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This goblin worked at the British Gringotts Wizarding Bank in the 1990s after Voldemort fell in 1981 and later rose to power and took over the Ministry of Magic in 1998.

Biography

On 31 July, 1991, this goblin was present at Gringotts Wizarding Bank when Harry Potter came to pick up his money in Vault 687.[1]

The goblin continued working in Gringotts when Lord Voldemort took over the Wizarding world and was present when Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger went to Gringotts to steal Helga Hufflepuff's Cup in the Lestrange Vault.[2]

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Gringotts Wizarding Bank
Founder Gringott
Positions Head Goblin · Head Curse-Breaker · Curse-Breaker · Gringotts Guards ·
Gringott's Dragon · Vaults Guardian
GringottsLogoDH
Vaults Vault 1 · Vault 2 · Vault 3 · Vault 619 · Vault 687 · Vault 688 · Vault 711 · Vault 712 · Vault 713 · Vault 998 · Lestrange Vault · Spellbook vault · Weasley Vault
Employees
Goblins Blordak · Bogrod · Gornuk · Griphook · Nagnok · Ragnok · Ricbert · Snaglok · Unnamed Head Goblin · Unnamed Stockbroker Goblin · Unnamed goblin guard · Unnamed spokesgoblin
Unnamed goblins: I · II · III · IV · V · VI · VII · VIII · IX · X · XI · XII
Humans Fleur Delacour · Marius · Patricia Rakepick · Teffington · Tertius · Bill Weasley · Unidentified Gringotts guard
Others Follo · Fractcumulus · Frantielo · Hadkiss · Nimbley · Nimbostratus · Rabat · Sickleworth · Willowborough
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