Warner Bros has trademarked hundreds of potential Quidditch products, in a bid to continue making money on the conclusion of the lucrative film franchise.
The studio first grabbed rights in November 1999, when it locked up merchandise including Christmas tree ornaments, baseball gloves , ice skates and toy cookware. This was expanded to a range of clothing products, such as suspender, ties, robes, sleepwear, pajamas, underwear, swimwear and lingerie.
In 2007 and 2008, a range of even more unusual products were added to the collection, including credit cards, barbecue mitts, pot holders, textile wall hangings, mattress covers and oven mitts.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, raked in £212 million worldwide in its opening weekend. The final instalment, Part 2, will be released next Summer.