IGN’s Sam Machkovech has a story about a couple of old friends that used to hang out in a shop called Cartier & Potter.
When Harry Potter and Cartier co-founded their own jewelry store in 1884, it was a big deal in Britain and France.
They sold their wares at bargain prices, and they would even offer their customers free shipping.
Harry Potter himself used to take his own clothes home to Paris in Cartier suits, and Harry and Cartie’s shop became the headquarters of the Pottermore Club.
They were known as “the Harry Potter Club” and Harry even wrote a book about them called A Collection of the Harry Potter Books and the Harry Potters.
Cartier &s; Potter was in business for just a few months before being bought by a British jeweler called Carty &%; Potter.
The shop was renamed Cartier Jewellers and sold jewelry from the late 19th century to the early 20th century.
It was so popular that it was owned by a family of the same name.
Sam Machkovitch is a British-born American journalist and author of The Cartier Guide to the Harry-Potter Mysteries.
He also has his own blog.
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