The BBC is reporting that a first-edition copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is set to go on display in Scotland.
This first-edition also contains annotations and 22 original drawings by J. K. Rowling.
The original hardback book was annotated by JK Rowling in 2013 to raise money for charity.
It features 43 annotations, including 22 original drawings by the author.
The book will be on display at Edinburgh's Writers' Museum from Thursday until 8 January.
The book includes a sketch of baby Harry asleep on the doorstep of the Dursleys, the author's thoughts on Quidditch, and the Hogwarts Crest featuring a bear rather than a badger as the Hufflepuff house mascot.