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Sopranos Pork Store
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Actors Tony Sirico, left, (Paulie Walnuts) and James Gandolfini, right, (Tony Soprano), shoot a scene from “The Sopranos” outside the fictional Satriale's Pork Store in Kearny, N.J., in March.
updated 8/9/2007 5:44:21 PM ET 2007-08-09T21:44:21

The meats and sandwiches are long gone, but fans of HBO’s “Sopranos” can comfort themselves with some of the rocks that made up the facade of the fictional Satriale’s Pork Store, one of Tony Soprano & Co.’s favorite hangouts.

The owner of the building is selling the white stones online before the structure is demolished next month. A condominium complex named The Soprano will be built on the site.

Building owner Manny Costeira said the 2,000 bricks will sell for $25 to $50 apiece, and will include a serial number and certificate of authentication.

Costeira told The Jersey Journal of Jersey City the “silly idea” popped into his head. But he also said he’s received a few angry e-mails from people asking why he’s demolishing Tony’s joint.

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