Sadly, most of us will never get our own acceptance letters to Hogwarts. We keep checking the post, but ... you know, maybe ours just got lost. But Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) fans can buy Harry's original acceptance letter, as shown in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," when it goes on the auction block this Wednesday, September 23.

Prop Store predicts the "rare artifact" to sell at excess of £4,000 (U.S. $6,000) during the London acution. Stephen Lane, Prop Store CEO, said in a media release, "Harry's invitation to Hogwarts marks a key moment in the young man's life, and kicked off one of the most successful film franchises in history. Cinemagoers followed Harry's adventures through eight films, and the sale of this invitation represents a chance to connect with the wizarding world in an unprecedented way. The invitation is a small piece of film history."
Harry's letter is just one cool prop going on the block this week. As Entertainment Weekly noted, the auction will feature props and costumes from more than 150 movies and TV shows, including "Back to the Future," "Doctor Who," "Indiana Jones," "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," "The Notebook," and "X-Men." EW added, "Some of the big ticket items include Leonard Nimoy's Spock costume from 1966, which is expected to go for about $77,000 to $108,000, and Christopher Reeve's underwater tunic from the 1978 Superman, estimated worth between $38,000 to $46,000. The total catalog is estimated to be worth about $1.57 million."

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