25 June 2008
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Costume worn by the character Tony Soprano portrayed by actor James Gandolfini in HBO's award winning series The Sopranos. The costume consists of a taupe herringbone sportscoat by Camelias, a black long sleeve dress shirt by Ike Behar, a Platinum Designs black and orange striped and square print tie, and a pair of Allen Edmonds black leather dress shoes. Mr. Gandolfini wore the outfit in "Kennedy and Heidi" (Season 6 Part II, Episode 6) in the scene where Chris and Tony meet with Phil Leotardo at the docks, and more notably in the following sequence where Chris and Tony are driving home to New Jersey at night and Chris loses control of his car before flipping it and rolling down an embankment. Tony then suffocates Chris. The sportscoat has an interior label that reads "Exclusively Tailored For Tony Soprano". All garments are in excellent screen worn condition and are accompanied by a letter of authenticity issued by James Gandolfini.
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