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Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 02 - Dobby
AA6981

£29.99
In stock

Description

Dobby – the shortest character who made the biggest impact on Harry Potter’s life. This noble House Elf saved Mr Potter’s life on more than one occasion. Indeed, House Elves are notable for their strong unwavering loyalty to their masters, even when treated cruelly, and Dobby became fiercely loyal to Harry after he tricked Lucius Malfoy into freeing Dobby with a gift of clothes. This finely decorated, hand-painted Dobby statue depicts the diminutive chap at the moment he became a free elf, opening Tom Riddle’s diary and picking up a sock. The elegant display case and back panel showing a Hogwarts School corridor can be removed, making this an exquisite gift for magizoologists and Harry Potter fans and collectors alike.

This Official Noble Collection Dobby statue is cast in plastic and comes in a brown and clear acrylic case, perfect for display (measures 18cm x 11.5cm x 11.5cm). It can also be removed from the case and its base for individual display (height 13cm). Packaged in a removable clear plastic box, it weighs approx. 550 grams. Cases are bewitched so you do not need to feed or clean your new creature.

To view the rest of our Harry Potter Magical Creatures collection, visit the Magical Creatures section of our website which specialises in official Harry Potter merchandise and gifts.

Delivery

Collection (in York)

If you would like to collect your order from our shop rather than pay for postage, select the 'Click & Collect' delivery option at checkout. Once your goods have been picked and packed we will email you to let you know your goodies are ready for you to pick up.

UK Delivery

Cards Delivery - orders consisting solely of greetings cards cost £1.50 and are sent First Class. We can also write a message in your card and send it directly to the recipient. You can select this option on the individual card web page.
If you purchase cards with other items in our shop then the standard delivery charges, outlined below, will apply.

Standard Delivery on orders under £40 costs £1.50* for Large Letters and £3.95* for Small-Medium Parcels. Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

Standard Delivery on orders over £40 is free* and takes 3-5 working days.

*Some of the bulky/heavy items we offer for sale are excluded from our standard delivery charges and may incur a postage surcharge. If applicable, this is mentioned in the item description. You will be made aware of this during the checkout process. Similarly, some of the smaller and lighter items we sell may cost less to post in which case we will issue a partial postage refund once your order is on its way.

Next Day Delivery (UK Mainland ONLY) on orders consisting solely of cards costs £6.95. Orders must be placed before 2pm. (Monday to Friday only, excludes Bank Holidays). If you purchase cards with other items in our shop then the delivery charges outlined below will apply.

Next Day Delivery (UK Mainland ONLY) costs £6.95 for Large Letters and £9.95 for Small-Medium Parcels. Orders must be placed before 2pm. (Monday to Friday only, excludes Bank Holidays).

Next Day Delivery cannot be guaranteed on Saturdays. All Next Day orders placed on weekends will be delivered on Tuesday.

International Delivery

Delivery to Europe costs from £12.95**.

Delivery to the Rest of the World costs from £19.95**.

All international deliveries come with tracking and require a signature upon receipt.

Please be aware that receiving goods in countries other than European Union member states may incur import duties and/or local taxes which are your responsibility.

**It may sometimes be possible that the standard international delivery charges set out above will prove insufficient for especially bulky/heavy parcels. In this case we will contact you and offer you a postage surcharge to meet the cost of shipping your order. Should you not wish to pay this surcharge we will refund your payment in full and cancel your order. Similarly, some of the smaller and lighter items we sell may cost less to post in which case we will issue a partial postage refund once your order is on its way.

Gift Vouchers

You can purchase gift vouchers for The Shop That Must Not Be Named which can be spent both in store and on our website. Standard delivery for vouchers is free worldwide, unless you choose to upgrade your postage (for example, to Next Day Delivery) or if you purchase them with other items subject to a delivery charge.

Collection

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    Returns

    • No refunds/exchanges after 14 days of delivery.
    • Damaged Items: When good are received in a faulty condition, the customer is entitled to a replacement product, or a full money refund, including postage and return postage.
    • Buyer Remorse: If you have changed your mind about an item you bought, you are entitled to an exchange, or a full money refund, excluding postage and return postage.
    • What to do: To initiate a refund or exchange, please contact us. We will ask you to return the goods in their original condition, with their original packaging and tags. We always recommend using a recorded delivery service and keeping proof of postage, as we cannot be held responsible if returned items are lost in transit.
    • Please allow 14 days for returns to be processed.
    • We regret that due to hygiene regulations, unwanted earrings cannot be returned.

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