Waystar Royco Swag, Anyone? More Than 200 Props From ‘Succession’ Are Up for Auction

Want to grab some of Logan Roy's art?

Brian Cox in Succession. Photo: Craig Blankenhorn/HBO.

HBO’s hit satire Succession concluded earlier this year, wrapping up four award-winning seasons’ worth of corporate intrigue, family dysfunction, power games, and Greek-level tragedy. If you’re feeling a Succession-sized hole in your life, you’re in luck: a trove of props from the TV series has just hit the auction block, so you too can bring home a bit of the Roy clan.

Some 230 costumes, props, and memorabilia from the show now await bids at Heritage Screenbid, in partnership with HBO, through January 13. These objects, ranging from the staid to the zany, have been pulled from across Succession‘s many settings, from Waystar Royco’s offices and Logan Roy’s Manhattan townhouse to Jeryd Mencken’s presidential campaign office and Kendall Roy’s closet.  

“Who wouldn’t want to own the ludicrously capricious bag or a pair of Kendall or Greg’s sunglasses—or, for that matter, all of it?” said Jax Strobel, managing director of Heritage Screenbid, in a statement. “And, of course, who ever imagined they could play their own game of Boar on the Floor, complete with prop sausages?”

“Boar on the Floor” prop sausages, boar tag, photo album and shot glasses. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Indeed, the auction features a host of power-suit ensembles worn by the cast—by such designers as Bironi, Tom Ford, Proenza Schouler, and Canli—but it also includes a ton of detailed scene-setting ephemera. Included here are Roman Roy’s diploma, the Isomac Espresso machine from Shiv Roy’s apartment, office signs for Waystar Royco, and magazine covers tracing the Roy family’s rising and falling fortunes.  

Shiv Roy’s press announcement of Logan Roy’s death. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

And then there are items that recall some of Succession‘s finest moments. Yes, the fake sausages from Logan’s twisted game of Boar on the Floor are here, but so are the amusingly hideous moodboards for Kendall’s 40th birthday bash and playbills for Willia Ferreyra’s failed play.

There’s even the dog costume that cousin Greg threw up in while working his first day at Waystar Adventure Park and the scorpion paperweight that Tom Wambsgans gifted to Shiv with zero subtlety.  

Succession props at auction

Scorpion paperweight in box. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Want to own a bit of Logan Roy’s art? Snap up his print of sailboats or this highly recognizable pair of bronze figurines, likely by Frederick Cooper, which sat in the media mogul’s New York office. But perhaps more fitting is this framed 1909 bayonet sword, which says as much about the man’s taste as his approach to family and business. 

See more objects from the auction below. 

Succession props at auction

New York Magazine cover featuring the Roy family. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Roman Roy’s funeral speech cards. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Succession props at auction

Canali suit worn by Matthew Macfadyen as Tom Wambsgans. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Tom Wambsgans’s Waystar Royco ID badge. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Doderick costume worn by Nicholas Braun as Greg Hirsch. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Max Mara ensemble worn by Sarah Snook as Shiv Roy. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

Logan Roy funeral pamphlets. Photo courtesy of Heritage Auctions.



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