As 'Mad Men,' one of television's most popular dramas from the last decade, is preparing to air for a final time this April, AMC will donate several of the TV series' recognizable props, costumes and scripts, which contain unfilmed, alternate endings, to the Smithsonian.

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Don Draper's fedora and suit will be donated to the Smithsonian

Without a doubt, the most valuable items that will be put on display the Smithsonian's Museum of American History will be the suit, fedora and office bar cart of Don Draper - the main character in 'Mad Men,' played by Jon Hamm.

The unveiling of the exhibit will take place during a ceremony in Washington on March 27th, a week before the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning television series will begin to show its final seven episodes, on April 5th.

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This is just part of several other events across the country that AMC and Lionsgate, producer of the series, have organized to give 'Mad Men' a huge send-off. Exhibitions, screenings, events and panel discussions will take place at venues such as the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and The Museum of Jewish Heritage over the next couple of months.

"A television series unlike any other deserves a send-off unlike any other," said Charlie Collier, AMC president, in a statement. "Mad Men and its incomparable influence across art, design, literature and popular culture in general, calls for a broad and unprecedented salute."

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"We are proud and a little overwhelmed by the interest and enthusiasm from these prestigious cultural organizations, and grateful for the opportunity it's created for us to give back to our amazing fans who have been there from the beginning," said Weiner in a press release.