If you’re a bookworm, you’ll certainly have tons of books in your collection, right? If yes, turns out, there’s also an unexpected fortune waiting for you! 

Matthew Haley, the director and head of books and manuscripts at auction house, Bonhams, has shared his list of the twenty most valuable books in UK that could be lying in your own home!

From Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, which by the way has an estimated value of £50,000, to The Hobbit (£40,000), the list includes all our favourite ones!

The only condition? The books have to be in an excellent condition and even the slightest of damage can lower its price.

Here is a list of the 20 books that can get you a whole lot of money:

1. The Hobbit (1937), J.R.R. Tolkien

Price: £40,000

2. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (1997), J.K. Rowling

Price: £50,000

 3. The Cat in the Hat (1957) Dr. Seuss

Price: £1,000

4. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1902), Arthur Conan Doyle 

Price: £500+

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5. The Bible (1600 – 1630)

Price: £300

6. The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book (1894-1895) Rudyard Kipling: 

Price: £200-£4,000

7. A History of British Birds, (various editions), F.O. Morris

Price: £150

8. The Ladies’ Flower-Garden (1840’s), Jane W. Loudon

Price: £500-800

9. High Street (1938), Eric Ravilious and J.M. Richards

Price: £1,000

10. Verve, 1950s art magazine

Price: £1,500

11. Eleven Poems (1965), Seamus Heaney

Price: £3,500

12. The four Winnie-the-Pooh books (1924-1928), A.A. Milne

Price: Between £4,000 and 10,000

13. A Christmas Carol (1843), Charles Dickens

Price: £15,000

14. Television: Seeing by Wire or Wireless (1926), Alfred Dinsdale

Price: £1,000

15. Illustrated edition of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906), Arthur Rackham

Price: £2,500

16. Foundation trilogy (1951-1953), Isaac Asimov

Price: £3,000+

17. The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1901), Beatrix Potter

Price: £35,000

18. Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack (1916)

Price: £600-£800

19. A Clockwork Orange (1962), Anthony Burgess

Price: £900

20. The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1921), Agatha Christie

Price: £2,000

How many of these have you got?