Best of Breaking Bad 2013 Auction
09/29/2013 12:00 PM PDT – 10/09/2013 1:16 PM PDT
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16 Walter White’s Inscribed ‘Leaves of Grass’

Walter White’s actual copy of Leaves of Grass, complete with the now famous inscription, “To my other favorite WW,” is one of the most iconic props in all of Breaking Bad.

Leaves author Walt Whitman shares the same initials as Walter White, and the inscription leads to some serious consequences when Walt’s brother-in-law, DEA Agent Hank Schrader, reads it (oddly enough, while sitting in the bathroom at Walt’s house). Walt mentions the book several times in the series, and searches frantically for it in the 9th episode of the final season.

Ultimately, he realizes that Hank has the book, and has figured out that Walt, played by Bryan Cranston, is the murderous drug lord he has been after. This book is a must for the serious collector and will make an outstanding addition to any collection.

$65,500
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15 Hector “Tio” Salamanca’s Breaking Bad Bell

Walter White and Jesse Pinkman don’t know what to make of Tuco Salamanca’s uncle, Hector. The old man is wheelchair-bound and can’t speak, and Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s characters don’t even know if he is aware of what’s going on around him.

But there’s more to “Tio” than meets the eye. That becomes clear when he starts ringing a brass bell attached to his chair. The bell is Tio’s voice. It’s a little charred from an explosion, but it rings as clearly as it did when Tio tapped on it.

This iconic bell is direct from the Breaking Bad set, and will bring the sound of Breaking Bad anywhere it goes. A beautiful, recognizable, and unique piece that can be yours only through ScreenBid.

$26,750
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16-e Breaking Bad Teddy Bear

This pink teddy bear is one of the most recognizable props in all of Breaking Bad.

The bear, custom-built for the show, is seen in numerous episodes, ultimately tumbling from the wreckage of an airplane and falling into Walter White’s swimming pool. ScreenBid is offering two screen-used bears – one with eyes, one without.

Any Breaking Bad fan will immediately recognize this iconic bear, which plays an important role in the series. It will be a treasured part of any collection.

 

$23,250
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9 Tuco’s Grill from Breaking Bad

Tuco’s grill is one of the most iconic props in Breaking Bad.

In a show filled with bad guys, Tuco Salamanca stands out as especially nasty.

Early in the show’s first season, the violent, drug-addicted meth distributor beat one of his own men to death in front of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. As famous as Tuco was for his volatility, he was just as famous for his grill – the jeweled cap he wore over his front teeth.

In fact, the second episode of the second season is called “Grilled,” just for Tuco. Unfortunately for Tuco, the episode was the bad guy’s last appearance on Breaking Bad, because in it, DEA Agent Hank Schrader shoots him to death.

Later in the season, Hank’s DEA colleagues give him Tuco’s grill, encased in acrylic, as a souvenir. The grill, sealed in acrylic, is among the most famous props in all of Breaking Bad. This iconic, screen-used grill will immediately become one of the most treasured pieces in any collection.

 

$20,250
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18-b Breaking Bad Teddy Bear With No Eyes

This iconic pink Teddy bear is one of the most recognizable items of all Breaking Bad.

The show’s producers had several bears built for the show. All are special.

This one is especially so.

This bear has no eyes.

That’s extremely important because Walter White finds one eye from a Teddy bear floating in his swimming pool. It came from this bear.

This pink Breaking Bad Teddy bear, available exclusively at ScreenBid, will immediately become a treasured part of any collection. It is a striking item and an absolute must-have for serious collectors and fans of the show.

$20,250
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18-e Walter White’s Breaking Bad Cadillac

Drive like Walter White!

In the final season of Breaking Bad, Walter White tools around in this 1977 Sedan de Ville.

It’s an important car, and the legendary character uses it a whole lot in some of the most vital episodes of the series.

This is the actual Sedan de Ville that Walter White drives onscreen. It runs and drives, but the paint is faded, the body has some dings and there is interior wear and tear.

The interior is red and Walt was in the driver’s seat.

Breaking Bad fans are definitely going to want Walter White’s Cadillac, which is sold as-is.

$19,750
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9-b Skyler White’s Breaking Bad Jeep

Skyler White, Walt’s wife, drives this unique and highly recognizable 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer throughout Breaking Bad.

The Jeep runs and drives, but leaks oil and has some paint bubbling and chipping. This is the very Jeep that the character Skyler, as played by Emmy winner Anna Gunn, drives through New Mexico.

Skyler’s car can be yours only at ScreenBid.

$11,250
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18-d Marie Schrader’s Volkswagen

Marie Schrader drove one of the nicer cars in Breaking Bad, and now you can, too.

Marie drove this 2008 Volkswagen Beetle in the later seasons of Breaking Bad. It got plenty of screen-time and, while it’s not Marie’s signature purple, it’s close — a dark blue.

It’s a good car. It runs and drives and has no serious defects or damage.

And it’s straight from Breaking Bad.

Marie’s car is sold as-is

$10,000
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66 Walter White’s Briefs

These may be the most iconic tighty-whiteys in television.

Breaking Bad begins its run with Walter White wearing this pair of briefs. Throughout the series, the Walter character, as played by Bryan Cranston, appears in tighty-whiteys. This underwear, now on display at the Museum of the Moving Image, is the pair Walt wore on the first episode of the Emmy-winning show.

Walt’s tighty-whiteys are an iconic, key part of Breaking Bad. They will remain at the museum until the exhibit is over, and will be shipped after Oct. 27, when the exhibit ends.

They are important enough to be in a museum, and will be a treasured addition to any collection.

Click here for more information about the Museum of the Moving Image Exhibit

 

$9,900
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18-f Jesse Pinkman’s Monte Carlo

Jesse Pinkman’s Monte Carlo had a key role in Breaking Bad, and now the 1982 Chevrolet can be yours.

The last time you saw Jesse Pinkman’s Monte Carlo, it was jumping up and down on its crazy hydraulic system and shielding Tuco Salamanca from Hank Schrader.

But that crazy hydraulic system was also Tuco’s end: When the car moved lower, Hank was able to shoot the bad guy.

This is the actual red Monte Carlo used in the show.

Getting in the way of Hank and Tuco will do a number on a car, and the Chevrolet got pretty badly beaten up. It’s not really drivable. The hood and trunk latches are bad, all door and window seals are bad, and the paint is faded.

Oh yeah, the hydraulic system. It’s non-functional.

This is the car that sported a gold fist in the rear window, and was pivotal in the show.

It needs work and is sold as-is.

Breaking Bad fans are going to want Jesse’s car.

$8,600
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143-a FINAL EPISODE Walter White’s Key Fob of Death

Perhaps the most iconic key fob in all of television.

In the very last episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White rigs his Cadillac with a machine gun.

All he has to do to set it off — and kill his rivals, and save Jesse Pinkman — is press a button on a red key fob.

