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Josiah Rowe

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November 15, 2010
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French Cover

Hi Josiah !

Jean-Claude Götting, the french illustrator, first illustrated Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone like this for the paperback edited in 1998 (only front cover).

In 2007, he painted 3 new covers for HP1, HP2 & HP3 (including front cover & back cover). These covers were used by Folio in order to edit the books with a new design !

{{SUBST:Utilisateur:Kevin51340/autosig}} 00:33, November 30, 2010 (UTC)

Danish covers


In Denmark, there isn't anything called adult and children version. All the versions are just normal.

The first style was neither this one, nor this one. The first was this one. The second: this one and the third: this one

When it comes to Phoenix, this one is the first, and after that this one came.

Paperback and hardback: In the beginning in the publishing of every book, there was a think line on the hardback versions like this one, and the paperback versions only had a picture, like this one. But a couple of months after every publishing, this style was used to both paperback and hardback. I don't know this one, but it's probably hardback.

All the illustrations are drawn by Per Jørgensen, I think, but I am not sure about this style, I don't think it's him, but I don't know who it could be, if it isn't him...?

The Danish cover system is very strange, and if there is something, I forgot to explain or something I haven't explained good enough, leave a message on my talk page.

- ƃuıuɹoɥʇ(Send me an owl) 14:45, December 4, 2010 (UTC)

You can find all the original covers here, but the image quality is bad - it's the only place, I can find HP2 original (if you want better quality on the original 1 and 3-7, you can find 1 here 3 here 4 here, 5 here, 6 here and 7 here).
There is a mistake in Cover art#Danish covers: Replace the two Phoenix covers with each other.
- ƃuıuɹoɥʇ(Send me an owl) 16:41, December 6, 2010 (UTC)
I'm so sorry, I made a mistake
The books with the thick line is the second edition and the books without the line, but the same picture is the first. I'm so sorry
-ƃuıuɹoɥʇ(Send me an owl) 10:47, December 8, 2010 (UTC)

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