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    Daniel Radcliffe "Harry Potter" Hogwarts acceptance letter from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. (Warner Bros., 2001) Consisting of a 7.25 x 5.25 in. parchment-like transmittal envelope addressed in green print, "Mr. H. Potter, The Cupboard Under the Stairs, 4, Privet Drive, Little Whinging, Surrey". On the back flap is imprinted the Hogwarts crest, and the flap is sealed with a Hogwarts wax stamp seal. The unopened envelope contains a 2-page acceptance letter printed on Hogwarts letterhead stationery.  As seen delivered to young "Harry Potter" (Daniel Radcliffe). Accompanied by a Warner Bros. memo regarding the charity this letter was originally donated to, a COA on Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone stationary signed by Warner Bros. executive Simon Graham-Clare, and a color copy of the enclosed acceptance letter. In production used very fine condition.

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    June, 2016
    29th Wednesday
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