auction site screenbid.com, which will sell off movie and TV props to fans. The site intends to help studios profit from getting rid of props that would otherwise end up in storage, or sold on eBay or Craigslist by people who removed them from the set, The New York Times reports. "We have Walt's Aztek and the Monte Carlo," in addition to other…
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September 20, 2013

The New York Times: ‘Breaking Bad’ Props to be Auctioned

By MICHAEL CIEPLY Published in The New York Times September 20, 2013   If your idea of living the dream involves banging around the desert in a Pontiac Aztek that has seen better days, the dream just got closer. Screenbid.com, a new auction site focused on the sale of movie and television props, is set to go live on Friday with a preview of its first offerings: about 250 items from AMC’s “Breaking Bad” television series, including a dull green Aztek that was used, and abused, by the show’s meth-dealing antihero, Walter White. “We have Walt’s Aztek and the Monte…
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September 20, 2013

CNBC: Breaking Bad iconic memorabilia to go on sale

By: Matt Clinch | Assistant Producer Published  Sept. 20, 2013 CNBC With just two more episodes left to air of hit TV show Breaking Bad, fans can get a chance to own their own slice of TV history with an online auction of nearly 150 items from the show. Auction web site Screenbid.com said it will start taking bids on September 29 for a whole host of memorabilia from the show, including the iconic Pontiac Aztek used by character Walter White. At a starting price of $1,000 the Pontiac isn't the most expensive item on auction. Hector Salamanca's wheelchair -…