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Don't miss your chance to bid on this rare piece of movie memorabilia! 

“Don't try too hard to be something you're not.” - Daniel Radcliffe

A stunning Harry Potter movie presentation featuring the rare signature of Daniel Radcliffe.

Daniel Radcliffe is an English actor, best known for his role as Harry Potter in the film series of the same name. 

Harry Potter producer David Heyman and writer Steve Kloves saw him in a London theater in the summer of 2000. The actor was not there to perform, but because he was seated behind Heyman and Kloves. His presence caught their attention, so they offered Radcliffe a two-film contract.

Additional Details:

  • This amazing piece comes presented in a gold
    detailed black gallery frame
  • With a Certificate of Authenticity issued by an AFTAL endorsed dealer.
Donated by
A Friend of St Joseph's Hospice

Item #P85237

  • In condition as donated.
  • Additional shipping charges may apply.
  • Please note: with the introduction of Brexit, customs duties will be charged by couriers to users residing in the EU from January 2021. These charges are to be paid by the user.

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