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‘Grimm’ Season 6 Gives Opportunity Of A Lifetime To Bag Priceless Souvenirs; Face-off Between Nick & Capt. Renard

Update Date: Mar 10, 2017 05:51 PM EST

Fans will now get an opportunity of a lifetime to cherish their favorite memorabilia even after the conclusion of "Grimm" Season 6. On Mar. 11, there will be an estate sale where it will be possible to purchase souvenirs associated with all the show's six seasons.

"Grimm" Season 6 To Hold Estate Sale

The crime fantasy TV show, which is set in the backdrop of Portland, is all set to sell off a collection of its equipment and props from its six seasons. Oregon Live reported that the announcement for the exact location of its sale will be made by the Grimm estate sale after 7.00 p.m. on Friday, Mar 10.

Entry for this special sale will start at 9.00 a.m. on both Saturday as well as Sunday. But on weekdays, the estate sale will start slightly later - at 10 and will end at 4.00 p.m.

Grimm Estate Sale Promises To Be A Mega Event

The probable venue of the event may be within the 97210 zip code, though nothing is certain as of date. Although, it was earlier described that the venue would be a warehouse with a whopping 40,000 square foot area.

This itself indicates that it will definitely be an event to look forward to. It seems that various items from "Grimm" Season 6 and its earlier seasons will be up for sale for the public. The estate sale is scheduled to continue until Mar. 19.

The list of inventory featuring in this sale appears quite tempting, including some memorable trinkets from all its  seasons.

"Grimm" Season 6 Will Be The Swan Song

Viewers must be aware that "Grimm" Season 6 is the final season of the series. The show was launched way back in 2011. An announcement was made by NBC that "Grimm" Season 6 will mark the end of the series in Aug. last year.

Perhaps, one of the reasons would be the drop in viewership ratings for the show. Season 5 had less than six million viewers on an average. Now, that was quite low, as compared to its third season where it had an average of eight million viewers.

However, despite that, fans may really enjoy the final chapter of the show, where Nick (David Giuntoli) will have a face-off with Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz), Variety mentioned. Nick's former captain seems to be a menacing threat to Nick's dear ones and the city. So, their conflict is imminent for sure.

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