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Grab your chance to live the life of TV spy Annie Walker

The secret agent lifestyle is going up for sale.

Ten-foot statues, a swank Range Rover Evoque, an airplane seat and rows and rows of Prada shoes.

It all once adorned the sets, and cast, of the TV show Covert Affairs, and it’s now all up for sale in what’s being called the largest auction of film and TV props in Canadian history.

Staff at Toronto auction house 403 Auction have spent six weeks photographing and cataloging what will end up being 5,000 lots, which hit the online auction block Monday.

The designer shoes and clothes alone are worth $2 to $3 million, 403 Auctions owner Jamie Jamieson said.

“I’m sitting in a Cadillac GTS we just photographed,” he said Friday, as staff worked to meet the deadline.

Covert Affairs followed the career of agent Annie Walker through international intrigue, double agents and sassy crime-fighting in sky-high heels. It lasted five seasons and was cancelled in January.

There are street signs designed for scenes set in far-flung cities, spy-style electronics, motorcycles and briefcases full of money.

The auction and runs through March 16. There’s an in-person public viewing on Friday (March 13).

Money makes the world go round, and all kinds of currencies in all sorts of briefcases appeared on the show.

Money makes the world go round, and all kinds of currencies in all sorts of briefcases appeared on the show.

Spy Annie Walker’s go-to ride was this 2012 Range Rover Evoque.

Spy Annie Walker’s go-to ride was this 2012 Range Rover Evoque.

There wasn’t a kung-fu move Annie Walker couldn’t do, no matter the footwear — including these $3,175 Louboutins.

There wasn’t a kung-fu move Annie Walker couldn’t do, no matter the footwear — including these $3,175 Louboutins.

Special agents need to jet from Rome to Cairo, and then maybe back to Washington for a debrief — not all of it by private jet (though Annie Walker used one of those, too). These airline seats are enough to outfit your own small plane.

Special agents need to jet from Rome to Cairo, and then maybe back to Washington for a debrief — not all of it by private jet (though Annie Walker used one of those, too). These airline seats are enough to outfit your own small plane.

The Thinker, “Le Pensuer,” made a special appearance in a Season 2 episode about the Smithsonian (thought his home is at the Musée Rodin in Paris). This one’s cast in Styrofoam.

The Thinker, “Le Pensuer,” made a special appearance in a Season 2 episode about the Smithsonian (thought his home is at the Musée Rodin in Paris). This one’s cast in Styrofoam.

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