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The Sherlockian world recently mourned the death of Danish artist Nis Jessen, whose illustrated edition of A Study in Scarlet has been called one of the most beautiful Sherlockian books ever published. Jessen died May 3 at the age of 80. Jessen said in an interview that his Study, published in 2005, was based on years of research about the Victorian world, and had taken nine years of active work; it contains 625 illustrations.
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