This is a rare opportunity to purchase the best of the best, the rarest of the rare, top (book)shelf Harry Potter books in one sale from my personal collection.
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Philosopher's Stone Gujarati Translation
One of the rarest Harry Potter translations, Gujarati is on the Big 6 list! No other books in the series were printed in Gujarati.
The book is in VG condition. There is shelf wear on the top and bottom of the spine, the spine body has creasing and light sun fading. Name written on the first page.
Prisoner of Azkaban Uncorrected Proof
It doesn't get much rarer than this. Uncorrected proofs from the UK are some of the rarest and most sought-after Harry Potter books. This purple proof is the rarest printed Harry Potter book on earth! One of only 50 copies! Unfortunately, many of these proofs were tossed after being read. It is unknown how many still exist.
This stunning copy is in VG+ to Fine condition. It is extremely rare to find a proof in this condition. While it is possible that it was, this copy does not show any signs of being read. The spine has not been cracked! The binding is incredibly tight and the text block is clean. The bottom of the spine shows some very light shelf wear. The back cover has what appears to be a few "bleached" spots.
This is the first of two Prisoner of Azkaban uncorrected proofs. The interior has word placeholder x's at the rear of the book. A very cool feature of the purple proofs.
This was my personal copy.
Sorcerer's Stone Hardcover SIGNED in 1999
Signed in 1999 during J.K. Rowling's second US tour for Prisoner of Azkaban. This is a bold example of a 1999 tour signature and may represent an earlier signature due to the size of the signature, specifically the O. Many 1999 signed books are rushed and on the sloppy side as Rowling was required to sign thousands of books within a short time.
Signing location and exact date are unknown. October 1999.
The book is in VG+ to Fine condition with minor shelf wear to the book. Appears unread. No internal writing except for the autograph. 18th printing.
Included with the book is a Letter of Authenticity and information card from Adam Houston: The Harry Potter Specialist and the only approved J.K. Rowling authentication service of The Potter Collector.