'Breaking Bad' Collectors Auction Includes Hector's Bell for Thousands

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It's so hard to say goodbye to your favorite television shows, but an auction of notable items from the "Breaking Bad" series is extracting even more money from die-hard fans.

Among 250 collectibles used in AMC's television show, "Breaking Bad," the most expensive so far is a notorious "front-please" bell used by a mute wheelchair-bound cartel member in seasons two through four that is selling for over $16,700.

ScreenBid is hosting an online auction of props and memorabilia from the Emmy-winning hit series. The auction launched on Sunday, the day of the highly-anticipated series finale, and will run for eight days.

In Photos: Crazy "Breaking Bad" Memorabilia Auctioned

ScreenBid partners directly with studios and producers to obtain items directly from set, and the lion's share of profits go back to the studios, a spokesman for ScreenBid said.

A spokesperson for AMC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Other items to be auctioned are yellow Haz-Mat suits, Jesse Pinkman's Hello Kitty phone, Walter White's tighty-whiteys -- on display at New York's Museum of the Moving Image, Skyler White's 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer, Hector "Tio" Salmanaca's wheelchair and "Tuco's grill" encased in Lucite.

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