From the NYTimes:
Cylons, Farewell: A Final ‘Battlestar Galactica’ AuctionBy Dave Itzkoff
As viewers of the science-fiction television series “Battlestar Galactica” prepare to bid farewell to the show again, the studio that produces it will be offering fans an opportunity to purchase pieces of “Battlestar” memorabilia at a two-day auction in January, The Hollywood Reporter said. NBC Universal, which produces the contemporary remake of “Battlestar Galactica” (which had two previous, shortlived incarnations between 1978 and 1980), will begin the auction at the Pasadena Convention Center in California on Jan. 16, the same day that the final season of the show begins on the Sci Fi channel. Hundreds of items, props and costumes will be offered, from the desk used by Admiral Adama (the character played by Edward James Olmos) to a distinctive red dress worn by the actress Tricia Helfer.
UPDATE: In a release, Sci Fi has announced that the auction will begin with a preview day on Jan. 16, followed by a two-day live auction on Jan. 17 and 18. Those unable to attend can bid online at www.battlestarprops.com.