Mad Men Creator Matthew Weiner is Having a Moving Sale

By Kyle O'Brien 

If you’re in this industry, you’re most likely a Mad Men fan. For those fans who live in the Southern California area, it’s time to get out your pocketbook and head to Hollywood, because Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is having a moving sale at his historic Hollywood home.

Starting tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. PT and running through Sunday at 4 p.m., the home, which he shares with architect Linda Brettler, will be open for the sale. The ad for the sale, on, advertises a collection of furniture, décor, vintage barware, “an unbelievable book collection and objects and swag from the set of Mr. Weiner’s hit TV show, Mad Men, which aired on AMC for seven seasons from 2007-2015.”

Highlights include a pink loveseat, Lenox china sets, vintage clothing and jewelry, a 1907 Steinway & Sons Model O Piano, a popcorn machine and tons of books and antiques.


A pink loveseat available at the sale.

Pick up some Mad Men swag and rewatch the show, or get one of the vintage bar sets and pretend you’re getting ready for your three martini lunch.

A vintage bar set available at the sale.

The address for the sale will be live on the webpage after 7:00 a.m. PT Saturday. Posts on the site, which features photos of many of the items and the house itself, state not to bring purses, just wallet and phone. In addition, “info and pricing discussed in person only. Please do not: text, DM, call, email, send a raven.”

Mad Men swag.

If you don’t end up buying anything, you can at least see a beautiful home that was designed and restored by Brettler. Maybe even Don Draper will show up (he won’t).