A Study in Scarlet, 1887.
|via: sidgwicks /||4 days ago with 582 notes|
Holmes & Watson, Lee Eric Shackleford, 1989.
|via: bencumberbatchs / source: meiringens||2 weeks ago with 6,915 notes|
Tom Kidd - Sherlock Holmes Through Time and Space, 1984.
|via: solitary-cyclist / source: sciencefictiongallery||1 month ago with 1,358 notes|
I like you as I’ve never liked anyone.
|via: imjohnlocked / source: ghostbees||1 month ago with 14,274 notes|
The invitation ticket that was issued in 1953 when London Transport inaugurated their ‘Sherlock Holmes’ underground train with a special ceremony.
|via: sidgwicks / source: silverstags||1 month ago with 2,079 notes|
Michael Palin, as Sherlock Holmes, Saturday Night Live, 8 April, 1978
|via: sidgwicks / source: fuckyeahmichaelpalin||1 month ago with 269 notes|
|via: gutschmidts / source: Flickr / shsl||1 month ago with 176 notes|
|via: sirarthurconandoilies / source: the-diogenes||1 month ago with 32,651 notes|
Only the greatest box of matches to ever exist is all.
|via: bakerstreetbabes / source: lauralex||1 month ago with 8,230 notes|
LEGO Undershaw! - The creator of the LEGO Sherlock Holmes books, James Macaluso, has kindly designed a LEGO version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s house - Undershaw. We’ll be talking about our plans for it at the 155th Birthday Celebrations this Thursday 22nd May - there are just eight tickets left as of this morning, but there are plenty of raffle tickets - a host of prizes in the raffle include a LEGO 221b Baker Street custom kit (also by James).
Tickets CLICK HERE.
You can keep up with the latest news on the restoration of Undershaw on the Undershaw Preservation Trust Facebook Page. Please visit and like it as there will be lots of exciting developments for Sherlock fans in the coming months. As our patron Mark Gatiss says “Undershaw Lives!”
|via: mxpublishing /||2 months ago with 21 notes|
A Holmes seldom seen
From the University of Minnesota Libraries Sherlock Holmes Collections / John Bennett Shaw Collection. Illustration by A.I. Keller for the Sunday magazine of the Pittsburgh Sunday Post, 1914.
|via: tookmyskull / source: ihearofsherlock||2 months ago with 373 notes|
"Sherlock Holmes" - (commission for Neil Davidson)
|via: awtson / source: iherring||3 months ago with 1,439 notes|