Interestingly enough she has some of the original English edition text and some of the American edited text, all in the same book. First edition, first impression of the Chamber of Secrets, first edition, eleventh impression of Philosopher's Stone, both inscribed by the author for Iain Dallas at a signing when he was a nine-year old-boy. They read lighter and wittier than their American siblings. It's only when a letter arrives, delivered by a shaggy giant of a man called Hagrid, that Harry learns the truth that will transform his entire future: his parents were killed by the evil Lord Voldemort, and he, Harry, is a wizard. The other binding was a regular paperback of which a few thousand copies were produced for sale.
Accompanying the set is the material from the Charity Event, including the ticket to the event. The boards are crisp with light wear to the edges. Nice and clean pages with small ink marks and slightly yellow on the outer edges,previous owner's name written inside the edges of the front cover,pencil mark impression on the edges of the first blank page of the book. Thomas Taylor Cover Art illustrator. For the other titles in the Harry Potter series, it is only the first hardback editions with the dust jacket that have any collectable value. Hello, I have a full set of harry potter books, and was wondering what they would valued at.
Some light wear to the corners and a little lifting to the laminate. From New Zealand to United Kingdom About this Item: Bloomsbury, 1999. The book is in excellent condition. Because library books receive so much wear and tear we are left with only 200 copies in potentially fine collectable condition, and these rarely appear on the market. The last four are all first editions.
Prepare to be spellbound by Jim Kay's dazzling depiction of the wizarding world and much loved characters in this full-colour illustrated hardback edition of the nation's favourite children's book - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Volume seven has yellow sewn bands and a purple marker ribbon rather than the purple sewn bands and green marker ribbon called for in Errington. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. Book and dust jacket are in pristine condition. London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury, 2004. This copy has three light corner bumps else fine.
The Prisoner of Azkaban is also British printed 1999 and goes from 10 to one. I bought them at a charity event. Included are a sampling of the illustrations. Rowling's timeless classic, Jim Kay's glorious illustrations will captivate fans and new readers alike. Next , how do you tell whether your copy, which may look very similar to the one pictured above, is really a valuable first edition? Brimming with rich detail and humour that perfectly complements J. Nice early edition of Rowlings first Potter book. Hi Laura I have a a Harry Potter deluxe gift set in a red box from Bloomsbury press; first 4 potter books.
First edition, third impression Bloomsbury Publishing, Plc, 1997. From New Zealand to United Kingdom About this Item: Bloomsbury, London, 2001. The pages are very mildly toned and a neat previous owners name is present otherwise it is in as new condition. Back of title page in the first edition of Harry Potter. I imagine that the number of readers waiting patiently for the next instalment grows by the day.
There is also the famed Ted Smart edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Bhopal: Manjul Publishing House Pvt. The date of copyright should be 1998, the publisher Bloomsbury, and the number line counting down to 1, and only hardback copies of this book have collectible value. The sequels include Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and Half-Blood Prince, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It was given to me as a Christmas present about that time. This is not the illustrated edition. The original publisher's boards have been painstakingly and skilfully restored to their bold and vibrant original condition.
Near Fine- hardback in a Near Fine- or Very Good+ jacket, protected in a Brodart. First Canadian edition, fourth printing. First published in 1997, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is the first book in the Harry Potter heptalogy. Paperbacks aren't worth even considering. Overall a very good copy indeed or better. Illustrated by Jim Kay in full colour with both full-page and in-text illustrations.
This is the First Edition, First Printing of this deluxe edition. A first edition hardback of the third book is worth up to £100 but generally around £40 A first edition paperback can sell for as little as 99p but can reach £15 at auction. The publisher page credits Joanne Rowling and contains no space between r and 1 on Thomas Taylor 1997 in error. The set was sold at a medical charity event in Scotland. Original pictorial wrappers, titles to front cover in yellow, white and dark green, titles to spine yellow, white and black. Goblet of Fire is a First Edition, First Printing, with First Edition stated on copyright page. A lovely, bright example of the paperback with the original striking covers.
Things that unsettle his guardians, the Dursleys. This is another paragraph Book Description: Harry Potter is an ordinary boy who lives in a cupboard under the stairs at his Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon's house, which he thinks is normal for someone like him who's parents have been killed in a 'car crash'. Joanne Rowling is displayed on copyright page. The publisher has added a hologram to the lower left hand corner of the front cover, not the Rowling hologram. Levine Books, and it was illustrated by Jim Kay. London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury, 2015. Very Good in a Very dust jacket.