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Win With The Art of Sherlock Holmes USA
30 October, 2019

Win With The Art of Sherlock Holmes USA

When Art and Sherlock collides...

This is a great chance to get your hands on a beautiful book packed full of Sherlock characters, interpretations and old and new twists on Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous stories. 

The Conan Doyle Estate is proud to support such a fantastic project which in turn helps worthy causes. We are passionate about furthering the works of Arthur Conan Doyle and this marvellous creative project contemporising Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous character is a testament to this endeavour. The Conan Doyle Estate has authenticated each piece of artwork with the Estate's trademark. 

Win The Book!

To celebrate the launch of The Art of Sherlock Holmes USA Edition, MX Publishing are running a competition to win a personalised copy of the book worth $74.95. 

All you have to do is to share with MX your favourite piece of art from the whole collection - now twenty eight pieces of art. 

Tell us the number and why it's your favourite! MX Publishing will pick the best entry on the 9th of November. Here's a handy link for entering with ease! 

ENTER HERE

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