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Harry Potter Audiobook Book 1 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Audiobook
Is my Harry Potter book valuable?
Proofs or proof copies are unpublished books that are produced before the actual finished product. These are usually sent out to members of the press; some can be held for in-office use as well. Bloomsbury proof copies look very different than the published product. In incredibly rare instances, trial jackets were mailed along with the proofs. Philosopher's Stone trial jackets are the most coveted and are exceedingly rare. Chamber of Secrets trial jackets are also rare, but are the most common in the market; that said, I've seen 3 Chamber trial jackets, no Philosopher's Stone trial jackets, and 1 Azkaban trial jacket, so common is highly relative; each of the trial jackets are incredibly scarce. For more information about the Azkaban trial jacket, Click Here.
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T he Harry Potter series only began in and yet J. Rowling's books have become highly collectible. It usually takes decades for a book to become collectible and gain significant value on the rare book market. Do you have a valuable Harry Potter gathering dust under your bed? Demand for collectible Harry Potters has not decreased even though the last book in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , was published in One simple guideline to collecting Potter books: anything signed by JK Rowling has significant financial value. A book signed by one of the illustrators is much less valuable.
But to have any real collectable value, it has to be a copy of the first edition, first impression also known as the first printing. This means the very first batch of books off the press, of which there were only a few thousand. Harry Potter first edition, softcover issue. First, what do the books look like? The first printing was bound in two different ways. The rarest is the hardback issue, with a cover of laminated boards.