This is the actual key fob used onscreen.

This little remote control meant a whole lot of pain for Uncle Jack, Todd, and some other nasties. It’s extremely recognizable and is one of the most important props in all of Breaking Bad.

It’s a great, great piece that was extremely important to Walter White — and which will become an important part of any collection.

$8,400
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20 Walter White’s Breaking Bad Aztek

Walter White’s Pontiac Aztek is one of the most iconic vehicles in Breaking Bad.

Breaking Bad producers used three Azteks making the show. One will remain on display at the Sony studios in Culver City and one is a parts car.

This is the third — a 2003 that was a crash vehicle. Its rear quarter is pretty much wrecked, and the glass is broken, so it’ll need some work. OK, it’ll need a whole lot of work.

Still, it’s Walter White’s Aztek. Which makes it one of the most recognizable cars on television.

The vehicle is not in driving condition and is sold as-is.

$7,800
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362 Los Pollos Hermanos Menu

Everybody loves Los Pollos Hermanos, but only one bidder can win this spectacular menu from Breaking Bads favorite chicken joint.

And it is great.

This 5-foot-by-6-foot menu is right from the set of Breaking Bad, and features the restaurant’s iconic cartoon chicken logo. It also lets you know that Los Pollos Hermanos sold tacos, nachos, and breakfast burritos — in addition to chicken by the bucket.

Imagine having this beautiful, unique piece — a must-have for serious Breaking Bad fans — in your game room, kitchen, or business. This immediately recognizable piece of Breaking Bad memorabilia will immediately be a treasured part of any collection.

 

$7,800
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14-b Jesse Pinkman’s Toyota Tercel

Breaking Bad is full of recognizable vehicles — an Aztek, a big Jeep, a blue Volkswagen — Jesse Pinkman’s Toyota stands out.

It’s quintessentially Jesse:Not at all self-conscious and sort of battered.

And very recognizable.

Breaking Bad fans will love this car — the actual vehicle that Jesse drove in the series.

It’s a 1986 Tercel TDX that runs and drives. The paint is faded and the interior has been affected by age. It has logged about 181,500 miles and is sold as-is.

Put yourself behind Jesse’s wheel and start calling people names. You know what to call ’em.

$7,200
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196 Teddy Bear Eyeball

The pink Teddy bear that tumbled from a crashed airplane and into Walter White’s pool is one of the most iconic props in Breaking Bad.

The bear’s eyes are as iconic.

The eyeballs show up several times in Breaking Bad: In Season 3, Episode 1, Bryan Cranston’s character pulls one from his swimming pool filter. And in Season 4, Episode 1, Skyler finds it in a drawer.

The eyeballs are eerie and ominous and, in their own way, beautiful. They’re also an important part of Breaking Bad.

Any serious fan will recognize this key item from the Breaking Bad storyline.

You can keep it in a drawer if you’d like, but most likely you’ll want to display this bit of Breaking Bad history someplace a little more conspicuous.

Like your swimming pool.

On second thought, add it to your collection. That’s a perfect place for this unique item.

$7,000
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135 Breaking Bad Eyeball Rig

This is one of the coolest behind-the-scenes pieces of memorabilia in Breaking Bad.

In Season 2, Episode 13, an eyeball from a Teddy bear bobs in Walter White’s swimming pool.

But when you’re making a television show, you can’t expect a Teddy bear eyeball to bob where you want it to. So the Breaking Bad crew built this little rig — an eyeball connected to a piece of fishing line connected to a board — to keep the eyeball floating where it needed to be.

The eyeball is the screen-used eye from the episode, and the board is a piece of television magic.

This is a terrific, one-of-a-kind piece that is tied — literally — to one of the most iconic images of all Breaking Bad.

It is available exclusively at ScreenBid.

 

$6,500
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51 Vamonos Truck from Breaking Bad

In the fifth season of Breaking Bad, Walter White realizes he needs a new place to cook meth. And he comes up with a brilliant solution: He’ll cook inside houses that are being fumigated for termites. Nobody would give a second thought to weird chemical smells coming out of houses that are tented for bugs.

Walt buys a piece of Vamonos Pest Control and loads up this van with all the equipment he needs to make his famous blue meth.

Vamonos Pest Control, like Los Pollos Hermanos, has become iconic in the Breaking Bad world — and has become well-known in popular culture. This van, which carried Walt and his partner, Jesse Pinkman, from “lab” to “lab,” is a distinctive and unique item.

The truck runs and drives rough, has a weak engine and high mileage. There are tow tabs welded to the frame and there is interior and seat wear and damage. The Vamonos Pest work truck is sold as-is.

$6,100
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197 Eyeball

The pink Teddy bear that tumbled from a crashed airplane and into Walter White’s pool is one of the most iconic props in Breaking Bad.

The bear’s eyes are as iconic.

The eyeballs show up several times in Breaking Bad: In Season 3, Episode 1, Bryan Cranston’s character pulls one from his swimming pool filter. And in Season 4, Episode 1, Skyler finds it in a drawer.

The eyeballs are eerie and ominous and, in their own way, beautiful. They’re also an important part of Breaking Bad.

Any serious fan will recognize this key item from the Breaking Bad storyline.

You can keep it in a drawer if you’d like, but most likely you’ll want to display this bit of Breaking Bad history someplace a little more conspicuous.

Like your swimming pool.

On second thought, add it to your collection. That’s a perfect place for this unique item.

$6,000
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39 Walter White’s Book Bag

Before Walter White was a drug kingpin, he was a high school chemistry teacher.

And like teachers everywhere, the Walt character, played by Bryan Cranston, toted his textbooks to school in a book bag.

This one-of-a-kind item is Walter White’s book bag – a brown leather model from Fossil. Inside is an actual chemistry text, along with some of Walt’s insurance documents.

This piece is especially important because it is one of the few items from Walt’s pre-outlaw days. And it comes with Walt’s chemistry book!

$5,800
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423 A1A Car Wash Sign

A1A Car Wash was Walter and Skyler White’s money-laundering operation.

It was also a working car wash.

This 2-foot-8-inch by 2-foot-8-inch “You’ve Tried The Rest Now Try The Best” sign is right from the car wash. It’s screen-used and strangely beautiful.

This is a very nice item. It’s made of wood and comes framed.

It will make a great addition to any home or business and is a must-have for any serious Breaking Bad fan.

$5,800
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151-a FINAL EPISODE Another Terrifying Laser Pointer

Walter White knows how to scare people.

And he sure did in the final episode of Breaking Bad.

In that last episode, Walter breaks into the home of his former friends, Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz, to ask them to do a favor.

And then he terrifies them.

While they stand at the window, they notice the red point of a laser trained on them. And Walter explains that if they don’t do as he asks, the hitmen he has hired — and who are aiming at them at that very moment — will eventually kill them.

It’s a chilling and effective scene.

And it’s all a big lie.

