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George Bell & Sons imprint

George Bell & Sons was a British publishing company based in London (UK) from 1839 to 1986. It was founded by George Bell (1814-1890) as an educational bookseller, with the intention of selling the output of London university presses; but became best known as an independent publisher of classics and children's books.

Between 1892 and 1917, the company published 6 novels, 3 essays and 58 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.



Conan Doyle published by George Bell & Sons

1892

1896

  • 06.11.1896 : Rodney Stone (Bell's Indian and Colonial Library No. 143)

1897

  • 14.05.1897 : Uncle Bernac (Bell's Indian and Colonial Library No. 168)

1898

1900

1901

1902

1906

  • 15.11.1906 : Sir Nigel (Bell's Indian and Colonial Library No. 692) 3/6, 2/6

1907

1908

1911

1915

1917


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