Famous Booth from “The Sopranos” Sold for $82,600

The famed booth from the concluding episode of “The Sopranos” was successfully sold on eBay for $82,600 on March 4th, according to the auction website. The auction, which attracted 238 bids, featured the original booth where the Soprano Family was situated during the iconic final scene.

The booth, complete with both seats, a table, and a divider wall featuring the plaque “Reserved for the Sopranos Family,” was listed for sale by the owners of Holsten’s Ice Cream in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Their decision to part with the famous booth was prompted by ongoing renovations at their ice cream shop, citing the need for an upgrade due to the compromised integrity of the over 60-year-old furniture.

In a recent post, the owners expressed their reluctance to bid farewell to the beloved booth but stressed the necessity of the upgrade. The buyer is responsible for collecting the items from Bloomfield, and it’s important to note that the sale does not include the jukebox, as mentioned on the auction website.

“The Sopranos,” a crime drama created by David Chase, premiered on HBO on January 10, 1999, featuring the anxiety-filled mobster Tony Soprano, portrayed by the late James Gandolfini, and his wife Carmela, played by Edie Falco. The much-debated finale aired on June 10, 2007, leaving the audience in suspense as the Soprano family gathered at a diner while Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” played. The scene concluded abruptly with a black screen, and David Chase has never disclosed the fate of Tony Soprano in that final moment.

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