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Ok guys, we know the exact measurements of pretty much every Harry Potter school book, thanks to the Minalima prints. Still nothing about "A beginners guide to transfiguration", though (please note that I'm referiring to the leather cover edition featured in the Harry Potter movies, and not the paper, 1920s edition recently designed for "the Crimes of Grindelwald"). It's so hard to find pictures online (I'm attaching the only picture of the actual prop i could find), that I'm wondering if it's even displayed anywhere? House of Minalima? WB studio tour? I only had a chance to go to the Harry potter exhibition, and unfortunately they only had "An advanced guide to transfiguration" there. Has anyone got a chance to take pictures of the book, decent enough to be used to extract the exact proportions? Better would be if the book was showed next to any others whose measurements are known, so that we could extract its measurements by comparison. Chamber of secrets movie feature the old edition of the book, the one Lucius Malfoy extracts from Ginny Wealey's cauldron in order secretly let slip Tom Riddle's diary in it... but I have a feeling that prop has been deliberately made a little different from the Newest edition shown on McGonagall's desk in Philosopher's stone (even the cover art is different). Help, anybody?