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010539

The Adventure of the Yellow Face'. A visitor to Holmes springing up in alarm that the detective should know his name. 'If you wish to preserve your incognito,' said Holmes, smiling, 'I should suggest that you cease to write your name in the lining of your hat ...'. From 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' by Conan Doyle from 'The Strand Magazine' (London, 1893). Illustration by Sidney E Paget, the first artist to draw Sherlock Holmes. Engraving.

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The Adventure of the Yellow Face'. A visitor to Holmes springing up in alarm that the detective should know his name. 'If you wish to preserve your incognito,' said Holmes, smiling, 'I should suggest that you cease to write your name in the lining of your hat ...'.  From 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' by Conan Doyle from 'The Strand Magazine' (London, 1893). Illustration by Sidney E Paget, the first artist to draw Sherlock Holmes.  Engraving.