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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Librarian’s Signed First-Edition “Harry Potter” Books After Chance Meeting with the Author in 1999 Went Up for Auction
A school librarian’s two signed first-edition “Harry Potter” books and original photo with the author went up for auction at Hansons Auctioneers.
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.
“This Is the Condition I Like to See My Books In”: First-Edition and Signed “Harry Potter” Books on “Antiques Roadshow”
Two signed “Potter” books have astonished viewers on “Antiques Roadshow” while a rare first edition is going for private sale at Christie’s.
We’ve seen several “Harry Potter” first editions at auction lately, but that doesn’t mean that this one in Edinburgh is any less exciting.