There are no hitmen.

There’s just Badger and Skinny Pete, with a couple of laser pointers.

But Gretchen and Elliott don’t know that.

This is one of the laser pointers actually used in the final episode of Breaking Bad. It’s an iconic prop right from the set.

It will make a treasured part of any collection.

Just try not to scare people with it. OK?

$5,700
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154 Jesse’s Stash Box

This wooden box, complete with a pot leaf, belonged to Jesse Pinkman.

But you would have known that just looking at it.

The screen-used stash box was shown in the second season of Breaking Bad.

$5,600
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125 Walter White’s Gas Mask

In Breaking Bad, a show filled with iconic items, this gas mask stands out.

Actually, it’s a “respirator,” and in Breaking Bad, Walter White uses it to protect himself from the toxic fumes that are a byproduct of the methamphetamine he cooks.

This is one of the actual respirators the legendary character held onscreen.

Breaking Bad fans will immediately recognize this respirator. It’s a great item closely associated with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. Serious collectors and casual fans alike will be thrilled with this respirator.

$5,400
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190 Walter White’s Beige Jacket

Walter White is not a flashy guy.

Sure, he’s a killer and a drug lord and probably a sociopath. But flashy he ain’t.

Check out his Breaking Bad wardrobe: Khakis, Wallabees . . . low-key, blend-in stuff.

So it is with this beige jacket, which Walt wore onscreen. It’s as much a part of Walter as a yellow chemical protection suit.

Just not as flashy.

Any Breaking Bad fan would be delighted to own this jacket.

$5,400
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41 Lily of the Valley

Walter White is a brutal guy, and this Lily of the Valley plant is proof of just how heartless he can be.

The plant is central to the Fourth Season, and Walt uses it to poison a young boy. The final image of the season’s last show is a shot of this very potted plant, which is in Walter White’s backyard.

This is the actual artificial plant, complete with pot and “Lily of the Valley” marker, that was used on the show. Breaking Bad fans will instantly recognize this important prop. And because it’s artificial, it can’t poison anyone.

But it can impress anybody who follows Breaking Bad.

$5,100
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11 Gustavo Fring’s Air Freshener from Breaking Bad

Even bad guys want their cars to smell nice, and Gus Fring, king of the bad guys, used this Pollos Hermanos freshener to keep his Volvo smelling clean. The Breaking Bad villain’s air freshener actually has no fragrance — it’s a cardboard disc emblazoned with the iconic Los Pollos Hermanos logo.

This Pollos Hermanos air freshener is instantly recognizable and will be a great addition to any collection. It is screen-used and available only at ScreenBid.

$5,000
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62-c Gustavo Fring’s Computer from Breaking Bad

Gustavo Fring’s laptop computer caused all kinds of problems for Walter White – and ultimately showed just how clever and resourceful Bryan Cranston’s character is.

In the first episode of Breaking Bads fifth Season, Walt learns that Gus’s computer has video that would send the high school teacher-turned-drug kingpin to prison. If that’s not a big enough problem, the computer is locked in a police evidence vault.

But Walt’s not the sort of guy who lets a vault get in the way. So he, Jesse Pinkman, and Mike Ehrmantraut use an electromagnet — that’s right, an electromagnet — to erase the hard drive.

This screen-used Samsung laptop comes in the evidence bag shown on Breaking Bad. And don’t worry — although Walt fried the hard drive, the computer works just fine.

This is the actual computer that was an essential element of Breaking Bad, and it can be yours only at ScreenBid.

$5,000
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145-a FINAL EPISODE Terrifying Laser Pointer

Walter White knows how to scare people.

And he sure did in the final episode of Breaking Bad.

In that last episode, Walter breaks into the home of his former friends, Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz, to ask them to do a favor.

And then he terrifies them.

While they stand at the window, they notice the red point of a laser trained on them. And Walter explains that if they don’t do as he asks, the hitmen he has hired — and who are aiming at them at that very moment — will eventually kill them.

It’s a chilling and effective scene.

And it’s all a big lie.

There are no hitmen.

There’s just Badger and Skinny Pete, with a couple of laser pointers.

But Gretchen and Elliott don’t know that.

This is one of the laser pointers actually used in the final episode of Breaking Bad. It’s an iconic prop right from the set.

It will make a treasured part of any collection.

Just try not to scare people with it. OK?

$5,000
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193 Gus Fring’s Superlab Hazmat Suit

Gustavo Fring wore this heavy orange chemical protection suit in his superlab.

This is the very suit Gus wore. It’s two-piece and hefty — and nearly identical to one that Jesse Pinkman wore in the same lab.

This is the actual suit that Giancarlo Esposito, who played Gus, wore onscreen. Now you can bring it to your home.

$4,800
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67 Hello Kitty Phone

In a show filled with burner phones, this one is special.

It even sparks an exchange between Jesse Pinkman and Saul Goodman.

In the 11th episode of the final season, Jesse decides to take up Walter White’s offer and get a new identity. Saul is explaining the details of the deal, and reaches into a drawer to grab a cell phone, just in case Jesse needs one.

And he grabs this.

“Seriously?” Jesse says. “Hello Kitty?”

“Seriously it’s free,” Saul answers. “We got a beggars-choosers situation here, so stop busting my balls.”

The phone takes on even more significance when Walter dials the number and instead of Jesse picking it up, Hank does.

This is the actual, very recognizable telephone that Saul, Hank, and Jesse all handle during the final season of Breaking Bad, several times in close-up.

Because all three handled it — and because it’s Hello Kitty — this telephone is a one-of-a-kind piece with great history. 

Any fan will love this telephone.

 

$4,600
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20-j FINAL EPISODE Walter White’s Miraculous Stolen Car Key

This one is great.

In the final episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White is all alone in a car in snowy New Hampshire, trying to get it to start.

He messes around with a screwdriver and then flips up the sun visor.

And — presto! — out tumbles the key.

This is the very key that falls into Walt’s lap.

The key, on a white plastic “Narcotics Anonymous” keychain, was the answer to Walt’s prayer. It’s an important prop in the very last episode of Breaking Bad.

This is the actual key and keychain. Anyone who loves Breaking Bad will love this item.

$4,300
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122 Breaking Bad Eyeball

The pink Teddy bear that tumbled from a crashed airplane and into Walter White’s pool is one of the most iconic props in Breaking Bad.

The bear’s eyes are as iconic.

The eyeballs show up several times in Breaking Bad: In Season 3, Episode 1, Bryan Cranston’s character pulls one from his swimming pool filter. And in Season 4, Episode 1, Skyler finds it in a drawer.

The eyeballs, from the famous pink Teddy bear, are eerie and ominous and, in their own way, beautiful. They’re also an important part of Breaking Bad.

Any serious fan will recognize this key item from the Breaking Bad storyline.

You can keep it in a drawer if you’d like, but most likely you’ll want to display this bit of Breaking Bad history someplace a little more conspicuous.

