If you want to get an up-close-and-personal look at the Valryian steel dagger behind the most significant "Game of Thrones" death to date (no spoilers here!) on the show's most recent episode, "The Long Night," then all you have to do is head east on U.S. 290 towards College Station.

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Arya Stark's infamous "Catspaw" dagger is one of many "Game of Thrones" props on display at the Texas A&M Cushing Memorial Library's Science Fiction & Fantasy Collection, which has been home to writer George R.R. Martin's official repository since 1993.

Arya Stark's dagger "Catspaw" was on display last night during the#BattleofWinterfell! Today, the dagger is on display in Cushing Library!#GameofThrones#tamupic.twitter.com/MC6W3t3H4x

— Texas A&M University (@TAMU)April 29, 2019

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A replica of Brienne's sword "Oathkeeper" is also on display in the library.

Martin has reportedly promised that one of six Iron Thrones used in the show will be gifted to the Cushing Library's collection upon conclusion of the series. 

The "Game of Thrones" creator forged a relationship with the university by attending AggieCon, an annual science fiction and fantasy festival and convention, since the 1970s. The first installment of the "A Song of Fire and Ice" series was published in 1996, and received renewed attention in 2011, when the HBO adaptation debuted.

About 50,000 pieces in 400 boxes are available for public viewing at the university.