The Jeanster's Sherlock Holmes Dolls

Dolls. Action figures. Call them whatever you like. These are pictures of my collection of Sherlock Holmes toys.

I received this doll on December 10, 2007. It's a plush Sherlock Holmes doll made by the Unemployed Philosophers Guild. I believe it's one of the dolls they sell in their Little Thinkers line.

These are four tiny painted metal figures I acquired via eBay: Inspector Lestrade, Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, and Professor Moriarty. These figures are about two inches in height.

This is a Hallmark ornament I also acquired via eBay. It's Sherlock Snoopy and Watson Woodstock.

This is one of my most prized possessions. I acquired this Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes doll via eBay.

Here is how he looks minus the cape, deerstalker cap and pipe.

I managed to get two of these very rare and difficult to acquire Playmobil detective dolls. One is from a purchase via eBay. The other is a gift from my Internet friend Krista. (Thank you, Krista!)

If you click on the image below it'll take you to the beginning of an illustrated tale I'm working on using the Playmobil detective toy and the Playmobi Victorian Dollhouse.

This action figure is from the Accoutrements company. I bought it from the online retailer Archie McPhee.

This is another toy I bought via eBay. It's Star Trek - the Next Generations's Data dressed as the famous detective. He comes with a violin, pipe and magnifying glass.

This adorable little guy is Detective Tommy from the Mattel Kelly Club collection. I acquired him via eBay.

And here's a picture of my own Sherlock Holmes doll that I made by buying a generic male 16" doll and some brown felt from a crafts store.

Here are a few more pictures of that doll.

This is a picture of how my doll looked before I modified the cape and pants. This picture was taken of me aboard the Amtrak train by my friend Gary who had just recently received his new camera phone. Thanks, Gary!

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