Whilst this is the smallest of the sections of Richard Lancelyn Green’s collection it is very clearly one of the most diverse. Ranging from an original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle waistcoat to a Snoopy Detective lamp this section illustrates the way in which the World of Sherlock Holmes has evolved.
A vast range of the objects are currently on display at the Portsmouth Museum as part of the ‘A Study in Sherlock: Uncovering the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection’ exhibition.
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Box containing samples from The Reichenbauch Falls
Alfred 'Woodie' Woods costume from the TV series Arthur and George
Close up details of the completed quilt of a copper beech, created by 'Moving Forward'.
Costume as worn by Ali Arsher as George Edalji in Arthur and George
Close up of the completed quilt of a copper beech, created by 'Moving Forward'.
Tea towel designed by Jackie Goodrum (2016) based on the set of the BBC series, Sherlock
One of two paper mache dinosaurs featured in the exhibition showing Doyle's diverse interests and life - from the Lost World to the Cottingley Fairies.
Made from fibreglass to resemble bronze.
A hand made quill pen which was the last one ever made by the Victorian designer and socialist William Morris.
A collage featured in the exhibition showing Doyle's diverse interests and life - from the Lost World to the Cottingley Fairies.
Gift given by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to G.C. Ashton Jonson in 1928.
Examples of the items in the Collection which show uses of the Sherlock Holmes image.
Released by The Strand Magazine to celebrate the release of The Return of Sherlock Holmes.
Jean Leckie's costume as worn by Hattie Morahon in Arthur and George
Postcard of Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty falling into the Reichenbach Falls
The costume worn by Martin Clunes in the TV series Arthur and George. Click on the photo to see more photos.