Fans of the historic Durgin-Park restaurant now have the opportunity to bid on memorabilia online.
Beginning Feb. 13 and lasting a week, everything from advertising signs to photos and art to a large wooden pig are ready to be auctioned off.
The auctioneers will be holding a preview of the auction catalog Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the restaurant, located at 340 North Market St. in Boston. A preview of the auction catalog is also online.
Durgin-Park, a Boston staple for nearly 200 years, closed in early January due declining sales, according to the CEO of the restaurant's parent company.
The restaurant's closing left many disappointed customers who flocked to Faneuil Hall to visit the restaurant for the last time.