Another auction for charity! News is Tony Soprano’s boxers; black leather jacket, tan bathrobe and velour tracksuit falling amongst the old-fashioned mobster’s clothes are set to be auction at Christie’s International on 25 June in New York. James Gandolfini, who enacted the lethal yet oddly engaging New Jersey hooligan in “The Sopranos,” has plans to sell off 25 lots of clothing his character wore on the TV series that ended in June 2007. The profits, anticipated around $36,500 hence would be donated to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, a Jacksonville, Florida-based nonprofit that aids injured soldiers. As a part of auction comes black leather Harley Davidson motorcycle jacket owned by Elvis Presley sporting Elvis’ initials EP stitched on the inside breast along with his diamond encrusted “Chief Deputy, Shelby County, Tennessee” badge. The jacket is expected to sell for $2,000 on 25 June at Christie’s.