Are you one of those not to have missed a single Harry Potter book? Maybe it’s about time you kept them somewhere secure, since they may be worth much more than their initial price.
They may even be in the four digit spectrum! And this can occur, once their writer J.K. Rowling have signed them. According to Adebooks and their guide on how one can estimate their books’ price, which will differ based on the book’s number, since the greatest the young wizard would grow, the less book his creator would sign.
Their value may be even higher in case you have one copy of the first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, if the writer is refered to as Joan Rowling. After the book’s succes, she chose to be refered to as J.K. Rowling, hoping her gender would not be an obstacle for a potential reader.
What is also noteworthy with J.K. Rowling is that -unlike most books- they did not need many years for their price to reach such levels, while it usually takes a few decades to become collectible.
Watch the following video for more information on how to estimate your books’ value!