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Fans of Breaking Bad spent nearly $1 million on memorabilia from the show.
According to Variety, 337 items from the show were sold on ScreenBid. The auction for the various pieces of memorabilia went live immediately following the show's finale.
Walter White's infamous tighty whiteys fetched $9,900 on the website.
ScreenBid co-founder said, "We've been floored by some of these prices."
A copy of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass that's inscribed and was a crucial part of the latter part of the series was sold to "bbadfan101" for a whopping $65,000.
CBS News reports that some of the memorabilia that was auctioned off currently sits in the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens. They will be sent to the winning bidders at the end of the month.
Other items that were sold include Hector "Tio" Salamanca's bell for $26,750; the pink teddy bear went for $23,250; and Tuco's grill sold for $20,000. The bear's eyeball was even up for sale and was won for $7,000.
Items not put up for auction were Walt's black hat and their RV, which Sony plans to use for studio tours.