For many years, my only copy of the Complete Sherlock Holmes (novels and stories) was the good old Doubleday edition. Over the years, my copy of that edition got pretty worn. I replaced it with a Barnes & Noble reprint, which had the same text, but also sported a dust jacket that was an unpleasant orange color. So, a year ago, I was looking on Amazon at editions of the Complete Holmes, and stumbled across an edition that is well worth the reasonable price I paid for it: the Knickerbocker Classics Complete Sherlock Holmes.
It's a lovely slipcased edition of the complete novels and stories, with a ribbon placemarker, and a cover design that calls to mind the famous deerstalker cap and cape that are synonymous with the great detective in the public imagination. I haven't gotten rid of the Doubleday edition, but this one is much, much nicer. I highly recommend it!
(Incidentally, I also have a Complete Works of William Shakespeare published by Knickerbocker Classics, in a similar slipcase...another beautiful piece of work. And reasonably priced.)
I'm a stay-at-home dad, and Director of Music Ministries at a United Methodist Church in Mt. Juliet, TN. And a longtime fan of Sherlock Holmes.