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'Sopranos' Fans Can Own a Piece of History


Fans of The Sopranos can now own a little piece of the much-honored TV series: bricks from mobster Tony Soprano's fictional hangout, Satriale's Pork Store.

Manny Costeira, who owns the Kearny, New Jersey building, is selling 2,000 white stone bricks online before the structure is demolished next month.

A condominum complex called The Soprano will be built on the site.

Costeira said the bricks will sell for $25 to $50 apiece, and will include a serial number and certificate of authentication.

Speaking to The Jersey Journal of Jersey City, Costeira said he's received a few angry e-mails asking why he's demolishing the joint where Tony and his pals often gathered. The Sopranos aired its 86th and final episode on June 10, 2007.