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Sherlock Holmes' London
[London] Bacon, Bacon's "Midget" Map of Central and West London. London, circa 1900. 18¼ x 23¾. Printed color. Folded into paper covers with a 63-page "Stranger's Guide to London." Fold separations; lightly age-toned, else VG. From Wormwood Scrubs to the Tower, Belsize Park south to Ruskin Park. Rail stations are prominent. The travel guide lists cab fares, hours of public attractions such as Madame Tussaud's wax museum, and a list of theaters. Sold
Bacon's map was published at the time the Sherlock Holmes tales took place. Holmes' address of 221B Baker Street was fictitious, but Baker Street was real and can be seen southwest of Regent Park. Dedicated Sherlock fans can find landmarks mentioned in the stories and follow Holmes as he moves about the great metropolis.
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