There’s more to the Harry Potter universe than Harry himself. If it weren’t for his friends, his teachers, and Dumbledore’s Army, he’d never have made it through the seven years at Hogwarts he did.
To honor that, we’ve compiled a list of 12 rare Vaulted Harry Potter Funko Pops. These vaulted pops are no longer being produced from Funko and are worth adding to your collection if you see them around.
When you think of the famous phrase, “The Boy Who Lived,” you may think it refers to the fact that Harry Potter was the only survivor of Voldemort’s attack on Godric’s Hollow.
That isn’t quite the case.
In fact, “The Boy Who Lived” refers to the fact that Harry Potter is a boy immortalized as a Funko Pop on your shelf—living forever.
And like finishing Harry’s 7th year at Hogwarts, these 12 Funko’s Pop’s have left the shops for good. Our favorite company Funko vaulted them (and not quite in the Chamber of Secrets).
Though they’re no longer in the forefront of our minds, like our constant love for Harry Potter, we maintain endless love for these Pop Funko figures.
Table of Contents
- 1 12 Rare Harry Potter Vaulted Pops for collectors
- 1.1 1. Professor Quirrell Funko Fall Convention (#68)
- 1.2 2. Ron Weasley Yule Ball (#12)
- 1.3 3. Professor Bam Exclusive 3-Pack (#3)
- 1.4 4. Draco Malfoy (#13)
- 1.5 5. Luna Lovegood in Lion Hat (#47)
- 1.6 6. Boggart as Snape Funko Pop NYCC Convention Exclusive (#52)
- 1.7 7. Harry Potter Tri-Wizard Golden Egg Target Exclusive (#26)
- 1.8 8. Dobby Snapping (#75)
- 1.9 9. Nearly Headless Nick (#62)
- 1.10 10. Gilderoy Lockhart (#59)
- 1.11 11. Luna Lovegood W/Glasses 2017 SDCC Exclusive (#41)
- 1.12 12. Viktor Krum in Durmstrang Uniform (#89)
- 2 Where to Go Next…
12 Rare Harry Potter Vaulted Pops for collectors
Each Funko Pop on this list has been hand-picked — chosen for their high-demand and importance to the Harry Potter community.
So, without further ado, put your wands away and your reading glasses on. There’s no need to cast an apparition spell here; we’ve made this Harry Potter vaulted Pops list to save you the work.
1. Professor Quirrell Funko Fall Convention (#68)
“There is no good and evil, there is only power, and those too weak to seek it.” – Professor Quirrell
Poor stuttering Professor Quirrell. The first villain Harry Potter faces at the young age of 11, and the first of many Defense Against the Dark Arts teachers to make their way through Hogwarts.
Did you know? Quirrell tracked down Lord Voldemort because he wanted power to prove himself so that others would no longer “make fun” of him.
We all know how that went.
Becoming the Man with Two Faces, Quirrell faced Harry and lost quickly against the all but invincible power of love.
It’s Quirrell’s most memorable scene — when he pounced at Harry, practically flying with his arm outstretched.
Perhaps if he’d looked as cute as he does in this Pop figure, he’d have beaten love. That’s what we like to think anyway (don’t take off his turban!)
2. Ron Weasley Yule Ball (#12)
“Why, spiders? Why couldn’t it be ‘follow the butterflies’?” – Ron Weasley
Ah, Ronald Bilius Weasley. One of the most loved fictional characters of all time.
Everyone knew him for his tattered clothing, bright ginger hair. If you said that to any Potter fan alone, they’d know you’re talking about a Weasley.
However, did you know? Ron was supposed to swear a lot more than he did! Could you imagine how much that would change the tone of Harry Potter?
However, in writing, J.K Rowling’s editors told her not to include any swears. It is a children’s book, after all.
It’s hard to reduce Ron down to one magnificent scene. There are so many! Though, we thought we’d draw special attention to his early days as a Quidditch keeper. He was so bad as a keeper that the kids in Slytherin took to calling him their King!
We couldn’t make a Funko Pop list without including Ron — and vaulted or not, nor should your Harry Potter collection be missing him. Pick him up in his Yule Ball outfit today!
3. Professor Bam Exclusive 3-Pack (#3)
“It is not our abilities that show what we truly are” – Albus Dumbledore
We’ve got Albus Dumbledore himself, Minerva McGonagall, and Severus Snape. Three of the finest Professors to grace Hogwarts, and one of the bravest people Harry Potter ever knew.
Professor McGonagall is Scottish, Dumbledore can read parseltongue, and Professor Snape is a Capricorn!
As professors of Hogwarts, each one of them had a role to play in molding Harry, Ron, and Hermione into the heroes we see across the seven-film franchise.
So, wouldn’t it be quite honorable to allow them a place on your shelf next to the famous trio?
Across the series, they all have too many memorable scenes to mention—McGonagall as a cat, Snape, and Dumbledore atop the Hogwarts clock tower.
Need we say more?
4. Draco Malfoy (#13)
“My father will hear about this!” – Draco Malfoy
What’s that, Draco? Running to your father if we don’t include you here.
