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Bat taxidermy framed beetle/bug/scorpion collection dried insect collectibles f3

greatsupplysure at ebay (a Thai company) sells these taxidermy bat and insect boxes. Sherlock has one on his mantle. Be careful-- the sellers say the mothball smell fades over time! $39.00

We’re loving the Sherlock - Narrow It Down video by Grable424. WARNING: Video contains MAJOR SPOILERS from Series 3 - watch only if you've seen the episodes!

221b Promotional photo. Notice the menu from the Inn from Baskerville. It says "vegetarian cuisine." Also a map of Dartmoor, a book about Winston Churchill, a Browning, a hound, some ammunition and postcards...

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Each Frame Tells a Story: An Interview with Cinematographer Steve Lawes

My interview with Sherlock cinematographer Steve Lawes.

These binoculars were designed in 1897 by León Bloch who in 1912, with Edmund Bloch, invented “Le Sherlock Holmes,” a stealth camera disguised as a small briefcase! Leuchars & Son sold the French-manufactured Mars binos (called La Jumelle “Mars” in adverts) in the UK. Their storefront was located in Piccadilly until 1902. They appear in every episode including the unaired pilot.

Behind Sherlock's head in the curio cabinet. This took AGES to identify and I couldn't have done it without from The Pictorial Museum of Animated Nature (Volume I) by Charles Knight