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Friday, June 10, 2011

Law & Order Criminal Intent set sale Law & Order Criminal Intent set sale (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

Law & Order Criminal Intent may be off the air, but props and gear from the show, including boxes of beakers, pile of dolls, sinks and toilets and a bevy of beige computers from the early days of personal computing were up for sale at cut throat prices Thursday and Friday at Chelsea Piers.

For $5 you could fill up a cardboard box and leave with as many goods as you can.

The sale ended Friday at noon. 

Crime scene marker board from set of Law & Order Criminal Intent.
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Crime scene marker board from set of Law & Order Criminal Intent.

Law & Order Criminal Intent set sale
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Law & Order Criminal Intent set sale.

Books used as props on Law & Order Criminal Intent set.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Books used as props on Law & Order Criminal Intent set.

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.

Assorted posters used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Assorted posters used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.
Stephen Nessen

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Assorted props used on the set for Law & Order Criminal Intent.

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Comments [2]

susan from Troy, NY

Huge fan of show.
I knew nothing about the sale. I wish I had known. Is there anything left?? If so, who would I contact about buying? Where was the sale? Chelsea Pier?
If there are any items left, contact me at girl19532004@yahoo.com

Jul. 13 2011 04:20 PM
Ryan Coulter from Saskatoon, SK

I'd look for that black leather binder (or one of the probably many copies of it) that you always see Goren carrying around during each case.

Jun. 11 2011 10:27 AM

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