By Jake Meeus-Jones via SWNS
Nearly 300 original props from "Better Call Saul" are set to be auctioned - including Chuck's space blanket and Jimmy's "2nd best lawyer" cup.
The sequel to "Breaking Bad" follows the story of small-time attorney, Jimmy McGill, before he transforms in to Walter White's morally challenged lawyer, Saul Goodman.
The auction - held by Propstore - is selling props from all six seasons of the spin off show.
Saul Goodman's briefcase has a bid of $26,000 while Hector Salamanca's bell is on $11,000.
A Los Pollos Hermanos fan has bid $3,250 for Gus Fring's infamous yellow shirt, while electricity-fearing Chuck's journal and space blanket is on $2,250 after 28 bids.
Jimmy's "World's 2nd Best Lawyer" mug - gifted to him by Kim - is currently at $1,700.
Not all the props come at such a hefty price.
A number of Saul Goodman's Press 1 Burner Phones are up for auction, with bids between $500 and $800.
In series five the crooked lawyer hosts a promotional event in a pop-up tent, giving away the burner phones, with his number pre-programmed as the first button.
Other items from the 294-strong list include Marco Salamanca's skull tip boots which are currently fetching $3,250.
Chuck Costas, VP of business development and marketing for Propstore, said: “For six seasons now, we’ve watched the evolution of ‘Slippin’ Jimmy’ McGill into the smooth-talking cartel lawyer that we first met on 'Breaking Bad,' Saul Goodman.
"It’s been an incredible story that’s been intertwined with fan-favorites like Gus Fring, Hector Salamanca, and Mike Ehrmantraut and the series has also introduced us to new amazing characters like Kim Wexler, Chuck McGill, Howard Hamlin, Nacho Varga, and Lalo Salamanca.
"Propstore is proud to be hosting this auction event to allow fans an opportunity to take home an authentic piece from this classic television series for their collection."
The auction went live online on August 18 and is set to run until September 1.
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