Sopranos Star Auctioning Mob Duds to Help Vets

Don't fuhgeddaboutit : Sale to aid wounded
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted May 28, 2008 3:55 AM CDT
Sopranos Star Auctioning Mob Duds to Help Vets
This photo supplied by Christie's auction house shows a costume worn by the character Tony Soprano, played by actor James Gandolfini in HBO's series "The Sopranos."    (AP Photo)

Anybody who ever wanted to dress like New Jersey's most famous fictional mobster could soon find an offer they can't refuse, reports E! Online. James Gandolfini is auctioning off 24 costumes he wore as mob boss Tony Soprano—including the blood-spattered ensemble the character wore when he was shot. All proceeds from the sale next month will go to the Wounded Warrior Project, which aids injured Iraq and Afghanistan vets. (Read more Sopranos stories.)

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