Steve Russell - Staff Photographer - @RussellPhotos
When a TV series winds down, the end is marked by a huge prop sale, when Nikita stopped production four years of movie making props, furniture, wardrobe and set dressing items are for sale at 721 Eastern Avenue in Toronto.
The sale covers two huge sound stages.
The sale ends today, October 22, 2013.
Before the doors open at 10 am, prices are marked for a huge TV and movie prop sale.
Clothing is sorted before doors open. There was a huge wardrobe component to the sale.
Signage from the series is also available.
Looking for a 42L? Suits are lined up on the racks for $40 dollars each.
One of many shoe tables.
Just in time for Halloween, or a bank robbery, masks on sale for a dollar each.
A mannequin sells for $25.
A customer shops for bed frames and rugs.
A shopper takes a break on a $150 love seat by a $300 table.
Shoppers browse near mirrors and paintings.
Series prop buyer Sue Young drags a mannequin to the cash after selling it for $25.
Shoppers browse through a huge wardrobe selection.
A shopper tries on a leather jacket selling for $90 in the designer fashion area.
Series signage mixes in with tables of shoes.
Shoppers with items they plan to purchase browse through the shoe area.
Super fans of the Nikita Series, Csilla Somogyvari and Tara Wood it the motherlode when they discover a box of series prop papers and scripts.
Four years of movie making props, furniture, wardrobe and set dressing items were for sale and still are on Tuesday at 721 Eastern Ave in Toronto.
Sale also included break away glass and pottery. A bottle runs $5 and pottery $10.
Tunde Makindipe holds a trio of lampshades for a friend's mother.
Furniture is carried out at a huge TV and movie prop sale.
Shoppers carry their purchases across Eastern Avenue through the Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
Hussain Albeer leaps over a stroller as he makes his way through the line of bargain hunters waiting to get into the sale after trying to use the portable toilet.