The “Harry Potter” book’s owner bought it for 30p (39¢) from Wolverhampton Library in England because it had become too tatty to lend out.
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Signed First Edition of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” Sells for Record Amount at Auction
A pristine signed first edition of “Philosopher’s Stone” has broken a British record after selling at auction in London, England.
Two rare “Harry Potter” books stood out at a recent auction in England. Learn more about what makes these copies so interesting.
Investment app Otis is giving you the chance to invest in a copy of “Philosopher’s Stone” that’s worth over $115,000.
A near-pristine first-edition copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” has been sold at auction for a record-breaking $471,000.
A first print of “Philosopher’s Stone” was one of the rare items auctioned off by Tennants Auctioneers.
A Mother’s Love: Mother Leaves Behind “Harry Potter” First Edition Valued Between £20,000 and £30,000
Many years ago, a mother bought her daughters a copy of “Philosopher’s Stone,” which has been discovered to be a first edition valued at £20,000.
A retired civil servant was surprised to learn that his hardback copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” was one of the original 500 copies and that it is expected to sell at auction for a big sum.
UPDATED: Father Learns Copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” Is Actually Rare First Edition
Imagine finding out that your “Harry Potter” book is worth a considerable amount of money! A British father made that discovery, and now the book is up for auction.