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    Two First Editions Signed by Rowling

    J. K. Rowling. Two Harry Potter First Editions Signed by the Author, including: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. London: Bloomsbury, 2000. First edition. Signed in black ink by the author on the title page. Octavo. 636 pages. Jacket illustration by Giles Greenfield. Publisher's original pictorial boards and original pictorial dust jacket. A fine copy. [and:] Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. [London]: Bloomsbury, [2003]. First edition. Signed in black ink by the author on the title page. Octavo 766 pages. Publisher's pictorial boards and original pictorial dust jacket. Fine condition.

    Accompanying the books are two photographs of Rowling signing the books, a letter of authenticity from Cheviot Books and a letter from Rowling's personal assistant detailing donation of a signed copy of Order of the Phoenix, presumably this present copy, for a charity auction.

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    October, 2010
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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