Like your swimming pool.

On second thought, add it to your collection. That’s a perfect place for this unique item.

$4,300
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139 5000 ML Erlenmeyer Bulb

Breaking Bad wouldn’t be Breaking Bad without beakers, and this is the actual glassware that chemistry teacher-turned-drug kingpin Walter White used to cook his famous blue meth.

This 5,000 ml Erlenmeyer bulb flask, which Bryan Cranston’s character stole from his chemistry classroom, was used in several seasons of the Emmy-winning drama.

Nothing says Breaking Bad like this screen-used glassware, which will be an excellent addition to any collection.

$4,300
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14-c Jesse Pinkman’s Affliction Leather Jacket

A great leather jacket from Breaking Bads resident style icon, Jesse Pinkman.

Jesse, as played by Emmy winner Aaron Paul, wore this limited edition black Affliction leather jacket onscreen.

It’s a beautiful jacket that will make anyone look cooler.

Any Breaking Bad fan, any Jesse Pinkman fan, any Really Cool Leather Jacket fan will be thrilled to own this excellent jacket, straight from Jesse’s back.

$4,200
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40-b Pollos Hermanos Fry Batter Bucket – 4

Los Pollos Hermanos may have been the best drug front in all of New Mexico. The chicken restaurant, which bad guy Gustavo Fring ran, apparently served some mighty delicious chicken (even the guys over at the DEA loved the place), and the iconic logo made the place seem harmless.

The 2-gallon batter bucket were shown in several episodes of Breaking Bad. And they have the now-famous cartoon chickens. The lid is not included. And the “ingredients” listed are hilarious and kind of disgusting. OK: Very disgusting.

Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize this bucket, which will be a treasured addition to any collection.

$4,200
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40-d Pollos Hermanos Fry Batter Bucket – 2

Los Pollos Hermanos may have been the best drug front in all of New Mexico. The chicken restaurant, which bad guy Gustavo Fring ran, apparently served some mighty delicious chicken (even the guys over at the DEA loved the place), and the iconic logo made the place seem harmless.

The 2-gallon batter bucket were shown in several episodes of Breaking Bad. And they have the now-famous cartoon chickens. The lid is not included. And the “ingredients” listed are hilarious and kind of disgusting. OK: Very disgusting.

Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize this bucket, which will be a treasured addition to any collection.

$4,100
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254 Breaking Bad Disappearer’s Card

Best Quality Vacuum Repair is way more than a vacuum repair company.

It’s the front for Ed — the guy who helps people disappear on Breaking Bad.

In the 11th episode of Breaking Bads final season, Saul Goodman grabs a business card for the Disappearer.

This business card for the Disappearer.

We’re aware that “disappearer” isn’t a real word. But Ed isn’t a real guy.

This is a great Breaking Bad prop.

And just for the fun of it, call the number.

$4,100
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365 Thank You For Trying Carwash Sign

Early in Breaking Bad, Walter White had a humiliating second job at A1A Car Wash. But as the series went on, he bought the place as a way to launder cash.

This 3-by-3 foot sign thanking visitors for trying Albuquerque’s “best carwash” hung in the place.

Walter and Skyler White — played by Emmy winners Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn — spent plenty of time at A1A, and this sign, with its highly recognizable A1A logo, is an excellent piece of memorabilia from the famous car wash. It’s a nice, sturdy sign made of styrofoam.

It will be a great addition to any Breaking Bad fan’s home or business.

$4,100
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40 Pollos Hermanos Fry Batter Buckets

Los Pollos Hermanos may have been the best drug front in all of New Mexico. The chicken restaurant, which bad guy Gustavo Fring ran, apparently served some mighty delicious chicken (even the guys over at the DEA loved the place), and the iconic logo made the place seem harmless.

The 2-gallon batter bucket were shown in several episodes of Breaking Bad. And they have the now-famous cartoon chickens. The lid is not included. And the “ingredients” listed are hilarious and kind of disgusting. OK: Very disgusting.

Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize this bucket, which will be a treasured addition to any collection.

$4,000
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364 A1A Car Wash ‘Happy Cars’ Sign

Early in Breaking Bad, Walter White had a humiliating second job at A1A Car Wash. But as the series went on, he bought the place as a way to launder cash.

This 2-foot-4-inch by 1-foot-10-inch sign telling visitors that “Happy Cars” love A1A car wash hung in the business.

Walter and Skyler White — played by Emmy winners Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn — spent plenty of time at A1A, and this heavy cardboard sign is an excellent piece of memorabilia from the famous car wash.

It will be a great addition to any Breaking Bad fan’s home or business.

$4,000
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366 A1A Car Wash ‘You’ve Tried The Rest’ Sign

Early in Breaking Bad, Walter White had a humiliating second job at A1A Car Wash. But as the series went on, he bought the place as a way to launder cash.

This solid, styrofoam 2-foot-8-inch by 2-foot-8-inch “You’ve Tried The Rest Now Try The Best” sign hung in the place.

Walter and Skyler White — played by Emmy winners Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn — spent plenty of time at A1A, and this sign, with its highly recognizable A1A logo, is an excellent piece of memorabilia from the famous car wash.

It will be a great addition to any Breaking Bad fan’s home or business.

$4,000
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20-c Jesse Pinkman’s Leather Jacket

As Breaking Bad went on, Jesse Pinkman got a whole lot more money. And Jesse, always a stylish guy, got cooler threads.

Like this leather jacket.

The Jesse character, as played by Aaron Paul, wore this beautiful leather jacket onscreen. It’s a really nice jacket and a great piece of Breaking Bad.

Dress like Jesse. You know you want to.

 

$3,600
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259 Skyler White’s Sad Clown

In the 14th episode of Breaking Bad’s final season, we see a flashback of Skyler White packing up a statue of a clown that she has sold – online! – for $9.

That $9 clown is worth a whole lot more than 9 bucks, though.

This is it: The actual crying clown statue – in the box Skyler packed it in – from Breaking Bad.

A great little detail: the return address on the package has Skyler’s name.

Anna Gunn, who plays Skyler, just won an Emmy for the role. And she played Skyler excited for selling this ceramic statue, which received a nice chunk of screentime.

This clown statue is a great piece of Breaking Bad memorabilia and will make a welcome addition to any collection.

$3,600
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69 Bike Lock for Murder

Walter White felt bad for Krazy 8 for a little while — before he killed him with this bicycle lock in the first season of Breaking Bad.

Krazy 8’s murder marked a turning point for the legendary character. It was his first hands-on killing, and Walt was torn about carrying it out. He let Krazy 8, a violent meth dealer, languish in his basement, chained to a pole, for a few days while he pondered the ethics of offing the defenseless man.

And then he noticed that Krazy 8 wasn’t so defenseless.

So Walter White strangled him, using this bicycle lock — which actually belonged to Jesse Pinkman.

