Daniel Radcliffe "Harry Potter" Signature Wand from
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DescriptionDaniel Radcliffe "Harry Potter" Signature Wand from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Warner Bros., 2004). Original wand constructed of cast resin, expertly painted and finished to appear as an organic tree twig graduating toward a more refined wand tip. Used by Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) in the third installment in the blockbuster movie franchise.
Wand styles changed from the first two films when director Alfonso Cuaron decided it was time for the main characters to choose different wands. The actors were allowed to choose for themselves from a selection of wands created by the prop department. Daniel Radcliffe chose this wand, which he felt best reflected the personality of his character, Harry Potter.
The 14.25" long wand is highly visible throughout the movie. Exhibiting production wear and handling. In Very Good to Fine condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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