Is This The Most Expensive ‘Harry Potter’ Collectible Ever?

Are you the ultimate “Harry Potter” fan? Do you have $1,000 to spare? Do you want a collectible set of 8 books that detail the production of all 8 “Harry Potter” movies? Are you nuts?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, we may have found the perfect collectible for you in “Harry Potter: Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey.”

Entertainment Weekly premiered this very exclusive 8-volume collection of books that are meant to resemble books that Harry, Hermione or Ron would find on a shelf at Hogwarts, including a full-scale replica of the snarling “The Monster Book of Monsters.”

According to Amazon:

This limited edition featuring never-before-published art and photographs, comes with its own cloth-covered shelf (as if from a shop in Diagon Alley), and includes a gilded portfolio of five frame-able prints, a replica of The Monster Book of Monsters, and eight gorgeous books chronicling the making of the Harry Potter films, from creatures and costumes to casting and set locations.

EW says, six of the books details (I hope VERY intricately) the production process of the “Potter” films including special effects, props, wardrobe, etc. The seventh book focuses on the behind-the-scenes relationships between the cast and crew, while the eighth is the aforementioned “Monster Book of Monsters.”

“Harry Potter: Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey” comes out on December 4, but if you pre-order it now from Amazon, you’ll get 40% off. Which is $400! So if you got the dough, get to it, there are only 3,000 sets being released worldwide.

[Source: EW]