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Sherlocko the Monk: The Clever Ruse of the Imaginary Dollar (January 5, 1911)

Sherlocko the Monk: The Clever Ruse of the Imaginary Dollar (January 5, 1911)

“I lost sight of him behind a stack of chimneys …”

– The Sign of the Four (SIGN)

We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. We are pleased to share another of these comic strips, The Clever Ruse of the Imaginary Dollar, that was published on January 5, 1911 in The Washington DC Evening Star. Enjoy!

Sherlocko the Monk: The Curious Episode of the Red Hot Coin (May 2, 1911)

Sherlocko the Monk: The Curious Episode of the Red Hot Coin (May 2, 1911)

“The smell of hot metal …” – The Red-Headed League (REDH) We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. We are pleased to share another of these comic strips, The Curious Epiosde of the Red Hot Cent, that was published… Continue Reading

Sherlocko the Monk: The Mystery of the $100,000 Deficit (February 3, 1911)

Sherlocko the Monk: The Mystery of the $100,000 Deficit (February 3, 1911)

“… a premature examination of accounts exposed my deficit.” – The Adventure of the Gloria Scott (GLOR) We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. We are pleased to share another of these comic strips, The Mystery of the $100,000 Deficit,… Continue Reading

Hawkshaw the Detective: The Curious Episode of the Ferris Wheel and the Stolen Silver Bars (December 7, 1919)

Hawkshaw the Detective: The Curious Episode of the Ferris Wheel and the Stolen Silver Bars (December 7, 1919)

“What sort of burglars are they who steal silver …” – The Adventure of the Abbey Grange (ABBE) We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. This time, we will change it up and offer up a strip of… Continue Reading

The 1911 Film of “Trailing the Counterfeiter”

The 1911 Film of “Trailing the Counterfeiter”

“… we might appear to be two theatre-goers …” – The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton (CHAS) In addition to collecting Sherlockian numismatica, your editor actively collects film and video that portrays Holmes. The 78th Garrideb, Phillip G. Bergem, has for many years maintained a database of Sherlock Holmes related films and television shows. That checklist can be… Continue Reading

Sherlocko the Monk: The Episode of the Fifty Dollar Bill (July 24, 1911)

Sherlocko the Monk: The Episode of the Fifty Dollar Bill (July 24, 1911)

“… give him an advance upon his allowance …” – The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet (BERY) We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. We are pleased to share another of these comic strips, The Episode of the Fifty Dollar… Continue Reading

Sherlocko the Monk: The Great Post-Office Mystery; or, Why the Check Was Not Received

Sherlocko the Monk: The Great Post-Office Mystery; or, Why the Check Was Not Received

“We pulled up at the Great Peter Street post-office …” – The Sign of the Four (SIGN) We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. We are pleased to share another of these comic strips, The  Great Post-Office Mystery; or,… Continue Reading

Sherlocko the Monk: The Episode of the Elusive Penny (March 9, 1911)

Sherlocko the Monk: The Episode of the Elusive Penny (March 9, 1911)

“… he would devote his last penny …” – The Hound of the Baskervilles (HOUN) We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. We are pleased to share another of these comic strips, The Episode of the Elusive Penny, that was published… Continue Reading

Sherlocko the Monk: The Case of the $10,000 Cheque (October 10, 1911)

Sherlocko the Monk: The Case of the $10,000 Cheque (October 10, 1911)

“Here is the forged cheque …” – The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone (MAZA) We’ve shared a few installments of Sherlocko The Monk, a comic strip drawn by Gus Mager from 1910 to 1913 in the Hearst newspapers of the era. We are pleased to share another of these comic strips, The Case of the $10,000 Cheque, that was… Continue Reading