Queen Elizabeth II bestowed the actor Vasily Livanov Order of the British Empire for creating the most faithful image of the legendary detective Despite the dozens of film adaptations of English, it is our Sherlock Holmes liked the people of Albion. Britain's Queen Elizabeth II bestowed not so long ago, the actor Vasily Livanov, who played a major role in the national TV series "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson," Order of the British Empire. New Zealand Mint Ltd. issued a four-coin set to celebrate the 120th anniversary of Sherlock Holmes; the picture of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson are easily recognizible as Vasily Livanov and Vitaly Solomin.
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