Christie's is holding a pop culture auction this summer and their sale will include none other than Tony Soprano's most notable wardrobe items. The auction takes place on June 25th (almost a year after the series finale, and the tag sale) and WNBC reports that the proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project, a Florida-based group assisting severely wounded soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

While some pieces of the Gandolfini garb may go for a mere 500 bucks, the grand total for his wardrobe alone is expected to be as high as $36,500.

Other notable items on the block (there are 331 in total) include: Bert Stern's chromogenic prints of Marilyn Monroe's "Last Sitting" photographs (recently recreated by Lindsay Lohan), Jack Kerouac's self-cleaning ashtray and the handbill for Bob Dylan at Town Hall on April 12, 1963.