Boston.com These are the five best props you can bid on from ‘The Office’Boston.comMichael Scott (Acton native Steve Carell) once said, “An office is a place where dreams come true.” Now bring pieces from “The Office” home with you. Screenbid, which hosts auctions on behalf of studios and producers, opened an auction on Sept. 20 with …and more »
fox5sandiego.com Props from ‘The Office’ — including Pam’s reception desk — are up for auctionfox5sandiego.comThe items from the Scranton branch are on the auction block on the site Screenbid. The show aired for 9 seasons on NBC and centered around an everyday paper company led by a hilarious and goofy boss played by Steve Carrell. The American version was …Love ‘The Office’? Hundreds Of Props From The Show Are Up For AuctionCBS DenverHundreds of “The Office” props are up for auctionWRDW-TVHundreds of items from “The Office” available in auctionFOX 28 Spokane (press release) (blog)all 14 news articles »
Standard Speaker You can own a piece of ‘The Office’Standard SpeakerWinning bidders will pay extra for shipping and a 24 percent premium on the hammer price that goes to the California online auction house ScreenBid.com, which is managing the auction for the network. The NEPA Miners mini helmet and the Scranton …and more »
South Florida Reporter More Than 500 Of “The Office” Props Are Up for Auction (Video)South Florida ReporterFrom Dwight’s pencil mug to Jim’s gray swivel chair, fan’s can choose from more than 500 items from The Office set. According to the online auction page on Screenbid, “All winning bids will have an additional 24 percent buyer’s premium added after …You Can Sit at the Same Desk as Pam Beesly From ‘The Office’! Find out how.Our Community Now at Colorado (satire) (press release) (blog)all 2 news articles »
The Oregonian Reported March 26, 2017 (VIEW ARTICLE) By: Kristi Turnquist Are you mourning the end of “Grimm”? Will your life be incomplete without the chance to bid on Nick’s (David Giuntoli) spiked mace and chain, from the Grimm weapons closet? Or Hank’s super soaker? How about Nick’s Oregon driver’s license? Dry those tears and reach for your credit card, because the official auction of “Grimm” props and collectibles begins online after the “filmed-in-Portland Grimm” series finale airs on Friday, March 31. (Actually, it starts early for those of us on the West Coast; the auction begins at 7 p.m….
Deadline Hollywood Reported December 5, 2016 8:10pm (VIEW ARTICLE) Barry White’s suit patterns? Rhett and Scarlett’s baby cradle? Gene Siskel’s critic’s chair? If Hollywood’s crazy aunt decided to clean out her attic, the pile on her Beverly Hills lawn might look like the 60 or so peculiar lots put up for sale by Screenbid.com on Monday night. “We have a strange auction here, lots of things come our way,” Screenbid chief executive Jeffrey Dash said during an interview at his Culver City warehouse headquarters a few hours before the action began at 8 p.m. The online movie and television prop-seller,…