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Ernest Flammarion

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Premières aventures de Sherlock Holmes
(95 centimes, 1913)

Ernest Flammarion, Éditeur is a French publishing house based in Paris founded by Ernest Flammarion (1846-1936), the brother of Camille Flammarion, the famous astronomer. The company was started in association with Charles Marpon as Charles Marpon et Ernest Flammarion. Marpon died in 1890 and the company was renamed Ernest Flammarion, Éditeur.

The company published 20 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1909 and 1913.

Conan Doyle published by E. Flammarion


  • Le Capitaine de l'étoile polaire (Collection des auteurs célèbres No. 491)
    • 6 short stories translated by François de Gail



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