Published: Jun 29, 2008
James Gandolfini's Sopranos Wardrobe Sells For $187,750
by Staff

Actor James Gandolfini has sold his The Sopranos wardrobe for $187,750 at a charity auction in New York.

Twenty-five outfits worn by his iconic character Tony Soprano went under the hammer at a Christie's auction - with all proceeds going to Wounded Warrior Project, a charity that aids injured soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Other items auctioned included Janis Joplin's mugshot, poems handwritten by late rocker Jim Morrison, and a cane owned by Elvis Presley, which has a brass eagle top that can be removed to reveal a hidden dagger. (c) WENN

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