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Anyone interested in a Signed Harry Potter book with a C.O.A -Lifetime guarantee

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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months agoFeedback:7 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I am looking to sell my cherished signed copy of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince , childrens edition.
It comes with a signed/stamped c.o.a. with a lifetime guarantee-which i will pass to the buyer.
It was bought in 2005 and was signed at the Edinburgh launch party and it was purchased from a book seller who gave me the certificate with it.
I need the cash to pay for my laptop and an upcoming vet bill, otherwise would not contemplate selling.
If anyone is interested i can email pics of the book which is Brand new and unread and the certificate too.
Just thought i would ask before asking for help to put pics on here !!!
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months agoFeedback:7 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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And a price you're willing to accept.
Which 'book seller' issued the Certificate of Authenticity? Are they regulated at all? Eg by the PADA or the like? Is the CoA backed up by a refund guaruntee should an independant expert verify it as a fake? Is it handsigned, pre printed, machine penned or what? As it is the launch party I take it this is a first edition?
The certificate has a number on it and says
said item is documented to be original and authentic, every item is aquired in person or by known colleagues in the same industry.
All of our items come with a lifetime guarantee .
This certificate is invalid without the corporate seal.
It has the stamped seal and is signed - not pre-printed.
It states it was signed in Edinburgh on the 16th July 2005.
Its a first Edition and First print.
Pics will be on shortly and i am looking at offers over £200 -thanks everyone
Have you considered taking a loan out (if you can) instead of selling a book you cherish that is only going to grow with value?

If this is proved totally authentic - then £200 is a good sale.

Wish i had the cash!

I am not working at present and can't get a loan and no family around to help out !!
I feel for you then catwoman - as a avid J. K Rowling fan it would be so hard for me to part with this item.
Yes, i am a major fan -but my cats have to take priority!!!

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