A cheap library sale find is now set to earn its owner up to £30,000.
A unique signed copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” featuring many cast signatures, including what is potentially Daniel Radcliffe’s first-ever autograph, is up for auction later this month.
Bloomsbury Publishing Reflects on a Successful Year, and Two “Harry Potter” Books Earn Best-Seller Status
Bloomsbury Publishing has released details of its financial successes for the past year, and two “Harry Potter” books have earned spots on the best-seller list.
If you have enough Galleons in your Gringotts account, you might be able to get your hands on a first-edition copy of “Philosopher’s Stone”! An ex-library copy is up for auction until May 30.
The Arabic-language audiobook of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” is now available for download via the Storytel app.
With the trademark flaws that make first printings of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” desirable to collectors, plus two instances of J.K. Rowling’s signature inside, the book went well above its estimated top price of $78,000.
“Harry Potter” books strike gold with signed first editions earning sacks full of Galleons.
Nesmith’s translation of the first book, “Harry Potter a Me Ka Pōhaku Akeakamai”, includes Harry’s owl Lehua and Peto Huluhulu, the three-headed dog.