Great Northern Check-In Sign (Original)


Notes: Courtesy of the Comisar collection and The Museum of Television.

Sheriff Station Reception Sign (2017 - Original)

Notes: From Season Three. Private collection.

Laura Palmer's Casket (Original)


Notes: Courtesy of the Comisar collection and The Museum of Television.

Prop Identification: Cooper's Milk Glass






Notes: Cooper's milk glass from episode 26 seems more aimed at Sam Stanley. Apparently a promo from TG&Y. The real question is why would The Great Northern Hotel serve milk in a measuring glass (assuming Cooper ordered it from room service)? Thanks to Sam H.

Great Northern Chainsaw Bear (Original)



Notes: Yet another fantastic prop from the Patricia Norris Estate Sale and Twin Peaks Props Auction! This chainsaw bear is the first prop we see when Audrey Horne makes her debut on the show. Iconic. Patricia loved this prop and kept it, under cover, just outside on her back porch. Private collection.

Sheriff Station Photo (Original)



Notes: Another amazing find from the 2015 Patricia Norris Estate Sale and Twin Peaks Auction. Print has some water damage. Private collection.

Great Northern Mail Slot Number Plaque (Cooper's Room) (Original)






Notes: Another gem from the Patricia Norris Estate Sale and Twin Peaks Auction. Imagine my surprise when I found that Coop's room number was still there after 25 years. Unfortunately I didn't have room for the whole thing in my truck and I later learned it was claimed by a local business owner who had no interest in Twin Peaks and wished to use it as a storage device in his store.

Deer Hoof Gun Rack (Original)




Notes: Another gem that was auctioned off at the Patricia Norris estate sale and auction in October 2015. This gun rack can be seen in Blue Pine Lodge. Did Pete get this done at Tim & Tom's Taxidermy? There has been some discoloration over time. Private collection.

Chainsaw Bear #1 (Original)




Notes: From a deleted scene in the Pilot. Found at the Patricia Norris estate. Alas, this one was kept in the garden and was waterlogged, rotting and soft to the touch. Not long for this world and current whereabouts unknown.