This 'Succession' Auction Is Selling Off Roy Family Clothes and Gear

Stock Up on Suits, Watches, Decanters and More Props from the Hit HBO Show

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Few shows have captured our collective attention quite like HBO's "Succession."

It was four seasons of boardroom drama, intense infighting and some truly spectacular name calling.

But now that it's over, it's time to pick the series apart — literally. Because Heritage Auctions is selling off more than 200 items from the show, including suits, watches, crystal decanters and other ways to keep the Roy family's spirit alive in your own home.

Online bids are live now through January 13, so get perusing. Browse through the lots, and you'll see a good-looking bar set, with a tray, three decanters and several glasses that held court in Logan Roy's (Brian Cox's) office. There's also the patriarch's humidor, which would make a nice home for your cigars.

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There are handsome suits worn by both Jeremy Strong (Kendall Roy) and Kieran Culkin (Roman Roy), plus a bunch of other suits, clothing and accessories worn by various characters on the show, including Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård). There's also Tom's watch, which was designed to look like a Panerai Luminor but is, in fact, a replica. Or Greg's real and surprisingly subtle Shinola watch.

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If you want to stand out, but potentially for the wrong reasons, there's the “ludicrously capacious” bag worn by Bridget, Cousin Greg's date, that was mercilessly ridiculed in the show. It signaled that she didn't belong with the old-money, quiet luxury crowd at the birthday party in question, but you could just keep it as a bag to put things in.

Literary collectors might like the funeral speech that Roman wrote for his father. It's on pink index cards and would make a good conversation starter. Then again, if you really want to start a conversation, put on the dog costume worn by Greg in the series opener. It's currently available for $2,700, but can you really put a price on owning the most random artifact in this Roy family auction? 

Yes. It's $2,700. 

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