Additional Half-Blood Prince Stickers: Poisoned Necklace, Draco as a Victim of the Sectumsempra, Plus New High Res Still of Ginny

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Jun 06, 2009

Posted by SueTLC

Portkey has now released more of their scans from the Panini Sticker album for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. While many many of these stickers we have seen in one form or another, there are a few of interest (SPOILERS) including this of Katie Bell and Leanne walking, carrying a package, when Leanne touches the necklace here. Also of note is this of a bloodied Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) lying wounded on the ground after the Sectumsempra fight. Others included the Advanced Potion Making Book, drunken Hagrid and Slughorn singing together, Cormac McLaggen, someone falling off their broom by the Goal Post, Quidditch Ginny (Bonnie Wright), Molly Weasley (Julie Walters), Snape (Alan Rickman), the Inferi, and much more.
UPDATE: More now from Portkey, including: new photo of Twins in Joke Shop, Dumbledore with his hand in a glove, Snape (Alan Rickman) and Draco in urgent conversation, Draco going into Burgin and Burkes, Flitwick, Hermione (Emma Watson)Stunned Hogwarts students after fall of Dumbledore

Finally, thanks to our OrderPartner BonnieWrightOnline, we can see this lovely high res photo of Bonnie dressed in her Hogwarts school clothes in her role as Ginny Weasley for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Thanks Jackie!





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