How much do the illustrated Harry Potter books weigh?

How much do the illustrated Harry Potter books weigh?

The Standard Edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition weighs a total of 4.68lbs, whilst the Deluxe Edition weighs 10.5lbs.

How much did the Harry Potter books Gross?

Harry Potter Has Earned Her an Enormous Amount of Money In 2019, Business Insider reported that Rowling’s book sales totaled more than $7.7 billion, while the Harry Potter movies grossed more than $7.7 billion.

Will the rest of the Harry Potter books be illustrated?

Jim Kay has so far illustrated four of the seven Harry Potter books in the series, with his most recent work in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire released back in 2019. The Illustrated Edition of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix will follow in 2022.

Is there a Harry Potter illustrated book 5?

‘Order of the Phoenix’ Illustrated Edition release date The fifth book is even longer than Goblet, so we expect the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Illustrated Edition release date will be no earlier than Fall 2021.

How tall was Harry Potter in each book?

I would put his height here at 5’7” (the average for a 15-year-old white male). BMI is most likely still healthy but maybe not, possibly around 19 or 20 (anything below 18 is too thin). Harry is “within an inch of” James’s height at a similar age.

How much is a copy of Harry Potter worth?

Online book marketplace AbeBooks, which specialises in rare books, has detailed exactly which editions are worth a good deal more than their cost price – ranging from £200 to over £50,000.

What’s the value of a first edition Harry Potter book?

If your book features all of the above, your copy of The Philosopher’s Stone is a first edition and is worth more than a few shillings. For the US edition of the first Harry Potter book, you’re looking for the number line: 1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2 8 9/9 0/0 01 02.

How much is Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince worth?

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince By the time this book was published in July 2005, J.K. Rowling no longer conducted book tours – which means her autograph makes true first editions rather valuable. True first edition, autographed by Rowling: Up to $5,000; True first edition, autographed by illustrator Mary GrandPre: Up to $250