You can’t actually secure a bike with this. It’s rubber.

An important prop that, in its own way, propelled Walter into the killing business.

$3,400
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62 Cousins’ Axe

“The Cousins” — brothers Leonel and Marco Salamanca — were among the scariest, deadliest characters in all of Breaking Bad. And this is their signature prop.

The Season 3 bad guys, who were nephews of Hector “Tio” Salamanca, and cousins of Tuco, showed up at Walter White’s house with an axe.

The Cousins are hitmen for a Mexican drug cartel, and the axe is one of their weapons of choice.

This one is pure magic.

Although the Cousins could do all kinds of damage with it, you don’t have to worry. This one has a rubber head.

Nothing says the Cousins like an axe, and this is the very rubber one they used in Breaking Bad.

This axe, a signature Breaking Bad piece, will be a great part of any collection.

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192 Jesse Pinkman’s Superlab Hazmat Suit

Jesse Pinkman wore this heavy orange chemical protection suit while working in Gus Fring’s superlab.

This is the very suit Jesse wore. It’s two-piece and hefty — and nearly identical to Gus’s.

Jesse wore this distinctive hazmat suit onscreen.

Now you can bring it to your home.

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311 Small Pollos Hermanos Chicken Bucket

Los Pollos Hermanos is strangely beloved in the Breaking Bad universe.

On one hand, it’s a front for the murderous Gustavo Fring and his drug empire.

On the other hand, it’s a great chicken restaurant that even DEA agents enjoy.

Plus it has a comical — now iconic — logo.

This small paper chicken bucket, complete with cartoon chicken logo, was screen-used in Breaking Bad

It’s sure to make Breaking Bad fans smile, and will be a colorful and valuable addition to any collection.

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52 Walter White’s Hazmat Suit from Breaking Bad

One of the most iconic pieces of wardrobe in all of Breaking Bad, yellow suits protected Walter White and Jesse Pinkman from the toxic chemicals they used to cook methamphetamine in Season 1.

This Tyvek suit is especially important: The extremely recognizable item is one of the very hazmat suits that Walter, as played by Bryan Cranston, onscreen.

A must-have for any Breaking Bad fan.

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305 Breaking Bad Remote-Control Car

In the 10th episode of Breaking Bads final season, Walter White goes to see his brother-in-law, DEA Agent Hank Schrader, for a less-than-friendly visit.

As Walt and Hank face off — Hank has figured out that Walt is actually the drug kingpin and murderer known as Heisenberg — a kid plays with a remote-control Lamborghini in the background.

This is the actual yellow Lamborgini that was shown during the pivotal scene.

It’s a must-have for any serious Breaking Bad fan.

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126 Walter White’s Whiskey Glass

Right before Hank Schrader realizes that his brother-in-law, Walter White, is actually the murderous drug kingpin known as Heisenberg, the two have a drink together.

It’s Season 5, Episode 8, and Hank has been having a tough time, so he has a heart-to-heart with his brother-in-law.

Over glasses of Knob Creek, the two talk about life.

This is the actual glass that Walt sipped from in the episode.

While every Breaking Bad episode has important moments, this is the episode in which Hank realizes that Walt is the bad guy. It’s when Hank realizes his entire reality has changed.

This rocks glass is a great part of the show, and fans of Breaking Bad will love it.

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75 Jesse Pinkman’s Season 3 and 4 Watch

Here’s your chance to have Jesse Pinkman’s time on your hands.

Jesse favored Mossimo watches, and wore this one in Seasons 3 and 4.

The watch has a leather band and works well.

And Jesse, as played by Emmy winner Aaron Paul, wore it on Breaking Bad. Which makes it highly collectible and very cool.

Breaking Bad fans will love this watch.

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129 Walter White’s Silver Binoculars

The Walter White character, as played by Bryan Cranston, used these silver binoculars in Breaking Bad.

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149 Jesse Pinkman’s Sobriety Necklace

A one-of-a-kind item made exclusively for Breaking Bad.

For the briefest time, Jesse Pinkman was clean and sober.

He went to rehab, he went to Narcotics Anonymous meetings, he strung together a little bit of time.

In fact, he managed at least 45 days without using. We know because he has this necklace, marked “45 DAYS” on one side and “KEEP COMING BACK” on the other.

This necklace, which was precious to Jesse, offers some insight into Jesse, as played by Aaron Paul.

It’s evidence that the guy really struggles.

If an object can be poignant, this one is. It’s a glimpse into Jesse’s optimistic nature and a reminder of the young man’s difficult situation.

This 45 Day coin was made specially for Breaking Bad. It is a great, one-of-a-kind piece of memorabilia that was precious to Jesse and it will be important to any Breaking Bad fan.

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284 Walter White’s Box of Cash

An increasingly desperate Walter White calls his son from a bar in Episode 14 of Breaking Bad’s final season.

It’s a brutal, heartbreaking scene. Walter, dying from cancer, practically begs his son to accept a package of money he wants to send.

And Walter Jr., furious and betrayed, wants nothing to do with it.

In the episode, Bryan Cranston’s character packs about $100,000 into a box and plans to send it to his son’s friend, Louis.

This is the actual package from the show. Unfortunately, it’s not filled with money.

Or is it?

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Los Pollos Hermanos may have been the best drug front in all of New Mexico. The chicken restaurant, which bad guy Gustavo Fring ran, apparently served some mighty delicious chicken (even the guys over at the DEA loved the place), and the iconic logo made the place seem harmless.

The 2-gallon batter bucket were shown in several episodes of Breaking Bad. And they have the now-famous cartoon chickens. The lid is not included. And the “ingredients” listed are hilarious and kind of disgusting. OK: Very disgusting.

Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize this bucket, which will be a treasured addition to any collection.

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18-H Todd’s El Camino Double/Crash Vehicle

Todd Alquist is one of the most disturbing characters in Breaking Bad.

But he has kind of a sweet ride.

He drove a 1978 Chevrolet El Camino.

This is Todd’s double/crash vehicle. It was recently resurrected to match Todd’s car. Still, it has seen better days.

This car has a bad carburetor and front end and hood damage. It was customized for a specific shot.

It is sold as-is.

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52-b Breaking Bad Light Green Tyvek Suit

A great item direct from Breaking Bad!

This chemical protection suit was sorn onscreen in the Emmy-winning show, and will make a great addition to any collection.

Any Breaking Bad fan will love this item.

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136 Jesse Pinkman’s Roomba

This Roomba is funny enough when it’s tooling around Jesse Pinkman’s home on Breaking Bad, but it takes on an entirely new meaning when Walter White gets hold of it.

In Season 5, Episode 2, Walt hides what appears to be a vial of the deadly poison ricin in the Roomba — and pretends to “find” the poison later on.

Of course, it’s phony. Walt has hidden the poison elsewhere. But he looks like a hero for “finding” it.

