Seller: chriskn (1,432) 100%, Location: Renton, Washington, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 260968289926 As I continue to sell a few "lesser" items from my Harry Potter movie prop collection, here is another great item! This is a screen-used movie prop wand from Harry Potter and the Sorceror's (Philosopher's) Stone. The wand was used by one of the students in Professor Flitwick's class (the "wingardium leviosa" scene where the students try to make the feather float). This screen-used wand is made of resin and wood, and is 14 inches (35.6cm) in length. As with all movie props, it is not in new condition, although for this particular item, it's much better than most (a whole lot better condition than the Tom Riddle diary I recently sold!) For those of you that haven't seen my past auctions, you can view my movie prop collection at home.comcast.net/~potternut and thereby see that this is a real movie prop! As I mentioned, I've sold numerous items from my collection already, including many of the Ollivander's wand boxes, a lot of the Gringott's stuff, and the Tom Riddle diary (that sold just a couple of weeks ago). If you are interested in a wand but can't afford this one, you may want to consider getting the other wand I have for sale on eBay right now: it's a beautiful wand (with box) given to the attendees of the North America Premiere of Harry Potter. Although it's not a movie prop, it's still quite collectible! This wand, like so many of the props I obtained for my collection back in 2003-2004, is from a well-known movie prop dealer in the United Kingdom, and a member of the Movie Props Association. A certificate of Authenticity is available from Potternut Trading & Collectibles, if the winner of the wand desires, indicating the provenance of the item. Another sensational item for the serious collector of Harry Potter movie memorabilia! And, as with all of the Harry Potter movie prop items that I've sold on eBay over the past few months, this wand is not likely to be available for very long, as a savvy collector will probably snap it up rather quickly. So, if you're seriously thinking about getting this wand, don't wait for too long or you may just lose the opportunity! Questions? I'll reply quickly to all serious questions from genuinely interested potential buyers!