'Burn Notice' goes on the auction block

Show ends after 7-year run


COCONUT GROVE, Fla. – Dozens of people lined up at the old Coconut Grove Convention Center Tuesday for a chance to bid on a piece of TV history.

"My wife wants to buy the belt purse that Fiona used to wear," sadi Mark Middleton. "I'm just trying to score something cheap that I can hang on my wall, maybe a script or something like that."

This is where the popular cable spy drama "Burn Notice" was filmed. It was on the air for seven years, the most popular television series filmed in Miami outside of Miami Vice.

The show's run is now over. The finale will air next month. All the props and furniture seen on the show are up for sale, an eclectic mix is how auctioneer Mark Grosso of Jay Sugarman Auction Corporation describes it.

An in-person auction will take place on Tuesday until every last item is gone.

The web-based auction for some of the sexier items, such as cars and clothing, begins Wednesday at noon.

To participate, visit http://www.jaysugarman.com/

"That's the cars, the sunglasses, a lot of the clothes -- the cool stuff more closely associated with the show," said auctioneer Mark Grosso.

Click here to see some of the items up for auction.