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Sherlock Holmes, rare-book collector
Stern, Madeleine B.
|Statement||by Madeleine B. Stern.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
I picked up a copy of the book and checked the last page. Rats, I’d been off by sixteen pages. Along with my great uncle Arthur, I own the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium, located at Baker Street, West London, Massachusetts. As can be assumed by the name, we stock Sherlock Holmes–related books and merchandise. The first American edition published in Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott in appeared nearly two years after the English publication, and only a few months before the second Sherlock Holmes book The Sign of Four averaged $5, The wrapped issue that preceded the clothbound issue by several months is valued at around $10,
Bloomington by Gaslight: Sherlock Holmes in the Lilly Library Back. Madeleine B. Stern. Sherlock Holmes: Rare-Book Collector. Rockville Centre, New York, When a book theft does occur, the lack of evidence could stump Sherlock Holmes. Even noticing the theft can take years. A stolen painting leaves an obvious blank spot on a .
In this first book of the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery, Emma Doyle introduces herself: I am the half owner, manager, head shop clerk, and chief duster of the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium in the Cape Cod town of West London, well as reprints of the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle books, we carry new books representing anything and everything in the pastiche or /5. A Visit to the Shadowy World of Rare Book Theft The Seedy Underbelly of Antiquarian Bookselling. The book was kept in a case, under lock and key, and propped open so that guests could examine the pages. “It does have a bit of Sherlock Holmes to it,” he said. I also mentioned a term I’d heard him using before—typographical Author: Dwyer Murphy.
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Clues on Collecting Sherlock Holmes: by Phillip Gold, ABAA Books, Westlake Village, CA, USA. Phillip Gold, who has selected this issue's Pick of the Month, shares some elementary tips on how to collect books featuring the famous detective. Assembling a collection of cornerstone titles will be a challenging, and perhaps a lifelong endeavor.
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Stern (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Madeleine B. Stern. Sherlock Holmes: Rare-Book Collector A Study in Book Detection By Madeleine B.
Stern SHERLOCK Holmes was as canny and secretive in his book collecting practices as in his methods of detection. Hence, though much has been written about the Baker Street library,1 the real treasures of 22 iB have remained con cealed until now.
Get this from a library. Sherlock Holmes, rare-book collector: a study in book detection. [Madeleine B Stern]. Get this from a library. Sherlock Holmes, rare-book collector: with a new introduction and short-title catalogue of the Sherlock Holmes library.
[Madeleine B Stern]. Sherlock Holmes was created in whilst Doyle was combining writing with his struggling medical profession. His first script, The Study In Scarlet, was rejected by several publishers and was finally bought for a mere £25 for publication in Beeton’s Annual Christmas Annual to.
A whimsical survey of Sherlock Holmes as rare book collector. I might take exception to a few of Stern's conclusions about which editions Holmes likely owned, but she knew her business so I will give her the benefit of the doubt.4/5(2).
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Sherlock Holmes: Rare-Book Collector. Rockville Centre, New York, Madeleine B. Stern, another of the prominent rare book dealers involved in "Sherlockiana," carefully read the Holmes canon while sailing back to the States from a European book-buying trip aboard the S.S.
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Octavo, original red cloth. First edition of this collection of the last 12 Sherlock Holmes short stories. A lovely copy. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of twelve stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring his famous detective and illustrated by Sidney Paget.
These are the first of the Sherlock Holmes short stories, originally published as single stories in the Strand Magazine from July to June Although Sherlock Holmes first appeared in the novel A Study in Scarlet (), his adventures in the Strand Magazine brought both him and his creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, lasting fame.
“The initial 12 tales were collected between covers as The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, published in England and America in If any reader be. This is the setting for You Know My Methods: A Collector's Approach to the Sherlockian Canon, an exhibition that will make rare book collectors drool, mystery fans gape, and the average reader smile.
The show draws entirely from the collection of Glen S. Miranker, a self-professed victim of the "gentle madness" that afflicts bibliomanes. Books and Book People in Nineteenth-Century America, Sherlock Holmes: Rare-Book Collector, A Phrenological Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Americans, The Game's a Head: A Phrenological Case-Study of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle, How the Mobius Strip Dominated Middle European Cheese Production, Vincent Starrett was a book collector, author, bibliographer, and a Sherlock Holmes scholar.
He has been referred to as part of Chicago's "literary renaissance” and has written or edited more than 50 books of essays, criticism, fiction, biography, poetry, and bibliography/5. One of the foremost Sherlock Holmes collections is hidden away at a Toronto library.
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A book is timeless; the characters live on forever. Nearly four centuries ago, we were introduced to characters like Prospero from Shakespeare’s The Tempest and over a century ago, we first read about a detective named Sherlock Holmes from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s A Study in Scarlet.
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