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To whom does each of these wands belong?

a rack full of wands

Note: inspired by this meta question

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"Hmm," said Olivander, "your perfect wand appears to have a skull on the handle, little boy. You'd think that'd be a red flag for me, but nope! Enjoy it!" – Mac Cooper Feb 11 at 10:52
@MacCooper I've thought like that too - maybe they get them somewhere else, carve into them without damaging them or add bits to them? A few are like it - even that thorn one would look a bit bizarre if it 'chose' a little 11-year-old Hufflepuff girl! – ThruGog Feb 11 at 11:52
FYI, this post is attracting flags, and spam flags automatically come with downvotes. You may wish to edit it to make absolutely clear that the final paragraph is a joke. – Rand al'Thor Feb 11 at 13:12
@CreationEdge it was a joke/shameless ripoff of the linked meta post. Not an advertisement. – ibid Feb 11 at 16:19
@ibid We keep getting spam flags over and over, so I'm editing out the joke part. It's not an ad, but the joke isn't worth all these flags. Please do not edit it back in. – Null Feb 11 at 16:22
up vote 18 down vote accepted

Left to right: Death Eater (known as the swirl), Narcissa Malfoy, Tonks, Death Eater (thorn), Mundungus Fletcher, Alecto Carrow, Death Eater (skull), Rufus Scrimgeour, Voldemort, Slughorn.

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Do I win a prize? I didn't cheat you know! I've become disturbingly expert on wands over the years... [Should I have said that?? Should I have worded it that way!?] – ThruGog Feb 11 at 7:21
Why would I want a wand when my existing one is in perfect condition.. Ollivander himself said so yesterday when I paid him a casual visit?? – prakhar londhe Feb 11 at 7:45

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