Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone: UK 1st Edition 9th Print

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Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone: UK 1st Edition 9th Print. (10 9)

Published by Bloomsbury in 1997.

The book and dust jacket are in very good condition. Dust jacket has some slight creasing and tears but is now protected with an Adaptaroll cover to prevent further damage. Slight wear to the corners and bottom of the spine on the book. Slight yellowing of pages, title page has a small yellow mark below the Hogwarts crest.

First edition-9th printing (10 9). Joanne Rowling is displayed on the copyright page.

There is a print error on page 53; "1 Wand" is listed twice in (it is thought only a very few Later UK Prints had the 'double Wand', which is identical to the first edition- first printing)! A collectible and scarce early printing of this much-loved book.

Further images are available on request, reasonable offers entertained.

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Item #P63575

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