The wardrobe worn by actor James Gandolfini as crime figure 'Tony Soprano' from hit TV series "The Sopranos" sold for $187,750.
Gandolfini, who played the character for six seasons over 8 1/2 years, sold his personal costume wardrobe in 25 lots at Christie's 'pop culture' auction, with all proceeds going to Wounded Warrier, a charity that helps US troops.
The top item was the bloody outfit worn when Tony was shot at the beginning of season six by 'Uncle Junior' in a fit of dementia. The outfit sold for $43,750.
Gandolfini was at the auction to see Soprano's signature white tank top, light blue striped boxer shorts, striped short robe and leather scuffs go under the hammer for $21,250.
Another robe fetched $13,750, while the blue shirt worn in the opening credits of the series also sold for the same amount...