Collector Thoughts: 10 Must-Have Items Every ‘Harry Potter’ Collector Should Own

Much like the massively popular Star Wars Saga and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World is full of mystical objects and thanks to the massive following that the series has garnered, there’s an endless amount of props and replicas for fans to collect! For the latest post on The Blog That Must Not Be Named, I’m discussing some of the best items available to fans and ranking the ten pieces that I think every Harry Potter collector should have in their collection.

Note: I currently own most of the items on this list, but I have included a few objects (the most expensive ones) that haven’t found their way into my collection yet.

Hogwarts Express Ticket

It’s small, it’s cheap and it looks frickin’ awesome! Get ready to board the Hogwarts Express and attend the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with this wonderfully detailed and stunning replica!


The Philosopher’s Stone

This stunning and wonderfully displayed replica of the Philosopher’s Stone (Sorcerer’s Stone for those of you in the U.S.) is a must-have for any Harry Potter collector.

Available from The Noble Collection


Deluminator

This awesome replica might not turn your lights out (no matter how hard you try), but it’ll still look pretty cool next to the rest of your collection!

Available from The Noble Collection


Newt’s Case Replica

Ever wanted to climb inside and explore Newt Scamander’s mystical suitcase? Well, now you sorta can! This gorgeous Cinereplicas case is a limited edition, which means it’s quite pricey, but it might be the most beautiful replica on this list.

Available from Cinereplicas


The Marauders Map

Find your way around Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with one of the best items from the Wizarding World. This insanely detailed map is certainly one of the coolest items to own. You’ll spend more than a few hours examining every classroom and corridor.

Available from The Noble Collection


Hogwarts Lego

With over 6,000 pieces, LEGO’s Hogwarts Castle is absolutely epic in scale and astonishingly detailed. It might take a chunk out of your wallet (and your room), but it’s certainly worth the cost.

Available from LEGO


Godric Gryffindor Sword

Unfortunately, in the real world, the sword of Gryffindor doesn’t just appear. It must be purchased, and it ain’t cheap. This beautiful replica of Godric Gryffindor’s sword is perhaps the most beautiful item available, although its price certainly reflects its beauty.

Available from The Noble Collection


Character Wand

How are you gonna cast spells if you don’t have a wand? Every Harry Potter collector needs a replica of their favourite characters wand. Whether you’re finalising a great costume or simply want something to wave around, a replica wand looks great in any Harry Potter collection.

Available from The Noble Collection


Time Turner

It won’t allow you to turn back time, but this incredible Time Turner replica is easily one of the best items available for Harry Potter collectors, especially ones (like me) who love Hermione.

Available from The Noble Collection


Horcrux Replicas

Who wouldn’t want to own a small piece of Lord Voldemort’s soul? Collecting the Horcrux’s can be an expensive hobby, but they are undoubtedly some of the most beautiful items available.

Available from The Noble Collection


What’s your favourite Harry Potter item? Make sure you let me know in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this post, please follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also enter your email address and subscribe to The Blog That Must Not Be Named. I have massive plans for this blog and I wouldn’t want a fellow Potterhead to miss out!

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