Memorabilia to go under the hammer when the series finale airs on Sept. 29

By Andrea Billups
Updated September 22, 2013 04:45 PM

A pair of tighty whities from Bryan Cranston’s Walter White? Why not!

Memorabilia from the hit show Breaking Bad will be up for auction starting Sept. 29, the day that the AMC drama’s series finale airs, USA Today reports.

The sale was announced Friday by the website Screenbid, which auctions off studio props. Among the other Breaking Bad items up for bid: two yellow hazmat suits worn by Walter and Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman, a pink teddy bear, a bell and wheelchair from Tio Salamanca, and Gus’ computer.

For auto enthusiasts, Walter’s green Pontiac Aztek and Monte Carlo will also be on the block.

About 200 items are available and expected to raise about $2 million, the site’s co-founder said.

But the auction won’t include one memorable item: Walter’s RV meth lab. Sony Pictures is holding on to that gem for its studio tour, The New York Times reports.