Harry Potter fan lands world record for largest memorabilia collection


A YouTuber and Harry Potter fan has successfully made it into the record books for owning the largest collection of Wizarding World memorabilia.

If you have ever wondered if your collection of Harry Potter memorabilia was record-breaking, you now have a benchmark to compare it to. As YouTuber and Harry Potter fan, Victoria MacLean, has just landed the world record for owning the largest collection of Wizarding World memorabilia.

Comprising of memorabilia from both the Harry Potter franchise and Fantastic Beasts franchise, Victoria Maclean, of Tonna, Neath Port Talbot, collections features over 3,500 pieces.

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To be precise, her collection is 3,686 pieces and she was awarded the certificate by the Guinness World Records for her collection on Wednesday. According to the BBC.

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In order for Mrs. MacLean to be presented with the award, she had to undergo a rigorous process. A process which involved her having to pack up every single Wizarding World item she owned and transporting it to her local rugby club.

From there it had to be laid out in full, before being officially counted and verified. This process reportedly had to be done more than once, after some items were clumped together as one when they should have been counted individually.

Of course, once that process was complete, Mrs. MacLean then had to pack up everything and take it all home again.

Just imagine that for a moment, packing 3,686 pieces of Wizarding World merchandise, some of it would have been small but there some items would have been fairly big, transporting it all, unpacking it all, and then doing the whole process again in reverse.

Now that is commitment.

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What do you think of Victoria MacLean landing the World Record for largest memorabilia collection? How does your collection compare? Drop a comment just below sharing your thoughts.