"Burn Notice" Items to be Auctioned in Coconut Grove

Everything inside is in at least one episode of USA's "Burn Notice," props, set designs, wardrobe, cars, and iconic items

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    The auction starts on Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Coconut Grove Convention Center. On Wednesday, the online auction begins at noon. That is when the more notable items will be sold. You can log on by visiting www.JaySugarman.com

    The Coconut Grove Convention Center is full of props.

    Everything inside is in at least one episode of USA's "Burn Notice," props, set designs, wardrobe, cars, and iconic items. The show is filmed and set in Miami. It's seventh and final season is airing now, so everything has to go.

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    [MI] Burn Notice Films on the River
    A bullet-ridden car or two was spotted on the Miami River set of the USA series "Burn Notice" as it filmed Tuesday in Miami. Only a hawk-eyed superfan might pick out stars Jeffrey Donovan or Gabrielle Anwar, but that's okay: we all know the real star is the stunning Magic City, where "Burn Notice" has filmed since 2007.

    "Whoever wants it, if they're willing to pay, they're going to get it," COO of Jay Sugarman Auction Corp. Annette Grasso said.

    Some items include the Porsche driven by Jesse Garcia, a collection of Hawaiian shirts worn by Sam Axe, Carlitos Bar where all the shows strategic meetings took place, Fiona's fanny pack, the Dodge Charger Michael Weston drove, and of course, the actual Burn Notice. You can even watch the show in a room decorated with the set.

    'Burn Notice' Facing Eviction in Miami

    [MI] 'Burn Notice' Facing Eviction in Miami
    "Burn Notice," the popular cable TV show, is on short notice in the City of Miami. The show's production company for some years has used the old convention center next to the Miami City hall for a production studio, sound stage and storage facility. The city charges $240,000 a year in rent for the popular show and gives Miami and South Florida some great scenic exposure. But now the city wants them out. Series star Gabrielle Anwar said she believes the community would benefit more from a film production.

    There is no minimum bid. You name the price for things like Michael Weston's yogurt cups, tools, pillows, and for some reason, a whole lot of lamps.

    "Every time they would film something, they would film a new scene somewhere, they would take the props they got and move them into a room, so that later on they had a room full of lamps, and a room full of tables, so now they've just accumulated all of these different things over the last seven years," Grasso said.

    The auction starts Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Coconut Grove Convention Center. On Wednesday, the online auction begins at noon. That is when the more notable items will be sold. You can log on by clicking here.

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