Pieces of ‘The Office’ are going up for auction


LOS ANGELES, CA – JANUARY 28: The cast and crew of “The Office” accept the Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy Series award onstage at the 13th Annual Screen Actor Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on January 28, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) — Do you remember Jim’s gray swivel chair from “The Office”? 

Have you ever wanted to own that chair? 

Now, you can. 

Universal Television is currently selling pieces of history. 

Five-hundred props and production materials from the “The Office” are being sold piece by piece in a live online auction. These items are going anywhere from $25 to well over $2,500. 

Some of the most memorable props include Pam’s reception desk ($1,800),  an original hangman drawing by Michael about Stanley’s affair ($450), Dwight’s Sales Associates Association Award 2008 ($700), and Michael’s infamous St. Pauli’s Girl beer sign ($2,700). 

Universal Television said all winning bids will have an additional 24 percent buyer’s premium added after closing. 

The items will come with a certificate of authenticity so that you can impress your fellow “Office” fans. 

To bid on the items and for more information about the auction, click on this link.

The auction ends on Oct. 5.

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