These 10 Mad Men Items (That You Can Now Buy) Are Instant Conversation Starters

By March 23, 2018 No Comments

Mad Men is one of the best television shows of all time that’s respected for both its incredible acting and story as well as its portrayal of the 1960’s. And now you’ll be able to respect Mad Men in your own home.

Here at Screenbid, we’re auctioning off tons of props and items straight from the Mad Men set. These include anything from 1960’s furniture to era-appropriate office supplies to items lovers of the show would die to own.

While there are plenty of items worth getting, here are 10 of our favorites. You can view all of our Mad Men items right here.

Don Draper’s Night Stands

At the beginning of season four, Don Draper moves out of his family home to a bachelor pad in the city. So why not furnish your own bachelor pad with these night stands that were good enough for Mr. Draper?

Peggy Olson’s Office Couch

Peggy Olson often found the creatives of the SCDP offices hanging out on the couch of her apartment. So now you can act like Stan Rizzo while sitting on the very same sofa!

Pete Campbell’s Abstract Painting

After being thrown out by his wife, Pete Campbell rents a bachelor pad in New York. And he furnishes his apartment with this cool abstract painting that really shows off the styles of the era.

Don Draper’s Cigarette Holder

People may not smoke quite as frequently as they did back in the 1960’s, but this cigarette holder modeled after a roulette wheel could be used to store anything. And it just looks so freaking cool!

Don Draper’s Box of Secrets

In the show, we find out the man we know as “Don Draper” is actually Dick Whitman, who assumed the identity of his deceased commanding officer in the Korean War. This box was how we learned this incredible twist about one of our favorite characters.

Don Draper’s Purple Heart

On the show, Don Draper won a Purple Heart for his service in Korea. Of course, we know “Don Draper” is actually Dick Whitman, but that’s another story.

Don Draper’s 1964 Chrysler Imperial

In a season four episode of the show, Don went down to California in style with this 1964 Chrysler Imperial convertible. If you want to look as cool as Don, this is the best way to go.

Don Draper’s Office TV

It’s not longer appropriate to drink tons of alcohol in your office, but there is one way you can still imitate Don Draper: with his TV. This is the actual 1960’s television featured in Draper’s office. Perfect for a little break at work.

SCDP Office Sign

Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce was the name of the ad agency created by several of the characters during the middle of the show’s run. Why not honor that bold move with this sign from the SCDP offices?

SCDP Floor Plans

When Don, Roger and the gang made SCDP, they couldn’t just put it in any old office space. They created an elaborate floor plan for their new advertising empire, which you can see right here.

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