Reclaim a Television Memory with the Help of Toby Stoffa and Antiquities



On Sunday, viewers said goodbye to Breaking Bad, which was the capstone to a year when many of our favorite television shows ended.  From monsters like Dexter Morgan and Walter White, to wacky bosses like Michael Scott and Liz Lemon, television viewers have seen some of the most interesting characters on the small screen for the last time. However, a show’s ending doesn’t mean that you can’t have something to remember it by.

Collectors and television fans alike go to Antiquities in Las Vegas in an effort to reclaim these memories of past shows that they’re connected to. Located in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Antiquities specializes in entertainment, sports and historical collectibles that won’t be found anywhere else. For the television fans out there, President and CEO, Toby Stoffa makes sure that rare treasures from the world of television are a significant part of Antiquities’ inventory.

Here is a small sample of just some of the items any major television fan would love to have in their home or office:

Breaking Bad Beaker: Breaking Bad might be over, but your heart is still probably pumping from that finale. An artifact from this show is sure to be a talking point for those who visit. This piece entails a beaker signed by Walter White and Jesse themselves. Also included are prop money from the show and pictures of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.

E.R. Floor Tile: E.R was a groundbreaking drama from NBC in the 90s that launched the careers of George Clooney, Anthony Edwards, Noah Wyle, Juliana Marquiles, Sherry Stringfield, Eriq LaSalle and others. This floor tile from the actual emergency room floor the show was filmed is signed by all of the actors listed above.

Honeymooners Signed Photo: Although the show was only on for one season, it is still the standard for what all other sitcoms are judged by. The show’s stars –Jackie Gleason, Aubrey Meadows, Art Carney and Art Carney – gave memorable performances, and there are too many great scenes to list here. This signed photo has the autographs of the four main stars on a beautiful black and white cast photo.

Visit both Antiquities: at the Forum Shops, Las Vegas,; or Antiquities at Pier 39, San Francisco,




Popular Collectibles Are On the Rise

Toby Stoffa Antiquities Las Vegas

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Nothing quite satisfies the average collector when it comes to pursuing the objects of their affection.  As recently as last week, it was discovered that a painting a collector had stored in his Norwegian attic since the 1930’s had been confirmed as a work of art completed by Vincent Van Gogh.  While we all wish that we had treasures hidden in our attic valued in the tens of millions of dollars, there is still a large market for collectibles and antiques in the more affordable ranges of society.  Autographed memorabilia, music posters and historically relevant collectibles are just a few of the more popular items that collectors have been feverishly buying up.


In the past, it was often difficult to find something you were looking for specifically; your options were limited to posting ads that you were looking for a particular item, going to stores or events, finding ads and on the rare occasion, personally stumbling across exactly what you had been looking for.  Collectibles and antiquities are unique in the sense that there is always a niche market for a particular item; there will always be collectors obsessed with Elvis memorabilia, others who are infatuated with Marilyn Monroe items, and so on.


With the advent of the internet, more and more businesses, sellers and buyers have been able to reach out to each other to find what the hot collectibles are on the market.  Toby Stoffa has assembled a fantastic collection of antiquities and collectibles that span decades of history.  Everything from documents signed by Abraham Lincoln to a guitar signed by Aerosmith can be found within the confines of her store.  If you have been searching for that difficult-to-find item, look no further than Toby Stoffa and her wonderful Antiquities Las Vegas collectibles website.