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The World of Sherlock Holmes - 1000 Piece Puzzle

£13.50

SKU: 277497

The World of Sherlock Holmes - 1000 Piece Puzzle

Don your deer-stalker, grab your pipe and piece together the world of super sleuth Sherlock Holmes in this art jigsaw puzzle depicting the London of his day. Spot infamous characters, crime-solving clues, and historical figures as you build the puzzle. Hunt for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most memorable characters, from the hound at Baskerville Hall to Moriarty, Dr. Watson, Mycroft and more, as well as real historical figures from the era in this brilliant puzzle complete with bodies, boat chases and of course - 221B Baker Street. The puzzle includes a pull-out poster of fun Sherlock facts.

Nicholas Utechin is the official historian of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London and author of numerous books on Sherlock Holmes. Doug John Miller is a London-based illustrator, whose drawings experiment with surreal and fantastical architecture. Previous clients include the New York Times, WIRED, Empire and the Atlantic.

  • 1000 pieces
  • Complete puzzle: 26.5cm x 26.5cm
  • Unsuitable for under 3's due to small parts

Part of our brilliant Jigsaw Puzzles & Games Collection

You may also love a more traditional style jigsaw like those in our Classic and Comic Jigsaw Collection.

Customer Reviews

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Paul townsend
Great detail

This is the second of the series that I’ve done love the quality and detail

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Dorothy Reid
Challenging jigsaw

Enjoying the challenge. Educating the grandchildren on Victorian London.

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Sue P
Great puzzle!

Good quality pieces. Challenging and enjoyable. Very prompt delivery.

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Tania Milburn
Jigsaw

Lovely puzzle fast delivery

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Bekki
I love the detail!

I love this puzzle! I’m part way through at the moment but the level of detail is incredible! I’m really enjoying it and the poster which accompanies it is so useful. It means that you can use the box lid to separate puzzle pieces into. I’ve completed the Shakespeare puzzle, which is just as good and I’ll be purchasing the Jane Austin one next. A round of applause to the illustrator!