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Rare Harry Potter first edition sells for £75,000 [Video]

Rare Harry Potter first edition sells for £75,000

A rare Harry Potter first edition has sold for £75,000 at auction, more thandouble the asking price. The book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone,was being sold by an English ex-pat who..

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