Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner was nothing if not detail-oriented—each scene had to have the right wardrobe, furniture, tchotchkes, and so forth, for the time period—so it makes sense that at the end of the show's seven-season run there would be quite a few props leftover.Roughly 1,400 items are currently up for auction on Screenbid until Aug. 6, and they range from iconic and practical to altogether odd. (Sadly Ginsberg's nipple isn't for sale.) Here are the weirdest (and yes, there will be spoilers for those who haven't watched all the way through):
Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce
How are Sterling Cooper & Partners' clients doing on Twitter these days?Unmetric staffers—big Mad Men fans, clearly—wanted to answer that oddly specific question, so the social media analytics company delved into the social network's data to find out.