We are all huge fans of Breaking Bad. Honestly, who isn’t? Now you can own a piece of the greatest drama on tv today. There is an auction taking place at ScreenBid.com from August 29 to October 8 where you can bid on 267 props from the show. Some of them are extremely lame, like Marie’s purple coffee mug. Who wants to be reminded of her every morning, anyway? But others are definitely iconic, like Tuco’s grill that Hank threw in the river. However, none of them are light on the wallet. We pulled together 10 that we would buy if we had the money. You can see them all here.
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The pink Teddy bear that tumbled from a crashed airplane and into Walter White’s pool is one of the most iconic props in Breaking Bad.
The bear’s eyes are as iconic.
The eyeballs show up several times in Breaking Bad: In Season 3, Episode 1, Bryan Cranston's character pulls one from his swimming pool filter. And in Season 4, Episode 1, Skyler finds it in a drawer.
The eyeballs, from the famous pink Teddy bear, are eerie and ominous and, in their own way, beautiful. They’re also an important part of Breaking Bad.
Any serious fan will recognize this key item from the Breaking Bad storyline.
You can keep it in a drawer if you’d like, but most likely you’ll want to display this bit of Breaking Bad history someplace a little more conspicuous.
Like your swimming pool.
On second thought, add it to your collection. That's a perfect place for this unique item.
"The Cousins" -- brothers Leonel and Marco Salamanca -- were among the scariest, deadliest characters in all of Breaking Bad. And this is their signature prop.
The Season 3 bad guys, who were nephews of Hector "Tio" Salamanca, and cousins of Tuco, showed up at Walter White's house with an axe.
The Cousins are hitmen for a Mexican drug cartel, and the axe is one of their weapons of choice.
This one is pure magic.
Although the Cousins could do all kinds of damage with it, you don't have to worry. This one has a rubber head.
Nothing says the Cousins like an axe, and this is the very rubber one they used in Breaking Bad.
This axe, a signature Breaking Bad piece, will be a great part of any collection.
Early in Breaking Bad, Walter White and Jesse Pinkman wore yellow hazmat suits to protect them while cooking methamphetamine. But as the series goes on, they wear seafoam green chemial protection suits, as well. This is one of them.
Emmy winner Aaron Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman, wore this very suit -- a rare and collectible item -- onscreen in Breaking Bad. It will make a great part of any collection and is available only at ScreenBid.
One of the most iconic pieces of wardrobe in all of Breaking Bad, yellow suits protected Walter White and Jesse Pinkman from the toxic chemicals they used to cook methamphetamine in Season 1. This Tyvek suit is especially important: The extremely recognizable item is one of the very hazmat suits that Bryan Cranston wore onscreen.
Walter White is a brutal guy, and this Lily of the Valley plant is proof of just how heartless he can be.
The plant is central to the Fourth Season, and Walt uses it to poison a young boy. The final image of the season's last show is a shot of this very potted plant, which is in Walter White's backyard.
This is the actual artificial plant, complete with pot and "Lily of the Valley" marker, that was used on the show. Breaking Bad fans will instantly recognize this important prop. And because it's artificial, it can't poison anyone.
But it can impress anybody who follows Breaking Bad.
This pink teddy bear is one of the most recognizable props in all of Breaking Bad.
The bear, custom-built for the show, is seen in numerous episodes, ultimately tumbling from the wreckage of an airplane and falling into Walter White’s swimming pool. ScreenBid is offering two screen-used bears – one with eyes, one without.
Any Breaking Bad fan will immediately recognize this iconic bear, which plays an important role in the series. It will be a treasured part of any collection.
Walter White and Jesse Pinkman don’t know what to make of Tuco Salamanca’s uncle, Hector. The old man is wheelchair-bound and can’t speak, and Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s characters don’t even know if he is aware of what’s going on around him.
But there’s more to “Tio” than meets the eye. That becomes clear when he starts ringing a brass bell – this brass bell – attached to his chair. The bell is Tio’s voice. It’s a little charred from an explosion, but it rings as clearly as it did when Tio tapped on it.
This iconic, one-of-a-kind bell is direct from the Breaking Bad set, and will bring the sound of Breaking Bad anywhere it goes. A beautiful, recognizable, and unique piece that can be yours only through ScreenBid.
Breaking Bad is full of recognizable vehicles -- an Aztek, a big Jeep, a blue Volkswagen -- Jesse Pinkman's Toyota stands out.
It's quintessentially Jesse:Not at all self-conscious and sort of battered.
And very recognizable.
Breaking Bad fans will love this car -- the actual vehicle Aaron Paul's character drove in the series.
It's a 1986 Tercel TDX that runs and drives. The paint is faded and the interior has been affected by age. It has logged about 181,500 miles and is sold as-is.
Put yourself behind Jesse's wheel and start calling people names. You know what to call 'em.
Hector “Tio” Salamanca has a bad start with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. The mute old man confined to a wheelchair sees Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s characters attempt to poison his nephew, Tuco, and he stops the plot by ringing a brass bell attached to his chair and then knocking the poison burrito off a table.
But later, the old man comes through, killing Gus Fring – and himself – in one of the best explosions in television history.
This is the actual wheelchair Tio was sitting in at the time of the explosion. It’s a little damaged – OK, it’s a lot damaged – but it was in a big explosion. The one-of-a-kind chair, a critical prop in Breaking Bad, is oddly beautiful. Like a sculpture. Really.
Early in the show's first season, the violent, drug-addicted meth distributor beat one of his own men to death in front of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. As famous as Tuco was for his volatility, he was just as famous for his grill – the jeweled cap he wore over his front teeth.
In fact, the second episode of the second season is called “Grilled,” just for Tuco. Unfortunately for Tuco, the episode was the bad guy's last appearance on Breaking Bad, because in it, DEA Agent Hank Schrader shoots him to death.
Later in the season, Hank’s DEA colleagues give him Tuco’s grill, encased in Lucite, as a souvenir. The grill, in Lucite, is among the most famous props in all of Breaking Bad. This iconic, screen-used grill will immediately become one of the most treasured pieces in any collection.
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