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Sherlock Holmes Bust

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Sherlock Holmes Bust

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Sherlock Holmes Bust
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Sherlock Holmes Bust _Designed by sylvar75 ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:357885 ); _Sample (gold color) made by elmuchacho (http://www.thingiverse.com/make:104207) _Sherlock Holmes, fictional character created by the Scottish writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The prototype for the modern mastermind detective, Holmes first appeared in Conan Doyle’s A Study in Scarlet, published in Beeton’s Christmas Annual of 1887. As the world’s first and only “consulting detective,” he pursued criminals throughout Victorian and Edwardian London, the south of England, and continental Europe. Although the fictional detective had been anticipated by Edgar Allan Poe’s C. Auguste Dupin and Émile Gaboriau’s Monsieur Lecoq, Holmes made a singular impact upon the popular imagination and has been the most enduring character of detective fiction. _Holmes was quick to realize the value of fingerprint evidence. The first case in which fingerprints are mentioned is The Sign of the Four (1890); Scotland Yard did not begin to use fingerprints until 1901. Thirty-six years later in the 55th story, “The Adventure of the Three Gables” (1926), fingerprints still figure in detection. In “The Adventure of the Norwood Builder” (1903), the appearance of a fingerprint is the key piece of evidence in the solution of the crime. _Holmes was also an innovator in the analysis of typewritten documents. In the one case involving a typewriter, “A Case of Identity” (1891), only Holmes concentrates on the fact that all the letters received by Mary Sutherland from Hosmer Angel are typewritten. _Another forensic tool used by Holmes is footprint analysis. His first use of footprints occurs in the first story (1887), and he is still using such prints as late as the 57th story, “The Adventure of the Lion’s Mane” (1926). “The Boscombe Valley Mystery” (1891) is solved almost totally by footprint analysis. (according to the Encyclopedia Britannica)
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SKU 10000414
Length [mm] 91.61
Width [mm] 70
Height [mm] 100.52
Volume [cm³] 155.81
Area [cm²] 300.43