[SHERLOCKIANA]. ANONYMOUS, ("Anyhow"). "Ideal Interview V.--Sherlock Holmes." In: The Bohemian. Volume 1. London, July-November 1893. In which the reporter shares a train compartment with a whisky-addled Sherlock Holmes. -- FELDMAN, Lew D., editor. An Ideal Interview with Sherlock Holmes by "Anyhow". Jamaica, NY: House of El Dieff, [1951]. Staple-bound. FIRST SEPARATE EDITION. Out-of-series copy of an "edition limited strictly to the Canonical Sixty," PRESENTATION COPY, SIGNED by the editor for George Kreuzberger. De Waal 5797. -- ANONYMOUS, ("Dodo"). "The Red Mark." In: Pick-Me-Up. [London], 3 February 1900. Parody featuring "Don Uncoyle." Not in De Waal. -- [DUNNE, Finley Peter]. "Sherlock Holmes." In: Observation by Mr Dooley. New York: R.H. Russell, 1902. De Waal 5885. -- BANGS, John Kendrick. A House-Boat on the Styx. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1896. --The Pursuit of the House-Boat. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1897. De Waal 5811. -- The Enchanted Type-Writer. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1899. De Waal 5813. -- R. Holmes & Co. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1906. De Waal 5812. -- THIERRY, James Francis. The Adventure of the Eleven Cuff-Buttons. New York: Neale Publishing, 1918. -- CLOUSTON, J. Storer. "The Truthful Lady." In: Carrington's Cases. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1920. -- MILNE, A.A. "Dr. Watson Speaks Out." In: By Way of Introduction. London: Methuen, [1929]. Dust jacket. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Together 11 volumes, all FIRST EDITIONS or FIRST EDITIONS IN BOOK FORM except as noted, 8o, original bindings, condition varies. An interesting collection of early Sherlockiana containing parodies and pastiches, all contemporary to Arthur Conan Doyle. (11)

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[SHERLOCKIANA]. ANONYMOUS, ("Anyhow"). "Ideal Interview V.--Sherlock Holmes." In: The Bohemian. Volume 1. London, July-November 1893. In which the reporter shares a train compartment with a whisky-addled Sherlock Holmes. -- FELDMAN, Lew D., editor. An Ideal Interview with Sherlock Holmes by "Anyhow". Jamaica, NY: House of El Dieff, [1951]. Staple-bound. FIRST SEPARATE EDITION. Out-of-series copy of an "edition limited strictly to the Canonical Sixty," PRESENTATION COPY, SIGNED by the editor for George Kreuzberger. De Waal 5797. -- ANONYMOUS, ("Dodo"). "The Red Mark." In: Pick-Me-Up. [London], 3 February 1900. Parody featuring "Don Uncoyle." Not in De Waal. -- [DUNNE, Finley Peter]. "Sherlock Holmes." In: Observation by Mr Dooley. New York: R.H. Russell, 1902. De Waal 5885. -- BANGS, John Kendrick. A House-Boat on the Styx. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1896. --The Pursuit of the House-Boat. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1897. De Waal 5811. -- The Enchanted Type-Writer. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1899. De Waal 5813. -- R. Holmes & Co. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1906. De Waal 5812. -- THIERRY, James Francis. The Adventure of the Eleven Cuff-Buttons. New York: Neale Publishing, 1918. -- CLOUSTON, J. Storer. "The Truthful Lady." In: Carrington's Cases. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1920. -- MILNE, A.A. "Dr. Watson Speaks Out." In: By Way of Introduction. London: Methuen, [1929]. Dust jacket. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Together 11 volumes, all FIRST EDITIONS or FIRST EDITIONS IN BOOK FORM except as noted, 8o, original bindings, condition varies. An interesting collection of early Sherlockiana containing parodies and pastiches, all contemporary to Arthur Conan Doyle. (11)
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