On a trip to Los Angeles in the show’s fourth season, Don drove this awesome 1964 Chrysler Imperial convertible. This car is just as stylish today as it was over 50 years ago.
Pete and Trudy Campbell’s Dining Room Art
Pete and Trudy Campbell were obsessed with making their apartment as modern as they could. (Modern by 1960’s standards, that is.) These paintings looked good back then, and they still look good now.
SCDP Office Sign
Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce was the revolutionary agency started by Don and the gang in the middle of the show’s run. This sign was featured in their office’s fancy Manhattan lobby.
Don Draper’s Box of Secrets
In the first season, we find out that Don Draper’s real name is Dick Whitman. This box contains all the secrets that reveal Don’s true origins that he hid for years.
Don Draper’s Roulette Wheel Cigarette Holder (Rubber Prop)
Whether you’re a smoker or not, this roulette wheel cigarette holder is still an awesome decoration. And frankly, it screams “1960’s!” more than any other item in this auction.
Pete Campbell’s Blue Abstract Painting
The 1960’s were an amazing time for art, particularly when it comes to abstract paintings. This painting featured in Pete Campbell’s office is both a cool piece of culture as well as a cool piece of Mad Men memorabilia.
SC&P West Horse Sculpture
In the final season of the show, the cast of the show briefly opened a West Coast office of their ad agency in LA. And this awesome horse sculpture was what they used to decorate their temporary office.
Colorful Glass Set and Tray
Many props on a TV set cannot be used in real life. But that’s not true of these colorful glasses. You can serve up you guests some glasses of lemonade and then brag that they were featured on one of the greatest TV shows of all time.
1960’s Entertainment Center
“Retro” is cool nowadays, and nothing screams nostalgia more than this 1960’s entertainment center straight from the Mad Men set. The screen resolution may not be 4K, but it will still impress your friends.
Peggy Olson’s Office Couch
Anyone who watched Mad Men knows the cast spent as much time hanging out and drinking as they did working at the office. So why not spend your leisure time on the same couch used in Peggy Olson’s office?
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!