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London To Host Its First Major Sherlock Holmes Exhibition In 60 Years

Posted at 8:40AM Wednesday 21 May 2014

The Museum of London is to stage a major Sherlock Holmes exhibition this autumn, bringing material including a newly unearthed portrait of his creator and the original manuscript of the story that brought the character back from the dead.


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