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Signed books by JK Rowling, Stephenie Meyer, Jenson Button, Richard Branson, Ricky Gervais, Michael Parkinson and many more are going under the hammer for charity thanks to the work of a man from Bristol, UK.

Grant Thompson has been collecting the autographed books from celebrities for the last two years, and is now selling them for a local MS charity.

“JK Rowling was my first book which [then] got me started from there,” Thompson told the BBC. “Originally I was trying to keep everything Bristol-based and I knew JK Rowling lived outside Bristol. Also her mum had MS as well, so it started with that really.”

The JK Rowling book he is talking about is a signed first edition of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – which will be sold along with signed photos of the Harry Potter film stars.

Money from the auction will go to BrAMS, a centre for MS research based at Frenchay Hospital.

Other stars who have signed books include Stephen Fry, Alan Shearer, Ranulph Fiennes and David Attenborough.

Click here to find out more and make a bid. But be quick, the auction ends soon.

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