Can we all agree Malfoy is the very face of Slytherin? A quick fact about the house: named after Salazar Slytherin. Yet, who thinks of Salazar when the cunning Hogwarts house comes to mind? Nobody.
Here’s something interesting: Draco’s middle name is Lucius. Just like Harry’s middle name is James. All named after their fathers. Was J.K Rowling playing it a safe and following tradition, or was her creative formula running stale?
We don’t know.
But we know there isn’t a scene more memorable than Malfoy’s defection to the dark wizards. Remember that awkward hug Voldermort gave to him when he crossed Hogwarts courtyard during the great battle? Here’s a fun fact: it was entirely improvised. That awkwardness wasn’t excellent acting, and it was genuine.
Any Harry Potter fan needs a Draco Malfoy in their collection. Why not get a valuable vaulted one while you’re at it?
5. Luna Lovegood in Lion Hat (#47)
“I’ve interrupted a deep thought, haven’t I? I can see it growing smaller in your eyes.” – Luna Lovegood
Luna, Luna, Luna. Where to begin? One of the few Ravenclaw’s we get to know well — and one of the quirkiest characters in the Harry Potter universe, too.
She became a pivotal contributor to Dumbledore’s Army — the secret organization featured in Order of the Phoenix — but she wasn’t a fighter. Luna Lovegood was instead a strange character. She even reads magazines upside down!
Let’s not get started on the Nargles. We’ll save that one — because Luna is the only character to feature twice on this list.
Her Lion Hat, which appeared as she supported Gryffindor’s Quidditch match, marks one of her most memorable appearances. It was so out there that it instantly got burned into our memories.
Having it on your shelf will be an instant conversation-starter, as fellow fans say,
“Hey, I remember that scene!”
Don’t miss out and buy it today.
6. Boggart as Snape Funko Pop NYCC Convention Exclusive (#52)
“Riddikulus!” – Professor Snape
Professor Snape. Dark, sallow skin, broody. Sound familiar? Of course, it does. Because when you think of Snape, you don’t think about Neville Longbottom’s grandmother’s clothing.
But Snape did appear in Neville’s Grandmother’s clothes. No, no. Not in a strange new sense of fashion — but in Prisoner of Azkaban when a Boggart appeared as Snape during a Defense Against the Dark Arts lesson.
Now, for those that don’t know, a Boggart is a formless being that appears as your worst fears. Nobody knows what a Boggart looked like either. Yet, how scary can Snape in Neville’s Grandmother’s clothes be?
It’s certainly scary enough to spook Neville Longbottom. And that comes into fruition in the excellent Prisoner of Azkaban scene featuring giant clowns and spiders on roller skates — we’re not kidding.
Why not immortalize that memorable scene on your shelf? We see a lighter side of “Snape” here, and which is nice. If you’re feeling extra malicious, keep it close to your #22 — Neville Longbottom Funko Pop. Such great harry potter vaulted pops to choose from, this is our favorite.
7. Harry Potter Tri-Wizard Golden Egg Target Exclusive (#26)
“I didn’t put my name in that cup, and I don’t want eternal glory.” – Harry Potter
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire marked the start of the darker installations in the series. Featuring the return of Voldermort, it also featured the first significant death during Harry’s school life.
Yet, it wasn’t all doom and gloom. Harry winning the Golden Egg by overcoming the Hungarian Horntail was a lighter moment. We mean it. He may have been scared, but that all changed in the Gryffindor Common Room when he held the egg up in victory, surrounded by his cheering peers.
We thought you didn’t want glory, Harry?
Did you know? In the books, Harry briefly lost the egg. He dropped it down the stairs, and the Caretaker, Argus Fitch, picked it up. Fitch thought Peeves had stolen it — the mischievous Hogwarts ghost that didn’t make it into the films — and thus, Filtch promptly returned it to Harry.
Such an excellent Funko to add to your collection!
It shows Harry overcoming his first real challenge commissioned by the school. It offers a magnificent trophy, from a brilliant film. Well done, Harry Potter!
8. Dobby Snapping (#75)
“Harry Potter mustn’t be angry… Dobby hoped… if Harry Potter thought his friends had forgotten him… Harry Potter might not want to go back to school, sir…” – Dobby
Dobby. The house-elf with good intentions that always showed them in the wrong ways. Servant to Lucius Malfoy and dear friend of Harry — Dobby the house-elf quickly earned a place in all our hearts.
In Chamber of Secrets, he earned his freedom by receiving a sock. But did you know? He negotiated his wages before getting a job at Hogwarts. That’s right. He went from slave to entrepreneur and even got a position where he could continuously monitor Harry.
Dobby features in several memorable scenes. Yet, there’s nothing quite like the one at the beginning of the Chamber of Secrets movie, when he drops a cake on Aunt Marge’s head. He leaves Harry with flaring nostrils, disappearing with a snap of his fingers.
It’s iconic of Dobby — used in place of a wand for spell casting. Such an icon deserves a place on your shelf. Why not put it next to your #31— Harry Potter Pop Funko? That way, you’ll be sure Dobby is watching over him always — just like he does in the films.
