Sherlock Holmes Chapter One All Hidden Coin Locations Coin Collection In For A Penny

Sherlock Holmes Chapter One is the newest entry in the long-running detective game series from Frogwares. Speaking of long-running, you’ll probably spend quite some time searching for itsy-bitsy items as part of a sidequest. Here’s our Sherlock Holmes Chapter One guide to help you with all Hidden Coin locations as part of the In For A Penny sidequest.

Note: For more information, check out our Sherlock Holmes Chapter One guides and features hub. Likewise, you can take a look at our full campaign walkthrough.

 

Where to find all Hidden Coins in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One

You can start the In For A Penny or Coin Collection sidequest in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One after visiting Stonewood Manor for the first time. On the second floor, you’ll find a study and a desk. On the desk is a letter from Mycroft challenging Sherlock to acquire all these items. The icons will then appear on your map. However, these are only the locations of the clues. You’ll need to read each letter carefully and follow the directions to find all 10 coins. My advice is to focus on one coin at a time, as they’re often near the area where you discovered the letters.

Anyway, you can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

Note 1: As of now, I’m not sure if just heading to the actual coin location (which I’ll mark down in certain images) would be enough, or if you actually need to go through the entire searching process.

Note 2: For the images in the rest of the pages, most are arranged in a gallery format. You can click on these for a larger view (or right-click -> open image in a new tab if you’re on PC), as there are maps added as insets.

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