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The Most Ludicrous DVD/Blu-ray Box Sets Ever | Harry Potter Hogwarts Replica (Blu-ray)
Harry Potter Hogwarts Replica (Blu-ray)

Approximately 11 inches wide and 12 inches high at the Astronomy tower, this 16 pound (7.25kg) cold-cast porcelain replica of Hogwarts is a thing of crenellated beauty. Originally unveiled after The Half-Blood Prince (the sixth film) was released on Blu-ray back in 2009, Warner Bros. merchandising HQ were sensible enough to leave space in the drawer beneath the figurine (where the Blu-rays are stored) for both parts of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, thereby preventing riots of Battle Of Hogwarts-sized proportions from those who had bought it with two films still to come. And this way you have a convenient reference guide for all the school-based shenanigans of the series, so you can match the action on screen to the scale model handily perched in front of you.

Current price online: £389.98

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