Home Entertainment Sopranos fans now have the chance to OWN the New Jersey diner stand used in the final scene of the hit HBO series as it goes up for auction… 17 years after the finale aired.

Sopranos fans now have the chance to OWN the New Jersey diner stand used in the final scene of the hit HBO series as it goes up for auction… 17 years after the finale aired.

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The restaurant table used in the final scene of The Sopranos in Bloomfield, New Jersey, is up for auction on Ebay until Monday, March 4 at 10 pm; Members of the Soprano family sitting in the booth at the end included the late James Gandolfini (Tony), Edie Falco (Carmela) and Robert Iler (AJ), as they waited for Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Meadow) to join them.

fans of The sopranos You can now own an iconic piece from the hit HBO show, if the price is right.

Nearly 17 years after the crime drama series aired its finale, leaving many viewers wondering if their televisions had unexpectedly turned off, Holsten’s in Bloomfield, New Jersey, is now auctioning off the original booth where the mob boss stood. Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) and his family. He sat down during the final scene.

The eBay listing had already received 218 bids as of Saturday evening, with the current top bid set at a whopping $76,300.

Fans still interested in joining the auction still have two days left to place their bid and take home this popular piece of television history.

The ice cream parlor announced the auction on its official Instagram page on Wednesday, informing customers that “the time has come” to part with the table and seats used for the show’s final scene showing Gandolfini (Tony) with his companions. from the cast Edie Falco. (Carmela) and Robert Iler (AJ), while waiting for Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Meadow) to join them.

The restaurant table used in the final scene of The Sopranos in Bloomfield, New Jersey, is up for auction on Ebay until Monday, March 4 at 10 pm; Members of the Soprano family sitting in the booth at the end included the late James Gandolfini (Tony), Edie Falco (Carmela) and Robert Iler (AJ), as they waited for Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Meadow) to join them.

The restaurant table used in the final scene of The Sopranos in Bloomfield, New Jersey, is up for auction on Ebay until Monday, March 4 at 10 pm; Members of the Soprano family sitting in the booth at the end included the late James Gandolfini (Tony), Edie Falco (Carmela) and Robert Iler (AJ), as they waited for Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Meadow) to join them.

“All good things sometimes need an upgrade,” Holsten wrote in a caption, along with a couple of photos of the booth as it looks today and a picture of Gandolfini smiling while sitting in the booth.

‘The famous (Sopranos) stand is getting a much-needed facelift. Starting today we will auction the beloved stand on eBay,” reads Wednesday’s post.

‘Place your bid on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to personally own “the booth.” Check out our listing here. Obviously we are not going to change the nostalgia of our beloved store… we are not crazy! I’m just polishing the place!

The social media post announcing the auction also included a note from Holsten’s owners explaining that they “do not want to do this,” but that ultimately, “the integrity of the stands is now compromised.”

“They have been repaired many times and this furniture is over 60 years old,” the owners continued. ‘Obviously we don’t want to do this, however we have reached a point where structurally they are no longer safe as a whole and we must think about the safety of our customers first.

They concluded with the headline: ‘Customer safety is a priority for us and should be for our customers too. https://www.ebay.com/itm/335280064819.’

On Saturday night, the owners of Holsten returned to their Instagram page to remind customers and fans that this is the last weekend they can come take a photo sitting at the booth.

“Last chance to get your photos is this weekend,” the caption reads along with another image of Gandolfini sitting at the booth and two other customer photos. ‘We close at 10 at night and open from 12 to 10 on Sunday. Low!’

As of Saturday night, the top bid was over $76,000 on Ebay...and counting.

As of Saturday night, the top bid was over $76,000 on Ebay...and counting.

As of Saturday night, the top bid was over $76,000 on Ebay…and counting.

The owners of Holsten’s in Bloomfield, New Jersey, announced that “the time has come” to part ways with the famous Sopranos booth because the restaurant and ice cream shop needs a “facelift” due to deteriorating furniture.

Holsten's sells the stand to renew its furniture that is more than 60 years old

Holsten's sells the stand to renew its furniture that is more than 60 years old

Holsten’s sells the stand to renew its furniture that is more than 60 years old

The final scene, which included Gandolfini, was full of drama and tension as the New Jersey crime boss made his way to Holsten's and sat in the booth.

The final scene, which included Gandolfini, was full of drama and tension as the New Jersey crime boss made his way to Holsten's and sat in the booth.

The final scene, which included Gandolfini, was full of drama and tension as the New Jersey crime boss made his way to Holsten’s and sat in the booth.

Bidding is expected to rise even further, considering that in the last two days alone the highest bid went from $33,000 to over $76,000.

The eBay auction will be open until 10:00 p.m. on Monday, March 4.

The final scene was full of drama and tension as the New Jersey crime boss walked up to Holsten’s and sat in the booth.

While waiting for Carmela and her two children to arrive, the show’s writers and producers made it seem like Tony and his family could be hit at any moment.

One by one, several people enter the restaurant, and some of the potential customers look increasingly suspicious who could pull out a gun at any moment.

While this was happening, Meadow was outside trying to parallel park her car across the street from Holsten’s, which took her at least three tries to finally get between two other cars.

On Saturday night, the owners of Holsten returned to their Instagram page to remind customers and fans that this is the last weekend they can come take a photo sitting at the booth.

On Saturday night, the owners of Holsten returned to their Instagram page to remind customers and fans that this is the last weekend they can come take a photo sitting at the booth.

On Saturday night, the owners of Holsten returned to their Instagram page to remind customers and fans that this is the last weekend they can come take a photo sitting at the booth.

Holsten's customers have taken photos at the booth since the Sopranos finale aired on June 10, 2007.

Holsten's customers have taken photos at the booth since the Sopranos finale aired on June 10, 2007.

Holsten’s customers have taken photos at the booth since the Sopranos finale aired on June 10, 2007.

Fans can take photos at the booth throughout the weekend.

Fans can take photos at the booth throughout the weekend.

Fans can take photos at the booth throughout the weekend.

The Sopranos, which aired on HBO for six seasons between 1999 and 2007, is widely considered one of the greatest and most influential television series of all time.

The Sopranos, which aired on HBO for six seasons between 1999 and 2007, is widely considered one of the greatest and most influential television series of all time.

The Sopranos, which aired on HBO for six seasons between 1999 and 2007, is widely considered one of the greatest and most influential television series of all time.

The Sopranos are also credited with helping kickstart the Second Golden Age of Television.

The Sopranos are also credited with helping kickstart the Second Golden Age of Television.

The Sopranos are also credited with helping kickstart the Second Golden Age of Television.

Much of the scene was enhanced by the use of Journey’s popular song, Don’t Stop Believing.

Just as Meadow was about to enter the restaurant and ice cream parlor, the screen fades to black, leaving viewers wondering if the Sopranos were attacked or if they were able to eat in peace.

The Sopranos, which aired on HBO for six seasons from 1999 to 2007, is widely considered one of the greatest and most influential television series of all time.

He is also credited with helping usher in the Second Golden Age of Television.

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