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Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 12 - Troll
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£29.99
In stock

Description

Trolls aren’t bright creatures, but they are huge, hulking and prone to violence. This is the famous “Troll! In the Dungeons!” that Professor Quirrell was screaming about when he crashed in to the Halloween feast in Harry’s first year (Quirrell neglected to mention, however, that he’d let the troll in himself in order to create a diversion to steal the Philosophers Stone for Lord Voldemort…) Fortunately, the troll was eventually trapped and apprehended in a girls’ bathroom by Harry, Ron and Hermione. This finely decorated, hand-painted troll statue depicts the unfriendly chap with his club, surrounded by broken pieces of sink. The elegant display case and back panel showing the girls’ bathroom can be removed, making this an exquisite gift for magizoologists and Harry Potter fans and collectors alike.

This official Noble Collection Troll 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 15cm). Packaged in a removable clear plastic box, it weighs approx. 730g. Cases are bewitched so you do not need to feed or clean your new creature (and you can’t smell him either).

To view the rest of our Harry Potter Magical Creatures collection, visit the Magical Creatures section of The Shop That Must Not Be Named website which specialises in official Harry Potter merchandise and gifts.

Delivery

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    • 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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