London, South Kensington
19 March 2008
ROWLING, J. K. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. [London:] Bloomsbury, 1999. Large 8° (233 x 150mm). Hogwarts' coat-of-arms and motto on half title and title. Original red cloth lettered in gilt with coloured pictorial label by Thomas Taylor inset on upper cover, gilt edges. In a velved-lined red buckram collector's box. FIRST DE-LUXE EDITION.
With the 6 other 'Harry Potter' titles in their FIRST DE-LUXE EDITIONS, 3 of them -- Chamber of Secrets, Azkaban and Goblet of Fire -- in velvet-lined buckram collector's boxes matching the publisher's cloth, and the last 3 unopened in the publisher's shrink-wrap polythene.
A FULL SET OF THE 'HARRY POTTER' FIRST DE-LUXE EDITIONS IN FINE CONDITION. (7)
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