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I am missing just 3 of these cards, but have no information about the collection apart from that it contains 36 cards in total.

Missing cards: 31-34-36

EDIT: I have found these cards from a private owner in a second hand app (actually, those 2 on ebay are from the seller I bought them from, but he has no information or the cards that I am missing.)

Text on the back: "HARRY POTTER characters, names and related indicia are trademarks of Warner Bros @ 2001 WB SHIELD: TM & @ 2001 Warner Bros".

I need more information or any leads that could help me to find a way to finish this collection or at least a way to find more information about them. These are the last 3 cards of my entire collection of Harry Potter collectibles.

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    Hi, welcome to SF&F. So what is your question? Do you want a source for the missing cards (probably off-topic) or information about the set? You also haven't given us much to work with here..
    – DavidW
    Jun 21 at 10:44
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    Perhaps the text on the back of the cards might hold a clue, could you quote it. It's also worth taking the tour and referring to the help center for guidance. Jun 21 at 10:47
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    I'm not very good at using the Enhance button, but it looks like the back of the cards does credit Warner Brothers, which suggests it postdates the movie, although these look like book illustrations. Possibly not an American product since it says "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone".
    – FuzzyBoots
    Jun 21 at 12:34
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    @FuzzyBoots FWIW, the text appears to read "HARRY POTTER characters, names and related indicia are trademarks of Warner Bros @ 2001 WB [something] & @ 2001 Warner Bros" Note that the title is given as "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone," so this is likely UK market-specific.
    – DavidW
    Jun 21 at 13:18
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    @FuzzyBoots - The art style is consistent with WB's premovie merch from 2000/2001.
    – ibid
    Jun 22 at 0:02

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