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I am frequently asked, "Was Sherlock Holmes a real person or a fictional character?"
The answer is "Yes". Click here.
A list of Sherlockian Purveyors. Includes purveyors of: Aprons, Art, Art Prints, Artwork, Audio Tapes, Audio Cassettes, Audio and Video, Audio Books, August Derleth Books, Autographs, Issues of BSJ, Badges, Bag Pipes, Basil of Baker Street Books, Bears, Beer, Belts, Birthday Cards, Board Games, Bobby Whistle, Bobby Hat, Bone China, Book Plates, Book Illustrator, Books, Magnifying Glass, Bookends, Books Miniature, Books, Books (new, used out of Print), Bookends, Boots, Bottle Stoppers, Boxes, Brandy Glasses, Brett Calendars, Busts, Buttons, Calendar, Cards, Cartoons, Cassettes, Catalan books, Catalog, CD-ROMs, CDROM games, Ceramic dogs, Chessboards, Chessmen, Chess Sets, Children's books, China Statues, Christmas Ornaments, Christmas Cards, Cigar box labels, Clocks, Clothes, Clothing Patterns, Clothing, Coat Hangers, Coins, Collectibles, Comic books, Cookbooks, Costumes, Cruises, Decals, Decanters, Deer stalker hats, Diary, Dinners, Disks, Dolls, Door Handles, Earing, Editions, Educational Material, Embroidery, Enamel Boxes, Entertainment, Envelopes, Ephemera, Erotic Sherlockian Books, Figures, First Day Covers, First editions, Games, German Books, German Videos, Gift items, Gift books, Glass, Greeting cards, Guides, Handbills, Hats, Hebrew Books, Illustrations, Indexes, Inverness capes, Jewelry, Journals, Key fobs, Key rings, La Pen Pins, Lamps, Lapel Pins, Laserdisks, Leaflets, Letter Paper, Letter Opener, Lobby cards, Lodging, Magazines, Magnets, Magnifying Glass, Manuscript Copies, Manuscripts, Maps, Maximum Cards, Medals, Miniature Books, Miniatures, Models, Mouse Pads, Mugs, Murder Mysteries, Museum Poster, Museum, Music, Mystery Weekends, Neckties, Needle Point, Nesting Dolls, Note Pads, Notes, Paintings, Pastiches, Pens, Pewter Paper Knife, Pewter Items, Pewter Figures, Pamphlets, Pigs, Pins, Pipes, Plaster Figures, Plaster Busts, Plates, Play Books, Playing Cards, Plays, Pocket Calendar, Poems, Porcelain Mugs, Portuguese Books, Postcard, Posters, Prints, Programs, Puzzles T-shirts, Puzzles, Radio Scripts, Records, Reprint Cards, Reproductions, Rubber Stamps, Salt& Pepper Shakers, Scarves, Screen Savers, Scripts, Sculpture, Sheet music, Sherlockiana, Shoe Horns, Shoe Lifts, Shoes, Shot glasses, Signs, Socks, Software, Solar Pons Books, Souvenirs, Stamps, Stationary, Statues, Stichery Projects, Stickers, Sticks, Stills, Study Guides & Tests, Sweat Shirts, Sweaters, T-shirts, Tea Pots, Tea, Teaching Materials, Teaspoons, Teddy Bears, Thimbles, Ties, Tie tacks, Tobacco Products, Tobacco, Tours, Towels, Toy Soldiers, Travel Guides, Travel, TV Plays, Umbrellas, Victoria Information, Victorian Clothing, Videotapes, Walking Sticks, Watches, Windows Screen Savers, Wine Glasses, Word Puzzles, Writing Pads, and lots of other stuff.
A listing, from Phil Bergem, of Sherlock Holmes related films, Click here, and TV shows and one of ACD related films and shows, Click here. To update these lists please email him directly at: email@example.com.
Indices of material in Thee Serpentine Muse the publication of the The Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes. Click here.
Philip K. Jones database of Sherlockian pastiches, parodies and related fiction contains with well over 9,000 entries.
The Curious Collectors of Baker Street calendar for 2014. Click Here.
The Sherlock Holmes "canon" consists of 60 stories 56 short stories and four novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. They were first published between 1887 and 1927. In the United Kingdom and Canada the stories are now out of copyright. In the United States the last dozen, those published after 1919, are still protected by copyright.
For information on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, contact The Conan Doyle (Crowborough) Establishment, c/o Brian Pugh, 20, Clare Road, LEWES, East Sussex, BN7 1PN, England.
For the stories themselves Click Here.
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