Adolph Meyer
Vital statistics
Sex Male
Occupation Spy
Behind the scenes
Appearances "The Bruce-Partington Plans" (mentioned)

Adolph Meyer was a spy living in London who Holmes names as one of the three most effective foreign agents in Britain. He is mentioned in 1 of Holmes' cases of international significance.

Canon references

"The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans"

Adolph Meyer is mention by Mycroft Holmes, along with Louis La Rothière and Hugo Oberstein, when top secret military plans are stolen from Woolwich Arsenal, apparently by a young clerk named Cadogan West who is later found dead on the railway tracks. Holmes' attentions are soon turned towards Oberstein as being the most likely culprit.