King James Bible 1611 Print

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King James Bible 1611 Print

299.99

 

Date: 1611

Author:  Bible

 

Language: English

In January 1604, King James I of England convened the Hampton Court Conference where a new English version of the Holy Bible was conceived in response to the perceived problems of the earlier translations as detected by the Puritans, a faction within the Church of England. These problems included Psalm 28, the Great Bible stated, 'They were not disobedient,' where as the corrected translation was 'They were not obedient.' Completed by the Kings printer Robert Barker in 1611, this King James Bible brings about a whole new look to the Holy Bible. With Daily reading schedules, and extensive Biblical family trees, this bible covers everything and anything. Under strict restrictions from King James, the translators formed a Bible that soon became the Holy Bible that was found on the Pulpit of the Church of England, replacing its predecessor the Bishop's Bible. From the original woodblock printing, we have created an exact reproduction of the original King James Bible. The King James version is the most printed book in history, boasting over 1 billion copies in print, but this 1611 reproduction lets you experience this great work in its original form.

Hardcover without stamping - 299.99



 

 

Reproduction Details:

The hardcover books are made with wood and either cowhide or soft lamb skin. The binding is a combination of modern and old world techniques. We perfect bind the book block first, then the book is hand sewn into 20 page signatures and then multiple layers of mull cloth are applied. Drying in between each layer. The end result is a binding that will last generations to come.

 

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All of our facsimiles are made after the order is placed. Please allow 4-6 weeks for notification of shipment.

 

 

 

 

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