while the set where Johnny Carson hosted guests on “The Tonight Show” went for $275,000,

‘Cheers’ bar sells for $675,000 at a Dallas auction, while the set where Johnny Carson hosted guests on “The Tonight Show” went for $275,000.

The iconic “Cheers” bar, which served as the setting for the hit TV show of the same name, has been sold for $675,000 at an auction in Dallas.

The bar, located in Boston, was replicated for the show’s set and became a beloved fixture of the show’s nine-season run. The bar was put up for auction as part of a collection of items from classic TV shows.

The auction, which was held on June 6, 2023, included over 500 items from shows such as “Friends,” “Seinfeld,” and “The Simpsons.” The items had props, costumes, and set pieces.

The “Cheers” bar was the most expensive item sold at the auction, with bidding starting at $500,000. The winning bidder was not immediately identified.

Iconic ‘Cheers’ bar sells for $675,000 at auction.

The iconic “Cheers” bar, which served as the setting for the hit TV show of the same name, has been sold for $675,000 at an auction in Dallas.

The bar, located in Boston, was replicated for the show’s set and became a beloved fixture of the show’s nine-season run. The bar was put up for auction as part of a collection of items from classic TV shows.

The auction, which was held on June 6, 2023, included over 500 items from shows such as “Friends,” “Seinfeld,” and “The Simpsons.” The items had props, costumes, and set pieces.

According to the auction house, the “Cheers” bar was the most sought-after item, with bidders from around the world vying for the chance to own a piece of TV history.

‘Cheers’ bar fetches $675,000 at auction.

The iconic “Cheers” bar, which served as the setting for the hit TV show of the same name, has been sold for $675,000 at an auction in Dallas.

The bar, located in Boston, was replicated for the show’s set and became a beloved fixture of the show’s nine-season run. The bar was put up for auction as part of a collection of items from classic TV shows.

The auction, which was held on June 6, 2023, included over 500 items from shows such as “Friends,” “Seinfeld,” and “The Simpsons.”

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