9. Nearly Headless Nick (#62)
“Once again, you show all the sensitivity of a blunt axe.” – Nearly Headless Nick
Isn’t that quote quite ironic? Think about it. Nearly Headless Nick is insulting Ron after Ron observes that Nick is dead, yet it’s relatively insensitive for him to be so forward.
Nevertheless, one of Nick’s best quotes by one of the more minor characters. Nearly Headless Nick. Or, should we say, Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington.
Nearly Headless Nick died in 1492 by execution. All because of a girl. He met one Lady Grieve in the yore days and became confident he could fix her crooked teeth. But instead, his spell grew tusks on her. Nowadays, that would mean expulsion from Hogwarts. In 1492 matters were quite different.
We never see that scene in the films, but we see him as a ghost, showing a young Hermione the damage done. Nasty stuff for an 11-year-old to see.
Regardless, past death, Nearly Headless Nick’s life went on as it should on your shelf. The translucent Pop Funko is unique in looks and not one you should miss.
10. Gilderoy Lockhart (#59)
“Fame is a fickle friend, Harry. Celebrity is as celebrity does. Remember that.” – Gilberoy Lockhart
The secret villain in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and the one loved by all the universe girls. Gilderoy Lockhart. The “author” of many, many dark creature books.
As Hogwart’s second Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, Lockhart follows Harry and crew into the Chamber of Secrets, where he attempts to use a memory charm on them. The charm backfires, and Gilderoy Lockhart finds himself nothing more than a babbling idiot with no recollection of any events in his entire life.
That spells an end to Kenneth Branagh’s character in the films. However, in the books, Lockhart appears again in Order of the Phoenix. Who’d have thought? Harry and the gang stumble upon him in St. Mungo’s hospital three years later. Unfortunately, he never recovered from his memory-loss.
Yet, one doesn’t need memory to look good on a shelf. And that’s why we recommend this these harry potter vaulted Pops. Let Gilderoy Lockhart stand in his former glory forever. Better than leave him in St. Mungo hospital.
11. Luna Lovegood W/Glasses 2017 SDCC Exclusive (#41)
“All my shoes have mysteriously disappeared. I suspect the Nargles are behind it.” – Luna Lovegood
Here it is. We said we’d have a second look at Luna Lovegood. This time, she comes with a pair of spectrespecs. These glasses make Wrackspurts appear — creatures that make one’s brain go fuzzy.
We promise. We’re not making this up. Remember what we said about the Nargles earlier? Luna is the only character who believes these such creatures exist. They’re mysterious creatures who — allegedly — live in mistletoe. We never do find out if they’re real or not, but it shows the creative side of Luna Lovegood — or at the very least, the side of her father and author of the Quibbler magazine, Xeno Lovegood, nurtured in her.
We’re yet to see a Xeno Lovegood Pop Funko. If one ever comes out, it would look great side by side with Luna Lovegood.
Grab this Pop Funko today. We’re sure it will be as unforgettable as her character.
12. Viktor Krum in Durmstrang Uniform (#89)
“There’s no one like Krum! He’s like a bird the way he rides the wind! ” – Viktor Krum
We’re ending this list with Viktor Krum. Durmstrang student and Seeker for the Bulgarian National Quidditch team.
That’s right; Quidditch isn’t just a sport played in school. What’s more, Viktor wasn’t any old player. He was the best of the best. So much so, not only did the girls swoon for him like Gilderoy Lockhart — but Ron Weasley, too.
However, there’s more to Viktor Krum than Quidditch. In the Goblet of Fire, he joins Harry and two others as a competitor in the Triwizard Tournament. He doesn’t quite win the competition, but that doesn’t mean we don’t see him in excellent scenes.
Our favorite has to be Krum’s solution to the second trial in Goblet of Fire. The trial in the Great Lake, where a spell gives Krum the head of a shark.
But that isn’t what puts this Pop Funko on our list. Viktor Krum’s grand entrance at the start of the film is something not easily forgotten. Alongside the other Durmstrang students, he marches into the Great Hall. Part of a fire and staff display like none other.
Put this Pop Funko alongside your Harry Potter Tri-Wizard Golden Egg Target Exclusive, and you’re on your way to having a Goblet of Fire set.
Where to Go Next…
That’s it for the Harry Potter Vaulted Pops list. To surmise, we’ve seen:
- #68 — Professor Quirrell Funko Fall Convention
- #12 — Ron Weasley Yule Ball
- #3 — Professor Bam Exclusive 3-Pack
- #13 — Draco Malfoy
- #47— Luna Lovegood (Lion Hat)
- #52 — Boggart as Snape Funko Pop NYCC Convention Exclusive
- #26 — Harry Potter Tri-Wizard Golden Egg Target Exclusive
- #75 — Dobby Snapping
- #62 — Nearly Headless Nick
- #59 — Gilderoy Lockhart
- #41 — Luna Lovegood W/Glasses 2017 SDCC Exclusive
- #89 — Viktor Krum in Durmstrang Uniform
These are some of the best and most rare Harry Potter Vaulted Pops on the market right now.
Or have a read of our 12 Rare Vaulted Star Wars Funko Pop list if you’d much rather explore a Galaxy Far Far away.