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    Tuco's grill. Asking bid: $2,500. "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," the listing states. "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."
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    Hector "Tio" Salamanca's 'Breaking Bad' bell. Asking bid: $12,250. "Walter White and Jesse Pinkman don't know what to make of Tuco Salamanca's uncle, Hector," the listing states. "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."
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    Hector "Tio" Salamanca's wheelchair. Asking bid: $5,000. The listing states: "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."
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    Walter White's inscribed copy of "Leaves of Grass," has an asking bid of $9,200. The book's inscription played a pivotal role in changing the relationship between Walt and his brother-in-law, DEA Agent Hank Schrader.
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    Jesse Pinkman's Toyota Tercel. Asking bid: $5,700. "Breaking Bad fans will love this car -- the actual vehicle Aaron Paul's character drove in the series," the listing states. "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."
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    Disappearer's card. Asking bid $800. "In the 11th episode of Breaking Bad's final season, Saul Goodman grabs a business card for the Disappearer. This business card for the Disappearer. We're aware that 'disappearer' isn't a real word. But Ed isn't a real guy. This is a great Breaking Bad prop," the listing states. "And just for the fun of it, call the number."
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    Skyler White's 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer. Asking bid: $9,900. "Skyler White, Walt's wife, drives this unique and highly recognizable 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer throughout Breaking Bad," the listing states. "The Jeep runs and drives, but leaks oil and has some paint bubbling and chipping. This is the very Jeep that Skyler, played by Emmy winner Anna Gunn, drives through New Mexico."
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    Pink teddy bear. Asking bid: $4,300. "This pink teddy bear is one of the most recognizable props in all of Breaking Bad," the listing states. "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."
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    Lydia's lipstick-smudged mug. Asking bid: $1,700. "The mug that Lydia Rodarte Quayle sipped from in Episode 13 of Breaking Bad's final season may be one of the creepiest items in the history of the show," the listing states. "It's not that there's anything weird about the mug, which has the words 'Colors Don't Run' on it. It's what Todd does with the mug."
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    Jesse Pinkman's DEA mug. Asking bid: $950. "Here's a surprising combination: Jesse Pinkman and a Drug Enforcement Administration mug," the listing states. "In the 13th episode of Breaking Bad's final season, though, there are plenty of surprises. Aaron Paul's character sipping from from a DEA mug is just one of them. But he does, and this is the very mug."
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    Rubber axe belonging to "The Cousins," brothers Leonel and Marco Salamanca. Asking bid: $3,200. "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 listing states. "The Cousins are hitmen for a Mexican drug cartel, and the axe is one of their weapons of choice. This one is pure magic."
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    Marie Schrader's Volkswagen. Asking bid: $10,000. "Marie drove this 2008 Volkswagen Beetle in the later seasons of Breaking Bad," the listing states. "It got plenty of screen-time and, while it's not Marie's signature purple, it's close -- a dark blue. It's a good car. It runs and drives and has no serious defects or damage."
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