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Top 5 Thrones

These are some of our favorite thrones we've sold over the years.

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Digging Up Relics From Sitcom Land

Fans of the classic sitcom Cheers will see a very familiar framed print of Geronimo when they peruse the catalog for our upcoming Legends: Hollywood and Royalty auction. The screen-matched print hung on the wall in the seating area behind the bar where everybody knows your name for seven seasons of the beloved series, which aired on NBC from 1982 to 1993.


The print originally hung in the dressing room of Nicholas Colasanto, who played bartender "Coach" Ernie Pantusso in the show’s first three seasons. After he died in 1985, his character died as well, and the piece was moved to the show's main set. It can be seen throughout the series, beginning in its fourth season. In the last moments of the touching series finale, Sam Malone (Ted Danson) straightens the picture while closing the bar for the last time.


Julien’s Auctions has sold many props and decorative pieces from iconic sitcom sets, including the original prop genie bottle used on the set of I Dream of Jeannie (we did not test it to see if Jeannie was still living inside); a framed “Monk’s Café” dollar-bill prop from Seinfeld, as seen hanging on the wall at the show’s New York City coffee shop; a bust of Sherman Helmsley as George Jefferson from the Jeffersons episode “George’s Legacy,” in which George aims to preserve his legacy by commissioning a bust of himself as a Greek God, which everyone around him thinks is hilarious; and an original jewelry box from Rose Apothecary, David and Patrick’s store on Schitt’s Creek.


To many pop culture fans, the set of a cherished sitcom is like a second home. If you want to surround yourself with some TV Land treasures, including the Cheers Geronimo print, check out our Legends: Hollywood and Royalty auction, which begins September 6th.

Digging Up Relics From Sitcom Land
The Flashy Girl From Flushing!

She has style, she has flair… she is Fran Fine, television’s beloved and fashionable nanny from Flushing.

The Nanny, starring Fran Drescher, originally aired on CBS from 1993 to 1999, but it’s now in syndication and on streaming platforms and continues to create new generations of fanatics for Fran’s fashions.


Julien’s will be selling several iconic pieces from Fran’s wardrobe this September in our Legends: Hollywood & Royalty auction. Brenda Cooper, the costume designer for the show, was known to shop in luxury department stores like Neiman Marcus during the production, where she purchased designers like Todd Oldham, Moschino, Alaia, Hervé Lédger, and Dolce & Gabbana, to name but a few.


These designer fashions are now finding a new audience; there are a number of Instagram accounts specifically dedicated to Fran’s wardrobe – @whatfranwore has 362K followers. Shan Brown who created the account gained this massive following by documenting and crediting the outfits in the show.


Are you searching for a Bazaar by Christian Lacroix pleated mini-skirt and jacket? Or an Isaac Mizrahi wool crepe A-line dress and overcoat with psychedelic print? Or maybe a red and black inset applique mini dress? Then make sure you register to bid at Julien’s, as these will all be up for auction starting September 6th.

The Flashy Girl From Flushing!
Making Your Skin Crawl

One of my favorite thrift store discoveries was a reel-to-reel tape which contained seventies era radio ads for horror films. The DJ’s over the top delivery and ridiculous claims still make me laugh – “One thing’s for sure, if this program doesn’t frighten you, you’d better see a psychiatrist!”

Similar taglines often appear on posters as well. If you were lucky enough to get in on the bidding in our last Hollywood auction, which featured literally hundreds of rare signed horror film posters, then you already know – but if you missed out, don’t worry, there’s more!

You’ll soon have the chance to bid on another group of over 100 examples from that same fanatical collection, including signed posters for creepy features such as Dawn of the Dead – “When there’s no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the Earth!” – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – “Who will survive, and what will be left of them? – and Re-Animator – “Herbert West has a good head on his shoulders, and another one on his desk” –

If you get your kicks from watching horror flicks, and you want to “liven” up your décor, then look no further – register to bid on some killer posters in our upcoming auction.

Making Your Skin Crawl