How much are the first editions of Harry Potter worth?


As of 2014, first editions of the "Harry Potter" books are worth anywhere from $200 to $55,000, depending on which book of the series is owned, whether it is the American or British edition and whether J.K. Rowling has signed the book.

While first editions of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" and "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" can be found for as little as approximately $200, signed copies of the same books are worth several thousand dollars. The truly rare "Harry Potter" book is the first edition of the first U.K. printing of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone." With only 500 copies printed, these volumes are worth $40,000 to $55,000 apiece.

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if it is the first or second, it is worth alot, sometimes up to £30000! The third can be worth some money depending on the condition and print. The rest are not worth anything
AbeBooks reports that first-run first-edition sales advertised through them (they are a portal for used-book sales) run about $40,000–$55,000. Most of the 200 non-library copies
An unsigned first edition copy of "Harry Potter and
You'd get about $10 to $20 each, assuming that the books are in Fine condition, and assuming that you sold to another private party. I own a used book store, and I won't pay more
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