As Battlestar Galactica steams out for its final parade of weeping around the galaxy—Spoiler: Muffit is the final Cylon—the sets inside British Columbia's Vancouver Film Studios have been dismantled with atypical care to be auctioned off to fans. NBC Universal has given costumes, production art, props, set decoration and set pieces* over to Propworx, a company specializing in movie and television auctions, and it appears they've done a fine job of both archiving and contextualizing all the props they plan on selling. While it may be frustrating for true fans to feel they've lost a chance at some cheap memorobilia, it's a far sight better that these bits are being handled by professionals than tossed in a junkyard.
If you'd like to browse the entirety of the catalog, Propworx has provided a PDF version of the catalog for download, but they'll happily sell you a printed version of the Battlestar prop catalog for $35. You'll have to sate yourself with that—the auction ended yesterday.
* Dig that futuristic Microsoft keyboard!