are there backs to some of those books if so where and ya great link
thanksUsing the address from Ron's acceptance letter, I just edited that on Harry's envelope to make this envelope View attachment 64111 I think the originals belonged to you, Barneyrfd. On the acceptance letter that Harry got that year it says "Sharing the Room in the Attic" but because i don't have those fonts, I had to leave off the Sharing the" part, but it sort of serves the purpose, if that is of any help to you guys
Yep, if you can tell me what it says that would work.I will get out my blu-ray later today and look and see if I can read it and if it's readable I'll see what I can do, though my computer doesn't read blu-rays, would it work if I just looked at it and told you what it says?
oh thank you very much for links. very useful! but i wonder could anyone see the links in legendaryletters.com? i cant see any images in there
I was able to see a few. But everything (or at least all that I saw on there) was stuff to be personalized, and therefore paid for. But I saw a few images. I just went to legendaryletters.com and then underneath Harry Potter it listed everything and so I clicked on one and there were small images and the information about it as well as the stuff about buying it. It looks interesting and all, but I don't feel like paying $12.50 for a Hogwarts Diploma when technically, they wouldn't have gotten one anyway (I hope I have my English schools facts right...?) regardless, I think that's a bit pricey :unsure, especially for many of the items thats are on this site, for free, and the only difference is that they are personalized and mailed out but maybe that's just my opinion. On the other hand, there were some very nice items listed on there that as of yet I haven't happened upon here, though I may have just missed them. If you still have trouble seeing the images I'll see if I can help you outoh thank you very much for links. very useful! but i wonder could anyone see the links in legendaryletters.com? i cant see any images in there
I guess this is related.... I saw How To Succeed today for my birthday (Dan radcliffe was great with John larroquette) and I was just thinking that the book Dan is reading would be a cool prop, and it should be very easy to replicate.