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The model of the Sherlock Holmes Museum on Baker Street is actually sold there. Many private eyes start out as policemen but this ceramic has the reverse happening! This second colourway is from a Sharon Stroud prototype painted in 2005, issued in 2009 for the last 22 numbers.

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Hazle Ceramics
Police Station
Limited Painting of 80
on London Sherlock

 Dated 1815, 239 Baker Street became a lodging house from 1860-1934, similar to the one Sherlock “lived in” at “No 221B”.

 Hearing at Bow Street Magistrates Court, 1808. It was featured in the “City of Vice” TV series on the Bow Street Runners. By its closure in 2006 many famous accused had passed through, such as Casanova, Oscar Wilde, the Krays and Pinochet.

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Police History
Crimes were once reported to local constables. In 1749, as Magistrate of Westminster, the novelist Henry Fielding began the Bow Street Runners. In 1829 Robert Peel founded London’s Metropolitan Police. Countrywide forces formed during 1837-39. Poor working conditions gradually improved. Photography from the late 1800s, fingerprinting from 1901 and DNA tests from 2001 have created great advances.

 Blue lamp at Bow Street Police Station from the late 1800s - which closed in 1992. Once in other parts of Bow Street, the old Magistrates Court above was then put in this station.

 Mounted police at Buckingham Palace.

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