As previously reported two walk-on roles in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire were up for auction last night to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society Scotland. Additional items up for auction were a life-size figure of Harry Potter's friend Dobby the House Elf, a rare leatherbound signed edition of the Order Of The Phoenix (the only other leatherbound copy of the latest Potter belongs to author JK Rowling herself) and a Harry Potter train set.
The two walk-on parts in the movie, which starts filming in April, were snapped up for £10,000 ($17,215) and £9,000 ($15,493.50).
The life-size Dobby went for £3,000 ($5,164.50)
The rare signed Phoenix book went for £35,000 ($60,252.50) and the train set was auctioned for £1,700 ($2,926.55)
Rowling was guest of honor at the dinner of which she is patron.