Harry Potter first edition set could make $64,000 in London



2015-06-26 13:31:30

Harry Potter first edition set could make $64,000 in London

A first edition set of Harry Potter books will feature in the November 28 sale

A seven volume complete set of Harry Potter first editionsis valued at 30,000-40,000 ($47,919-63,892) ahead of Dreweatts and Bloomsbury's November 28 auction in London.

All but the first book have dust jackets, with the second and third novels also featuring the signature of artist Cliff Wright - who designed the covers.

Harry Potter books signed The set is presented along with letters of provenance

The books are presented in mint condition in custom morocco-backed drop-back boxes, along with seven original pieces of artwork by the corresponding dust jacket artists.

The set is housed in a custom-made crushed velvet lined wood and leather case.

We have this signed copy of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, signed by Daniel Radcliffe.

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