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Published December 13, 2019

Here’s How You Can Still Buy Items From Prop Store’s Jessica Jones Auction

There are still plenty of Patsy comics left!

The live-auction for Marvel’s Jessica Jones has concluded, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t snag some amazing pieces from the collection. Prop Store, who hosted the initial auction, has put together an online store for everything still available, and you can check it out right now

So while things like Jessica Jones’ iconic leather jacket is long gone, along with Luke Cage’s power saw (which yes, was really for sale!), you can still grab items like Patsy Walker comics and party supplies, creepy photos Jessica took of Gregory Sallinger, and the outfit young Trish wore when she visited Jessica in the hospital.

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Other props still for sale include a whole slew of Jeri Hogarth’s costumes and a few items from Marvel’s Luke Cage and Marvel’s Daredevil. If you are looking to own a piece of Marvel’s live-action catalog, there's still plenty of costumes, photographs, and set pieces to choose from! 

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Visit the Prop Store auction now to see all items that are still currently available.

All three seasons of Marvel's Jessica Jones are available to stream on Netflix now.

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