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Harry Potter - Nynphadora Tonks's Wand - NN8250

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An authentic reproduction of the Magic Wand of Nymphadora Tonks used in the movie " Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ™ "

E ' made from resin and has a length of 36 cm .
Comes with box

It 'a product officially licensed Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Nymphadora Tonks ( Nymphadora Tonks ) is a character of the literary saga of Harry Potter, written and devised by British author J. K. Rowling. This character appears for the first time in the fifth book in the series , Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

Nymphadora Tonks , who prefers to be called Tonks or just Dora , is a young witch, dark-eyed and heart -shaped face , described as a cheerful girl and a little 'dizzy .

Curious is that Tonks is nothing more than an anagram of the word onomatopoeia " stonk " , probably a reference to his great carelessness .

Unlike the book, in which her hair is short and spiky in the film are long.

Tonks was founded in 1973 and is the daughter of Ted Tonks , Muggle -born and Andromeda Black , Sirius Black's favorite cousin and sister in Bellatrix Black Lestrange and Narcissa Black Malfoy in .
The marriage of his parents represented a serious stumbling block to the Black family , and in fact his mother Andromeda will be disowned by his family.

The witch has a special power , which is a Metamorphmagus , has the ability to transform the look of his body at will , allowing it to change every time especially hair color , which in the course of history will always take a new hairstyle , initially shorts and purple, then move on to long and shocking pink color , etc. .
This potential has also allowed us to obtain the status of an Auror and join the Order of the Phoenix , the group of wizards and witches who are opposed to evil, even though she herself admits to being " goffissima " and not to excel in the missions of secrecy .
It is also a fan of the rock band The Weird Sisters .

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Description HARRY POTTER, characters, names and related indicia are trademarks of and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Harry Potter Publishing Rights © JKR. (S10)

Harry Potter è una serie di romanzi fantasy suddivisa in sette volumi, ideata dalla scrittrice J. K. Rowling all'inizio degli anni novanta e concretizzata tra il 1997 e il 2007.

L'opera, ambientata nell'Inghilterra degli anni novanta, descrive le avventure di Harry Potter e dei suoi migliori amici, Ronald Weasley e Hermione Granger.
L'ambientazione principale è la Scuola di Magia e Stregoneria di Hogwarts, dove vengono educati i giovani maghi del Regno Unito e non solo.

Harry Potter è esploso nel 1997 come fenomeno letterario in Inghilterra, dove in quell'anno usciva col titolo Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Nel 1998 il successo attraversa la Manica e si propaga per il mondo. Solo in Italia il primo libro della serie, Harry Potter e la pietra filosofale, fu pubblicato con una tiratura iniziale di 20.000 copie.

Vince nel dicembre dello stesso anno il Premio Cento, riconoscimento dedicato alla letteratura per ragazzi.

La Warner Bros. acquista i diritti per un film e nel novembre 2001 l'omonimo Harry Potter e la pietra filosofale conquista i cinema di tutto il mondo.

In soli 11 anni (1997-2008), l'intera serie ha venduto un totale di 480 milioni di copie.

I libri sono stati tradotti in 73 lingue tra cui il latino e il greco antico.

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Set Product as New from Date May 11, 2010
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