Loads Of Harry Potter Memorabilia Is Going Up For Auction And We Want In

Get your hands on an actual Hogwarts acceptance letter
Loads Of Harry Potter Memorabilia Is Going Up For Auction And We Want In
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Dusty Baxter-WrightBy Dusty Baxter-Wright -
Unlike Harry Potter, the opportunity to enter the world of witchcraft and wizardry hasn't exactly presented itself to us, and so we'll take any opportunity to feel like we've been to Hogwarts.

Like this incredible Prop Store Auction, which is giving mere muggles the chance to get their hands on something from the Harry Potter franchise by bidding for different items later this month.


There are numerous incredible things on offer, including an actual Hogwarts acceptance letter used in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, when 4 Privet Drive is flooded with them.

The lot description reads, "The hero envelope features a real red-wax Hogwarts seal, unlike the many entirely printed versions that were also used in the scene.

"The envelope remains sealed with a letter seemingly contained within. The envelope is in excellent condition; the wax seal has cracked and two small fragments are missing, but the Hogwarts crest is still clearly identifiable."

Sound up your street? It'll cost you - there's already a bid for £3,000 [Dhs14,548].

*Ransacks savings*

*Realises it's probably not enough*


Ron Weasley's Howler is also up for sale for a casual £1,500 [Dhs7,274], with the description reading, "The envelope is made of red card with a cream printed address label. A length of burgundy ribbon is wrapped vertically around it, and fixed at the back with a gold-coloured wax seal bearing a 'W' for Weasley, which is still intact.

"The letter features the text of the Howler printed in a calligraphic font. Also included is an 8'x 10' still of the scene in the movie, autographed by Rupert Grint in silver pen."


Some gifts that were given to the cast and crew at the end of The Half-Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows: Part 1 are also up for sale, starting at a slightly more reasonable £100 [Dhs484].

The auction goes down on September 29 2017. Is it too late to start saving?

H/T Cosmo UK