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Arthur Weasley's letter to Ronald Weasley
Letter information
Sender

Arthur Weasley

Addressee

Ronald Weasley

Date of writing

1996

Subject

Arthur tells his son that one of the Vanishing Cabinets is still in Borgin and Burkes.

Delivered via

Owl (presumably)

"I got a letter from Dad this morning. The one in Borgin and Burkes is still there."
—Ron about the letter.[src]

This letter was written in 1996 by Arthur Weasley to Ronald Weasley. It was about the Vanishing Cabinet in Borgin and Burkes, informing the latter that it was still there.[1]

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