This is the very Roomba robot vacuum cleaner that roamed Jesse’s carpets. It played an important part in Breaking Bad, and got some pretty significant screen time. And it works.

It has great appeal to Breaking Bad fans.

And it can be yours, exclusively at ScreenBid.

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55 DEA-Mug

Hank Schrader is Walter White’s brother-in-law — and a DEA agent. This mug, with the insignia of the Drug Enforcement Administration, is one of his.

Imagine drinking coffee out of this screen-used Breaking Bad mug.

Any true fan of the show would be happy to own this brown mug with gold lettering, direct from Hank’s workplace.

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270 Todd and Lydia’s Sugar Caddy

By definition, any scene with Todd Ahlquist is creepy.

So in the 15th episode of Breaking Bad’s final season, it’s creepy when Todd meets with Lydia at the diner.

This sugar caddy was on Todd’s table during that conversation.

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407 FINAL EPISODE Walter White’s Final Ammunition Case

In the final episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White plots his revenge.

And part of that revenge has to do with ammunition.

Lots and lots of ammunition.

This is one of the actual boxes of ammo Walter used in the climactic scene of Breaking Bad.

It is an important, screen-used item from one of the most important scenes in the entire series, and is a must for serious collectors.

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416 FINAL EPISODE Walter White’s Screwdriver

In the final episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White is all alone in a car in snowy New Hampshire, trying to get it to start.

He uses this screwdriver to try and get it going.

The screwdriver doesn’t help him, but Walt manages to escape.

This is the actual screwdriver that the legendary character used in that memorable scene in Breaking Bad.

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56 Jesse Pinkman’s Gold Fist

Jesse Pinkman may be the most likable bad guy in Breaking Bad. Sure, he kills people. And sure he he helps Walter White cook methamphetamine.

But at heart, he’s a good guy.

And you can be a little like him — the good guy part, not the meth-cooking murderer part. This gold-colored plastic fist comes directly from Jesse’s car — check out the picture. You don’t have to put it in your car, though. It’s a great item that “says” Jesse, and it will be a treasured addition to the home or office of any Breaking Bad fan.

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137 Breaking Bad Double Necked Bulb Flask

Breaking Bad wouldn’t be Breaking Bad without glassware, and this is the actual, iconic glassware that chemistry teacher-turned-drug kingpin Walter White used to cook his famous blue meth.

This is a screen-used double-necked bulb flask, which Bryan Cranston’s character used in several seasons of the Emmy-winning drama.

Nothing says Breaking Bad like this screen-used glassware, which will be an excellent addition to any collection.

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157 Lydia’s Lipstick-Smudged Mug

The mug that Lydia Rodarte Quayle sipped from in Episode 13 of Breaking Bad’s final season may be one of the creepiest items in the history of the show.

It’s  not that there’s anything weird about the mug, which has the words “These Colors Don’t Run” on it.

It’s what Todd does with the mug.

Lydia, an executive at the evil Madrigal Electromotive GmbH – owner of Los Pollos Hermanos and a drug front – has asked Todd to help arrange some murders.

And when she leaves, Todd picks up the mug and drinks from it, being sure to place his lips on the very spot where Lydia’s lipstick has smudged.

It’s a disturbing sort of kiss that offers insight into Todd – as if he weren’t already creepy enough.

This is the actual mug, complete with smudged lipstick, that Lydia and Todd drank from.

It’s a great piece – but one you may not want to drink from.

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261 Ed’s Breaking Bad Chemotherapy Box

By the second-to-the-last episode of Breaking Bad, Walt is more isolated than ever. He’s alone in a cabin in New Hampshire, depending on the stranger who helped him disappear to bring him his chemotherapy drugs.

The Disappearing Man brings Walt’s meds in this plastic box. Inside: A “self-administration guide for intravenous injection.” It also contains some gauze pads, some sanitizing wipes and a “Chemo Bio-Wipe Bag.”

This screen-used box says a lot about Bryan Cranston’s legendary character.

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291 Walter White’s Khakis

Walter White is known for his high-quality methamphetamine, for his brutality . . . and for his khakis.

Breaking Bads best meth cook wore Dockers.

These Dockers.

The legendary character Walter White, as played by Bryan Cranston, wore this pair of khakis onscreen.

We suggest you wear them with tighty-whities. But that’s up to you.

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404 A1A Car Wash Cash Register

The A1A Car Wash may have been a front for a drug operation, but it was still a working car wash.

And you can’t have a working ar wash without a working cash register.

This is the actual cash register used in Breaking Bads favorite car wash.

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232 Walter White’s Shoes

They say you can’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.

So get ready to judge Walter White. These are his shoes.

The legendary Breaking Bad character wore these shoes onscreen.

They’re a great piece from Breaking Bads central character.

Get ’em. Walk in ’em — or put ’em on display — and prepare to judge.

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245 Gustavo Fring’s Corduroy Suit

In a great and chilling Breaking Bad flashback scene, Gustavo Fring and his good friend, Max Arciniega, visit Don Eladio to try and convince the cartel leader to distribute their methamphetamine.

It goes badly.

Don Eladio has his henchman, Hector Salamanca, kill Max while Gus watches.

All kinds of consequences pour out of the encounter.

Why do we tell you this? Because Gus wore this 3-piece corduroy suit for his meeting.

It’s extremely recognizable — brown 3-piece corduroy is that way — and appeared in one of the most pivotal scenes in Breaking Bad.

A great piece that any Breaking Bad fan would be delighted to own.

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252-b Jesse Pinkman’s Season 3 and 4 Mossimo Watch

Now you can have Jesse Pinkman’s time on your hands.

This is the Mossimo watch Jesse wore in the first three seasons of Breaking Bad. He switched to a different style Mossimo in Seasons 3 and 4.

Jesse, as played by Emmy winner Aaron Paul, wore this watch onscreen.

Breaking Bad fans will love this watch.

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253 Jar with Todd’s Tarantula

Breaking Bad is filled with brutal killings, but Drew Sharp’s may be the worst. This rubber tarantula is connected to that murder.

Drew Sharp — great name, isn’t it? — is the young boy who riding his dirtbike in the desert at just the wrong time in the fifth episode of the fifth season of Breaking Bad.

The kid notices a tarantula, so he picks it up and puts it in this jar. But then he’s distracted by the sound of a train, so he goes to investigate.

Unfortunately, he sees some stuff that he shouldn’t, and Todd Alquist shoots him.
And Todd keeps the tarantula.

This tarantula.

The scene was shot a few times, and this is one of the rubber tarantulas used in shooting it.

The screen-used rubber tarantula and the jar have connections to Drew’s innocence and to Walter and Todd’s coldness.

You can own this important part of the Breaking Bad story exclusively at ScreenBid.
 

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402 Gustavo Fring’s Superlab Key

You don’t just leave a superlab unattended. At least not without locking it up.

