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King James self pronouncing edition of the Holy Bible

King James self pronouncing edition of the Holy Bible appraisal

The only date I could find is November 11th 1880 and it's on the last page of the revisor's preface.  The only name I could find was William Smith, LL.D and it was on the page entitled Comprehensive History of the books of the Holy Bible.  This bible has an alphabetical index, marginal references, more than 500 illustrations and maps. It also has the bonds of matrimony page, a birth record page, death records page, a page to record marriages, 2 military services pages and 2 family trees pages. It has a history of the translation of the english bible. The New Testament is written with black and red lettering.

Thank you for your time,

Sincerely,

Joanna Cox

 

Category: 
Books and Manuscripts
Condition: 
Good
Medium / Material: 
Leather Binding
Distinguishing marks: 
??William Smith LL.D ?? Jerusulam Chamber Westminister Abbey?
Period: 
1800's possibly 1880?
Dimensions: 
Approximately 10 inches wide, 12 inches long, 2 and 3/4 inches thick
Weight: 
Approximately 8 -8 and 1/2 pounds
History: 
Found in a box in my grandparents basement after they passed away.
For Sale: 
Yes
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I found a bible very much like yours.  The only difference is on the page where it says "The Original Tonques", at the bottom I have the notation  "Sears, Roebuck & Co."

I can't find out very much about it.  Did you have any luck?

 

 

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