Kurt Sutter And Charlie Hunnam
Creator and Executive Producer Kurt Sutter (L) jokes with cast member Charlie Hunnam at a panel for the television series "Sons of Anarchy" during the FX portion of the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California August 2, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Reuters

It's an end of an era, but fans of "Sons of Anarchy" can still hold on to things that will remind them of the FX biker drama series epic seven-year run. By owning a piece of these SOA memorabilia fans can still keep the show alive and for those who are still coping with the end of the show, these signature pieces are perfect souvenirs as these apparels and props are up for auction this week via ScreenBid.

FX Network and the online service are putting together a great auction to sell props and costumes from the popular series, which concluded SAMCROs's saga and its seventh season on Dec. 9, Tuesday. The "Sons of Anarchy" auction will be featuring over 700 items that fans can find on the show, including the gavel used by club's president to settle disputes in the SOA headquarters, the current bid is now $10,500.

The catalogue also includes Opie's (Ryan Hurst) 2001 Harley Dyna Glide at $7,200 and Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) knucklehead which is currently at $16,500. The proceeds from "Sons of Anarchy" auction will go to non-profit foundations supported by show including "The Boot Campaign," a charity that supports the troops and veterans; "Chrysalis," which helps the homeless and impoverished find jobs; and "Friends and Helpers," a charity that aids victims of domestic abuse.

ScreenBid is also behind HBO's auction featuring "True Blood's" items after the vampire show's series finale, the same action service who catered AMC's "Breaking Bad" when the show ended in 2013. Bidding will end on Thursday, Dec. 18, but based on report there is no assurance that items will be delivered during the holiday.

Meanwhile, "Sons of Anarchy" series finale rocked the ratings when it ended on Dec. 9, Tuesday concluding Season 7's bloodbath and mayhem. "The final episode of the Kurt Sutter-created series jumped up 44% from its Live+Same Day results to 9.26 million total viewers in Live+3 ratings to hit an all-time episode high," according to Deadline.

Lead star Charlie Hunnam together with Katey Sagal (Gemma Teller) and the rest of the cast extended their gratitude to their fans in a special video for one last time. Watch the emotional "Sons of Anarchy" cast "Thank You" video here courtesy of Sons of Anarchy on Fx.