And Gustavo Fring locked his superlab with this very key.

This screen-used key opened one of the fanciest methamphetamine labs anywhere. And it was used by one of the slickest drug distributors anywhere.

This Breaking Bad item, direct from Gustavo Fring, is a great piece of memorabilia that will immediately become a valued part of any collection.

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406 FINAL EPISODE Walter White’s Final Ammo Case

A great piece from the very last episode of Breaking Bad.

In that final episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White plots his revenge.

And part of that revenge has to do with ammunition.

Lots and lots of ammunition.

This is one of the actual boxes of ammo Walter used in the climactic scene of Breaking Bad.

It is an important, screen-used item from one of the most important scenes in the entire series, and is a must for serious collectors.

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9-c Walter White’s ‘Baby Holly’ Note

One of the most heartbreaking, poignant scenes in all of Breaking Bad is in Episode 14 of the final season, when Walt leaves his daughter, Holly, at a fire station.

He pins this note to his infant daughter, telling firefighters where little Holly belongs.

This note, which reads, “308 Negra Arroyo Ln, Albq. NM 87104,” and has the little girl’s name, is vitally important because it is one of the final reminders that Walt still has a shred – maybe only a shred – of humanity left.

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43 Breaking Bad Skeleton

There’s plenty to love about this skeleton.

First, it’s a full-sized skeleton.

Not enough? How’s this: It’s Walter White’s full-sized skeleton.

Before Walt was a drug kingpin, he was a high school science teacher, and this skeleton was in his classroom. This screen-used skeleton is a rare item from before Walt’s outlaw days.

It’s a highly collectible — and very cool — piece of memorabilia. And it’s available only at ScreenBid.

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53 Jesse Pinkman’s Hazmat Suit from Breaking Bad

Early in Breaking Bad, Walter White and Jesse Pinkman wore yellow hazmat suits to protect them while cooking methamphetamine. But as the series goes on, they wear seafoam green chemial protection suits, as well. This is one of them.

The character Jesse, as played by Emmy winner Aaron Paul, wore this very suit — a rare and collectible item — onscreen in Breaking Bad. It will make a great part of any collection and is available only at ScreenBid.

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141 4000 ML Filter Flask

Breaking Bad wouldn’t be Breaking Bad without flasks, and this is the actual glassware that chemistry teacher-turned-drug kingpin Walter White used to cook his famous blue meth.

This 4,000 ml Filter Flask, which Bryan Cranston’s character stole from his chemistry classroom, was used in several seasons of the Emmy-winning drama and is made by Pyrex.

Nothing says Breaking Bad like this screen-used glassware, which will be an excellent addition to any collection.

(Orange liquid not included)

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306 Shot Glasses from Don Eladio’s Hacienda

It’s probably not a good idea to do shots with Don Eladio, considering what happened the last time the Breaking Bad drug cartel leader knocked back some tequila.

These are two of the shot glasses used in the pivotal scene that led to Don Eladio’s demise.

ScreenBid is offering two sets of two of these screen-used shot glasses.

Display ’em or drink out of ’em.

But if you drink out of them, be sure you know what’s being poured.

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307 Don Eladio Tequila Glasses

It’s probably not a good idea to do shots with Don Eladio, considering what happened the last time the Breaking Bad drug cartel leader knocked back some tequila.

These are two of the shot glasses used in the pivotal scene that led to Don Eladio’s demise.

ScreenBid is offering two sets of two of these screen-used shot glasses.

Display ’em or drink out of ’em.

But if you drink out of them, be sure you know what’s being poured.

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413 Walter White’s Break-In Crowbar

Oh, this one is good!

In the ninth episode of Breaking Bads final season, Walter White uses a crowbar to break into his old house.

This is the crowbar.

It’s screen-used by the legendary character.

This crowbar, direct from Walter White, is sure to become a treasured part of any collection.

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435 Double-Necked Guitar

As it turns out, Skinny Pete is quite a guitar player.

In a Breaking Bad webisode, Jesse’s band plays some music.

And the band uses this double-necked guitar.

He also played guitar in Hazard Pay.

This is a screen-used double-neck guitar by B.C. Rich.

It comes with a beautiful case — and some guitar picks.

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289 Jesse Pinkman’s Henley

You definitely don’t want to live like Jesse Pinkman. But you might want to dress like him.

And you can.

The character of Jesse, as played by Aaron Paul on Breaking Bad, has turned into a style icon.

And he wore this henley, a black and gray long-sleeve shirt, on screen.

It’s large and from the company Dravus.

Any Breaking Bad fan — and certainly any Jesse fan — will be thrilled to own this henley.

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63 Hank’s Rose Quartz

Don’t call this treasured piece of Hank Schrader’s collection a “rock.” Hank wouldn’t like that.

In Season 4, Hank is bedridden after being attacked by The Cousins — a pair of hitman brothers who are Tuco Salamanca’s cousins.

To keep himself occupied, the DEA agent character, as played by Dean Norris, takes to collecting minerals. And he gets annoyed when people call his treasured minerals his “rock collection.”

Hank loves his minerals, and spends hours looking at them and enjoying them. This is one of the very minerals from Hank’s collection.

This is a true collector’s item — from Hank’s actual collection. Hank loved it, and you can, too.

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70 Jesse Pinkman’s Fuzzy Dice

Of course Jesse Pinkman dangled fuzzy dice from his rearview mirror.

And these are the actual dice.

Jesse’s car was packed with all kinds of decorations. But nothing stuck out more than these fuzzy dice.

These red fuzzy dice will put a little bit of Jesse in any car — or any interior.

They “say” Jesse, and any real fan of Breaking Bad will love to own them.

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116 Los Pollos Hermanos ‘Jill’ Name Tag

At Los Pollos Hermanos, Gus Fring is the kindly, efficient fast food manager. Of course, he’s really a murderous drug lord, but he knows the importance of a front.
Los Pollos is his.

It’s also one of the best chicken places in town. Even DEA agents eat there.
Of course, fast food places employ a lot of people. And Los Pollos Hermanos is no exception.

This name tag, complete with the iconic cartoon Los Pollos logo, belonged to Jill, a Los Pollos employee.

This screen-used name tag is available exclusively at ScreenBid. Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize it and like it a whole lot. If the fan’s name is Jill, it’s even better.

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130 Walter White’s GPS Tracker

Walter White has a scary moment with a GPS device in Breaking Bads fourth season, when his brother-in-law has him stick a tracker on drug trafficker Gus Fring’s Volvo.

But the incident shows the character the value of the GPS.

Later, he uses one himself.

This is the actual GPS tracker that Walter White used. It’s a little bit of Walter, and it can be yours exclusively at ScreenBid.

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138 500 ML Bulb Flask

Breaking Bad wouldn’t be Breaking Bad without beakers, and this is the actual glassware that chemistry teacher-turned-drug kingpin Walter White used to cook his famous blue meth.

