You can collect some cash by selling your copies of the Harry Potter books as the series turns 25.
for a quarter century, harry potter Fans have collectively spent billions on the franchise and now is the chance for some to capitalize on it.
The Seven-Book Series Takes the Mughals into the Wizarding World harry potterFollowing the young man, he makes friends, foes and major achievements.
Initially, UK publisher Bloomsbury introduced the books in a short run, not expecting the books to be successful.
The series would eventually sell 500 million copies and be turned into eight films and one play.
Additionally, theme parks take readers straight to Hogsmead on the Hogwarts Express.
The first book to begin the series was Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, as it was released in United Kingdom on 26 June 1997.
Since then, the books and movies have been cherished by fans all over the world.
Now books are being bought for thousands of dollars on bidding sites like EBAYBecause the original copies become even more valuable.
But as with all items, keep in mind that how much your collectors items cost may depend on the situation.
Check your attic, basement, and bookshelf for these widely coveted editions of the Harry Potter books.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone – $104.50
The book that started it all.
This special first edition of the popular series was signed by JK Rowling herself and recently sold on ebay for $104.50.
The signed copy started at just $1 and had eight bidders.
Each offer only raised the bid by a few dollars until the price reached $25 to $50.
and sold for about $105 after 23 bids.
Don’t Be Disappointed To Sell Your Copy, Same Gone For One $2,500 from a different seller.
Harry Potter Half-Blood Prince – $1,525
The sixth book in the series probably found its value in the authenticity of Ms. Rowling’s signature.
The seller, probstein123, is a reputable merchant that sells over 3.7 million items and has almost 100% positive feedback.
The book was published in 2005 and quickly became a fan favorite, which is why after 19 bidders and 38 bids, it sold for over $1,500.
The starting price was surprisingly low – less than $1.
It jumped from $20 to $50 to $100 once fans realized what was being sold and just kept on growing.
And after seven days it was sold to one lucky buyer for $1,525.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – $2,024
Book number three of this series was the highest priced from our list due to the Advanced Reader’s Copy (ARC).
according to SellerIt was the last book in the series to have an ARC, as Scholastic stopped distributing them after this book.
This book is in excellent condition and is considered vintage, adding to its value.
The seller knew what they had, so the starting price was $1,000.
There were only four bidders and the battle was intensifying as the price went from $1,125 to $1,550 to $1,999 and then sold for $2,024.
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