From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Here is a collection of handwritten dedicaces by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Dedicaces by Arthur Conan Doyle
Mrs. Walthew with A. Conan Doyle's kindest regards. Feb. 20 /93. (20 february 1893)
Dedicace in The Doings of Raffles Haw
To Murray Leveson, the man who got the needle, from A. Conan Doyle. April 24 /97.
Dedicace in The Seven Seas, by Rudyard Kipling (Methuen & Co.)
With Compliments, thanks & all good wishes — but don't send me documents you want back. A C D.
Dedicace on Arthur Conan Doyle's calling card (ca. 1901).
With Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's best thanks, Nov. 26 /04
Dedicace in Adventures of Gerard
Arthur Conan Doyle
Dedicace in The Man from Archangel
This volume should be unique. When I saw (with horror) that they had put my portrait upon it. I said I would destroy the whole edition rather than pass it. They then put Lord Roberts as was proper. A. C. D. (ca. 1908)
Dedicace in The Great Boer War
To Lady Sackville, Yours sincerely, Arthur Conan Doyle (ca. 1909)
Dedicace in Micah Clarke.
Yours sincerely, Arthur Conan Doyle
Dedicace in The British Campaign in France and Flanders (1916)
A very remarkable book. It shows that in 1853 — and even in 1850 (vide p 440-41) all our facts and philosophy were evident to any clear eyed observer. The Davenport part is interesting. One cannot read it without being ashamed of the British Press and public. The D's were finally driven out by the wild snobs in Liverpool. Elsewhere it was called a "trick" because unscrupulous Conjurers under their own conditions produced a sort of parody of it. A. C. D. 1921.
Arthur Conan Doyle 1920.
Books like this written a few years of the Stydesville rappings have sure become rare and valuable. ACD
Dedicace in Sights and Sounds
To J. C. Barnes from Arthur Conan Doyle. Jan 1921
Dedicace in The Vital Message
With the Respectful Compliments of the
authorReporter. Arthur Conan Doyle (ca. 1927)
Dedicace in Pheneas Speaks
With all kind remembrance from Arthur Conan Doyle (ca. 1929)
Dedicace in Our African Winter
To Mrs. Livingstone, from "The Old Horse" , Arthur Conan Doyle (1930)
Dedicace on printed poster of Conan Doyle drawing, see The Old Horse.
Mary Doyle's Dedicace