This 500 ml bulb flask, which Bryan Cranston’s character stole from his chemistry classroom, was used in several seasons of the Emmy-winning drama.

Nothing says Breaking Bad like this screen-used glassware, which will be an excellent addition to any collection.

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152 Walter White’s Holster

Walter White is a dangerous guy.

And like many dangerous guys, he deals with other dangerous guys.

So the Breaking Bad star bought a handgun. And he carried it in this holster.

This screen-used holster is direct from the toughest drug kingpin around.

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301 Jesse Pinkman White Hazmat Suit

Only amateurs cook methamphetamine without protecting themselves from the nasty chemicals involved, and Jesse Pinkman was no amateur.

The Breaking Bad character Jesse Pinkman, as played by Emmy winner Aaron Paul, wore this very white hazmat suit onscreen.

It’s an iconic piece of wardrobe from one of the best television shows ever, and a must-have for Breaking Bad fans.

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408 FINAL EPISODE Gretchen and Elliott Schwartz’s Cutting Board

Gretchen and Elliott Schwartz had a nice house. Even Walter White sid so.

In the final episode of Breaking Bad, Gretchen and Elliott Schwartz return home to what they figure will be a nice evening — some wine, some snacks, some snuggling by the fireplace.

But Walter has other plans.

Their former friend is waiting at their lovely new home with a chore for them.

This is the very cutting board they were using before they realized Walter was waiting.

It’s actually a really nice cutting board, and it’s a great piece of Breaking Bad memorabilia.

Show that you have excellent taste — just like Gretchen and Elliott — with this beautiful cutting board.

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58 Hank Schrader’s GPS Tracker

This GPS tracker is an important item in Breaking Bads fourth season, and its significance only grows as the series goes on.

Before Hank Schrader realizes that his brother-in-law, Walter White, is the drug kingpin known as Heisenberg, he puts him on a mission.

The two drive to Los Pollos Hermanos — the fast food restaurant operated by Gustavo Fring. There, Hank asks Walt to plant this GPS device on Gus’s Volvo.

It’s tricky business. If Gus finds out, Walt could end up dead. But he can’t turn down his brother-in-law’s request.

This is the actual tracker that Hank hands Walt.

Why is it important later in the series? Well, Hank uses GPS technology to his advantage.

Hank Schrader and Walter White both handle this tracker, an important piece that helps propel the Breaking Bad storyline. Now, you can, too.

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119 Los Pollos Hermanos ‘Lucy’ Name Tag

At Los Pollos Hermanos, Gus Fring is the kindly, efficient fast food manager. Of course, he’s really a murderous drug lord, but he knows the importance of a front.
Los Pollos is his.

It’s also one of the best chicken places in town. Even DEA agents eat there.
Of course, fast food places employ a lot of people. And Los Pollos Hermanos is no exception.

This name tag, complete with the iconic cartoon Los Pollos logo, belonged to Lucy, a Los Pollos employee.

This screen-used name tag is available exclusively at ScreenBid. Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize it and like it a whole lot. If the fan’s name is Lucy, it’s even better.

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120 Los Pollos Hermanos ‘Trina’ Name Tag

At Los Pollos Hermanos, Gus Fring is the kindly, efficient fast food manager. Of course, he’s really a murderous drug lord, but he knows the importance of a front.
Los Pollos is his.

It’s also one of the best chicken places in town. Even DEA agents eat there.
Of course, fast food places employ a lot of people. And Los Pollos Hermanos is no exception.

This name tag, complete with the iconic cartoon Los Pollos logo, belonged to Trina, a Los Pollos employee.

This screen-used name tag is available exclusively at ScreenBid. Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize it and like it a whole lot. If the fan’s name is Trina, it’s even better.

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121 Los Pollos Hermanos ‘Pat’ Name Tag

At Los Pollos Hermanos, Gus Fring is the kindly, efficient fast food manager. Of course, he’s really a murderous drug lord, but he knows the importance of a front.
Los Pollos is his.

It’s also one of the best chicken places in town. Even DEA agents eat there.
Of course, fast food places employ a lot of people. And Los Pollos Hermanos is no exception.

This name tag, complete with the iconic cartoon Los Pollos logo, belonged to Pat, a Los Pollos employee.

This screen-used name tag is available exclusively at ScreenBid. Any Breaking Bad fan will recognize it and like it a whole lot. If the fan’s name is Pat, it’s even better.

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132 Walter White’s Small Silver Flashlight

Walter White used this small LED flashlight onscreen in Breaking Bad.

It’s a great little piece of memorabilia that’s both functional and, to Breaking Bad fans, valuable.

This screen-used flashlight, a personal item from Walter White himself, would make a great addition to any collection.

Now, you can shine the same light as the legendary character.

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153 Patron Saint of Drug Dealers

This statue of the Patron Saint of Drug Dealers sat on DEA Agent Hank Schrader’s desk in Breaking Bad.

Jesus Malverde is not recognized by the Church as a saint, but in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, some celebrate him as a folk saint.

Hank kept the statue on his desk in El Paso.

It’s a terrific piece with an interesting back story. It will make a great addition to any collection.

 

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239 Walter White’s Sony Handycam

In the Breaking Bad pilot, Walter White films himself confessing to a bunch of crimes.

The camera he used in the pilot was unavailable after that first episode, so producers used this replica of it in subsequent episodes of the first season.

Walt’s Sony Handycam is a great piece of memorabilia, sure to be a valued part of any collection.

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382 Skinny Pete’s Knit Cap

A rare piece of memorabilia from Skinny Pete!

Skinny Pete, along with his friend Badger, takes on a vital role in the final episode of Breaking Bad. He’s a friend of Jesse Pinkman’s and although he is a recognizable part of the show, there is little memorabilia from his character.

But there is this screen-used knit cap.

It’s a great find and a must-have for Breaking Bad fans.

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16-d Skyler White’s Other ‘Stab Walt’ Knife

Breaking Bad is filled with disturbing scenes, but one of the most shocking comes in the 14th episode of the final season, when Skyler White goes after Walter White with a knife.

This is one of the actual rubber knives used onscreen in the Walter White-Skyler White knife fight.

It’s a great, great piece from one of the most pivotal scenes in the entire series.

Any Breaking Bad fan would love to have this rubber knife – complete with “blood” stain.

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59 Jesse Pinkman’s Skull Necklace

Jesse Pinkman may be the most likable character in Breaking Bad. Sure, he kills people. And yeah, he he helps Walter White cook methamphetamine.

But at heart, he’s a good guy.

And you can be a little like him — the good guy part, not the meth-cooking murderer part. This necklace comes directly from the rearview mirror of Jesse’s car. You don’t have to put it in your car, though. It’s a great item that “says” Jesse. Hang it around your neck or — maybe better — keep it in your home or office. It’s certain to be a treasured addition to the home or office of any Breaking Bad fan.

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