As other reviewers have noted, this set of 2 disks is created from fairly off-quality video and put onto dual-side disks, which makes for an unhappy visual experience. On the other hand, these are interesting versions of the Holmes/Watson tales. Included are 11 of 13 episodes from the BBC's 1964-1965 season:
1A) The Speckled Band, The Illustrious Client, The Devil's Foot,
1B) The Copper Beaches, The Red-Headed League, The Six Napoleons,
2A) The Man with the Twisted Lip, The Beryl Coronet, Charles Augustus Milverton,
2B) The Retired Colourman,& The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax.
The two missing episodes (for which little or no footage remains) are The Bruce-Partington Place and The Abbey Grange.
The episodes were being created by scriptwriters just making the move from radio drama to tv, which makes for a fascinating study of dramatic style. For example, The Speckled Band shows a reordering of events that puts the audience right into the middle of the action of the actual murder scene from the get-go rather than waiting to give the information as a flashback during the interview with Helen Stoner. Yet it works well.
A price of about $10-$12 is about right for this, but definitely no more.