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Harry Potter Collectables

A must have for fans of the boy wizard, Harry Potter collectables from all seven of the books and films will delight any wizard enthusiast. Whether you are searching for a gift or you are adding pieces to your own personal collection, Harry Potter merchandise is essential for any budding witch or wizard.

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These pieces are suitable for child and adult muggles alike. They include Harry Potter scarves from all of the four houses: Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff and Slytherin. Detailed with house colours and finished with the crest on the front, these scarves are perfect for when you're heading to a fancy dress party or if you just want to bring a magical element to your winter wear.

Platform 9 ¾ signs are ideal if you want to bring a little bit of Harry Potter's King's Cross to your children's bedroom or to your own study. These renowned signs can be hung on the wall or propped up on bookshelves and desks.


No wizard collection is complete without a Harry Potter wand . There is a wide range of wands from characters that include Professor Dumbledore, Professor Filius Flitwick, Hermione Granger, Neville Longbottom, Professor Snape, Harry and 'He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named' himself, Voldemort. Some of the wands have LED lights, while others come with a name clip.

For the real Harry Potter fan

Other items include Hogwarts acceptance letters, Marauder's maps and Hogwarts express train tickets, perfect to delight children who want to enrich their playtime with believable props. There are wizard chess sets, which have thirty two pieces and are made to replicate the chess set in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.


Harry Potter collectable clothing items include pyjama sets for children and adults, baseball caps, ties, hooded jumpers, zipped jackets and robes. These are ideal for casual days in the house when you want to get into character and reread the books or rewatch the films.

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