The goblins of Gringotts Wizarding Bank would surely be proud of a Ms Hayley Malsom after the 21 year old picked up three rare first editions of the Harry Potter series potentially worth thousands of pounds each for just £3 a pop at a local charity shop in Gloucester. When Ms Malsom first spotted The Goblet of Fire, The Order of the Phoenix and The Half Blood Prince in the British Heart Foundation shop, she had no idea they could be worth a fortune. It was only when she got back home that she found out that first editions of the hugely popular series can fetch anything up to £60,000 each, depending on their condition. Hayley, from Gloucester, said: ‘I haven’t had mine valued but after a quick Google I did see that one went for around £60,000. I am a massive Harry Potter fan and have been since I first read the Order of the Phoenix in 2007 as part of a summer project before starting senior school.’ Being such a fan and despite potentially sitting on a literary gold mine, Ms Malsom has no intention of selling the books. Hmmm shows signs of being fiercely loyal, surely an easy one for the Sorting Hat when it comes to assigning student wizard Ms Malsom to a house at Hogwarts… Hufflepuff! Any former or soon to be students of Hogwarts out there, let us know which house you were assigned to…Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff or Slytherin?