This page has all my remaining "The Office" memorabilia for sale, from NBC's Emmy winning TV show about the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company's Scranton branch. Add to or start your Office collection at my low prices before it's gone, and it almost is, so please finish it off! All items are unused, as new. See my What's New page for site-wide sales announcements and price reductions. See my Feedbacks page for testimonials.

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2007 calendar. First one for the U.S. TV show. Sold out early everywhere, and people paid $20-$25+ on auctions when these came out, plus high shipping. Full size 11.5"x11.5" 16 month wall calendar, but the "first" four months are from 2006, on one page. Regular 2007 months have pics of the main cast members, Michael, Jim, Pam, Dwight etc., with funny "post-it notes." Still shrink-wrapped. Original retail price was $11.99. Clearance! 1 left! Only...$3 (View)

World's Best Boss coffee mugs. The 2008 version, from Target stores, light gray with black letters (2007's were black with white letters), 11 oz. capacity, ceramic. Have 2, nice boxes, near mint mugs. The 2009's are the same mug, but without boxes. These mugs are selling for $10-$18 or more on auctions all the time! One mug weighs over 1 lb. in another box, so Standard Mail may be a bit cheaper for some areas, but shipping for 1 will range from about $8.30-$12.98/$14.20, depending on zone and rate. Why fool with an auction when you can buy them now for...$10 ea., or both for $15 (View loose) (View with box)

Parade magazine, .50 each:
Dec. 9, 2007 issue. Jack Nicholson cover and interview, but also has a James Brady interview and nice pic in back with the lovely Jenna Fischer, a.k.a. Pam Beesly. Nice condition (View)

March 30, 2008. Mick Jagger cover, but has a James Brady interview in back with John Krasinski, a.k.a. Jim Halpert. Now you can scrapbook your PB & J Parade mags together! (View)

Sept. 29, 2013. Mindy Kaling, a.k.a. Kelly Kapoor, cover and interview (View)

December 16, 2018. Steve Carell, a.k.a. Michael Scott, cover and interview (View)