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* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (9 may 1912, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]] ''Shilling Net series'' [UK])
 
* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (9 may 1912, [[Smith, Elder & Co.]] ''Shilling Net series'' [UK])
 
* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (13 january 1914, [[Thomas Nelson & Sons]] [UK])
 
* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (13 january 1914, [[Thomas Nelson & Sons]] [UK])
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* ''De Avonturen van Sherlock Holmes'' (ca. 1916, [[N. J. Boon]] [NL]) 5 stories only, 27 ill. by [[Sidney Paget]]
 
* ''Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (1917, [[John Murray]] ''[[Arthur Conan Doyle Author's Edition]]'' [UK]) 2 ill. by [[Arthur Twidle]]
 
* ''Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (1917, [[John Murray]] ''[[Arthur Conan Doyle Author's Edition]]'' [UK]) 2 ill. by [[Arthur Twidle]]
 
* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (october 1917, [[John Murray]]'s ''Fiction Library'' [UK])
 
* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (october 1917, [[John Murray]]'s ''Fiction Library'' [UK])

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (George Newnes Ltd., 1892)

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a volume collecting the 12 first Sherlock Holmes short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle published in 1892 by George Newnes Ltd. in The Strand Magazine.



Stories


Editions


  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (undated, Economy Book League [US])


Covers

Further reprints of this standard Harper edition are undated.


Illustrations






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