Yes they do. Chocolate Frog Cards (also known as Famous Witches and Wizards Cards) are trading cards that display pictures of famous witches and wizards and give small amounts of information about them. The Cards are obtained by buying Chocolate Frogs, the container of which has a random card inside.
Chocolate Frog - with authentic film packaging (Themepark Exclusive, pentagonal packaging)
A delicious frog shaped confection of solid milk chocolate, each 150g
piece comes in an ornately decorated pentagonal box with wizard card.
Cards exhibit 3 dimensional movement. The randomly distributed Chocolate
Frog Card™ will include a biography of either a Hogwarts™ House
Founder: Godric Gryffindor™, Salazar Slytherin™, Helga Hufflepuff™, and
Rowena Ravenclaw™ or Hogwarts™ Headmaster Albus Dumbledore™, Gilderoy
Lockhart™, Hengist of Woodcroft, Bertie Bott™, Jocunda Sykes, Devlin
Whitehorn or Garrick Ollivander™.
This item is exclusive for
the themeparks and for Europe production takes place in Germany. It's
one of the bestselling products of the themepark.
Chocolate Frog Replica
The Noble Collection Chocolate Frog replica always comes with the Albus Dumbledore card. The frog and case is made from plastic. They also have a plush version, keychain version and ceramic replica.
This item is produced in China.
Chocolate Frog with crisped rice (rectangular packaging)
JellyBelly, the American company behind the famous beans, produces Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs. The old packaging was purple and contained ONE of the 16 illustrated Witches and Wizards. They are not produced anymore.
The newest white packaging contains Collectible Wizard cards simular to the moving photos from the pentagonal packaging. One of which will be included in your Chocolate Frog package: Albus Dumbledore, Hengist of Woodcroft, Helga Hufflepuff, Salazar Slytherin, Gilderoy Lockhart, Godric Gryffindor, Rowena Ravenclaw and Jocunda Sykes.
This item is produced in Thailand and imported for Europe through Germany. Distribution in Belgium started early 2017.
Luna's first wand was made from oak and decorated with acorns. You can't buy Luna's first wand seperately. At this point it is not sold in a single box as an official product, anywhere. Only her second wand (the darker Tulip shaped one) is sold as a single.
Her first wand is still produced as part of Dumbledore Army Wand Collection. The only way to posses an official replica of her wand is to buy this item. The only reason (but this is just a wild guess) is that this item could be less sold because all the other wands are available as a single, making Luna's first wand an exclusive attribute of this product.
The first wand of Bellatrix is sold along with her deatheaters mask in miniature scale and a fancy wall display. You can find it here.
In the Warner Bros Studio Tour and Universal Studios her wand is sold in a plain grey wand box. The item is exclusive for the theme parks. The Noble Collection procuded her wand in a single blister packaging, without name tag and wand box, as a mass market product. As we are a store for collectors, we don't sell these cheaper looking versions. The 'broken' snatcher wand of Harry Potter is very simular, it's just missing a black coating.
No they are not. The heat-sensitive paint used for heat and cold colour changing products will peel off when it's heated at ultra high temperature or placed in a dishwasher. Usually the image will have cracks, bubbles between the two layers of stop changing color after incorrect use. You loose your guarantee on the product, as this safe guide is mentioned on the packaging of your product.
Wash your mugs and drinking glasses by hand with a regular dishwasher detergent. Heat change takes place when the liquid is 60°C or more. Cold change will take will take when the liquid is a few degrees lower then room temperature. You can add ice cubes to hold the effect for a longer time.