Own a piece of 'Breaking Bad': Website will auction off props

As AMC’s "Breaking Bad" comes to an end next Sunday, what better way to remember the show that brought you Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and all of their meth-cooking antics than with a prop from the set?

New auction website Screenbid.com is selling off some of the most iconic items from the series, including Tuco’s jeweled grill, "Tio" Salamanca’s bell and (slightly damaged) wheelchair and even Walter White’s briefs, worn during the show’s first episode.

"I think ‘Breaking Bad’ is more than a television show. It’s become a cultural phenomenon," Screenbid’s Chief Creative Officer Joshua Weinstein told Fox Business' Lauren Simonetti on FoxNews.com Live. "People just love it and I’m one of those people who loves it and I’ve gotta tell you, it’s been so much fun going in and looking at all these important pieces from the show; things that really resonate with me and I figure if they resonate with me, they’ve gotta be resonating with some of the fans, as well."

Screenbid prides itself on selling authentic items that were actually used on sets.

"Everything that Screenbid.com has is screen used, so Sony guarantees that these were the items that were used in the show," explained Weinstein.

The prices range from $10 for fixer Mike Ehrmentraut’s wallet to a couple thousand for some of the characters’ cars, like Walter White’s dull green Aztec.

"We have all kinds of stuff and I can’t wait for fans to get it," said Weinstein. "I’m really looking forward to this stuff having a good home."