Brady Bunch buffs, ready your bidding paddles. Actress Eve Plumb, who played Jan Brady, is auctioning off a treasure trove of personal memorabilia from the beloved sitcom, which ran on ABC from 1969 to 1974.
Julien's Auctions has announced the new sale event titled "Brady Bunch and More: Eve Plumb's Jan Brady & Career Archives," set for October 2nd. Devoted Brady Bunch fans can bid on rare scripts, personal items, and behind-the-scenes ephemera from Plumb's collection.
Highlights include Marcia's swollen nose script from the famous "Oh My Nose!" episode. There's also the pilot script where the Bradys first became a bunch, complete with autographs Plumb collected from the cast, like her "mom" Florence Henderson.
Plumb's personal annotated scripts include the career-defining "Her Sister's Shadow" episode with the infamous "Marcia! Marcia! Marcia!" line.
There's even a vintage Barbie watch straight from Plumb's childhood heyday when Brady fever first swept the world. As Jan would say, that's "groovy" and "far out!"