25 June 2008,
Price realised USD 4,000
USD 800 - USD 1,200
Complete costume worn by the character Tony Soprano played by actor James Gandolfini in HBO's award winning series The Sopranos. Mr. Gandolfini wore the costume in "Rat Pack" (Season 5, Episode 2) during the scene where Tony chastises Tony Blundetto outside of Satriale's Meat Market for bringing his massage equipment into the business and showing him disrespect in front of the rest of the crew. The costume wardrobe consists of a multicolored geometric Burma Bibas short sleeve shirt, white athletic tank top, dark brown pleated Slates pants, gold toe socks, and a pair of Allen Edmonds brown loafers. All items are in excellent screen worn condition with the original costumer's tags attached and are accompanied by a letter of authenticity. This costume was displayed at The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising's "Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design" Exhibition, featuring the work of Juliet Polcsa, who was the main costume designer on the show from 1999-2007.
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