Where you one of Harry Potter’s first fans?
In this case, you can sit on a real gold mine.
A small detail on page 53 shows about your book is worth SEK 230 000.
A copy of the first printing of the JK Rowling first book of Harry Potter, “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” valued at 20,000 pounds, equivalent to just over 230 000, according to the Sun.
in November can book under the hammer at an auction in London and book valued then at almost a quarter of a million crowns.
sold in 400 million copies
JK Rowling’s books about the wizard has sold over 400 million copies worldwide. But first edition of the first book was printed only 500 copies and these books can now prove to be a goldmine.
Rarities recognized by a typographical error on page 53 in the book, writes Sun.
Press error makes the book valuable
It listed what Harry Potter and other aspiring magicians are expected to bring to the wizarding school Hogwarts and list both starts and ends with “1 wand”, in Swedish “a piece wand “. The repetition is a printing error that can only be found right in the first edition of the book. So if you were an early “Harry Potter” -fan and bought “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” in English back in 1997 when it came out in the UK, so it may be time to check on page 53 contains the same errors. In this case, the book can be worth almost a quarter of a million crowns. READ ALSO JK Rowling’s wizarding movie gets sequel