First edition hardback Harry Potter to be sold for up to £150,000 at auction

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Book will be sold alongside Daniel Radcliffe's Hero Wand from 2001 film. Items form part of auction organised by film and TV memorabilia company Propstore. Over 1500 lots to be sold during the auction, due to take place from November 3-6. Total value estimated in excess of �11 million.
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First edition hardback of Harry Potter to be sold for up to £150,000 at auction

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First edition Harry Potter book expected to fetch up to £150k at auction

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First edition hardback Harry Potter to be sold for up to £150,000 at auction

The book will be sold alongside franchise star Daniel Radcliffe’s ‘Hero Wand’, which is estimated to go for up to £30,00

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First edition hardback of Harry Potter to be sold for up to £150,000 at auction

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First edition hardback of Harry Potter to be sold for up to £150,000

Over 1,500 lots will be sold during the auction.

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