Our latest Top-10 list comes to us directly from Scranton and the offices of Dunder-Mifflin as we take a look at Funko’s Most Valuable items from the hit comedy The Office.
From Michael Scott and Dwight Schrute to Pam Beesly and the rest of the gang, you’ll find more than 225 collectibles from The Office on hobbyDB. Who is No. 1? Let’s find out.
Remember, estimated values tend to fluctuate, especially as we add more and more items and price points to ensure the guide’s accuracy. Also keep in mind that these are the values for items found solely on hobbyDB. Scroll below for more information on how you can help us build our database for The Office.
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Top-10 Most Valuable The Office Funko Pop! Figures
10. Creed Bratton (Bloody) ($50)
9. Dwight Schrute as Belsnickel ($55)
8. Prison Mike (Funko Soda) ($55)
7. The Scranton Boys ($55)
6. Dwight Schrute (Blonde) (Pop! & Tee) ($55)
5. Dwight Schrute (Basketball) (Shirtless) ($70)
4. Jim Halpert (Book Face) (Mystery Minis) ($70)
3. Dwight Schrute with Bobblehead (NYCC) ($70)
2. Jim Halpert (3-Hole Punch) ($100)
1. Jim Halpert (3-Hole Punch) (Mystery Minis) ($170)
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