"Sherlock Holmes The Most Famous Man Who Never Lived" Stamp And Coin Collection

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‘Sherlock Holmes The Most Famous Man Who Never Lived’ Stamp And Coin Collection. Lot contains the Great Britain ‘Five Stories’ Sherlock Holmes stamp collection from 1993. Each stamp features a scene from five different stories, underneath each stamp is a quote from that story in relation to the scene in the stamp. Also contains two antique one shilling silver coins to represent the shillings Sherlock would pay the ‘Baker Street Irregulars’ for information and errands he asked of them. Stamps and coins are presenting in a wood and glass frame.

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- coins are circulated; stamps are mint.


13.0" W x 12.0" H x 1.0" D

- measurement of frame

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