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ThomasH at Jan 13, 2022 10:52 PM


655.1 H23 P.M. Handover - Painting in London 1960
-Cornelius Bod engraved the title page (in the 1st (?)
edition of King Jame's Bible (?) size 13 3/4 x 8 7/8")
Printer - Robert Barkes - black letter
Wicked Bible appeared in 1631 not omitted from the
7th Commandment.
Bishop's Bible - printed by Christopher Barkes I (died 1589) 1584
(plate size 10 x 5 3/4") - engraved frontiagice
sat edition 1568 - and 1572
current edition of Authorized Version -> 3 imprints - the
Kind's or Queen's Printer, or either of the (?) Presses
at Oxford & Cambridge - "The Bible Portent"
under Henry VII - 1st known King's Printer -> William Foquez
Henry VII - Richard Pyrson"

King James Bible - (?) of the collected works of Shakespeare as one of the greatest legacies of the English Renaissance.

655.142 C58 Colin Clain H Hunting of Printing in Britain - 1966

The test of the 1611 Bible is a great printer black letter & chapter
Ludings & marginal notes in roman & The attendance readings in (?)
There are 3 (?) assigned to the year 1611 The 1st quote
edition was printed in roman in 1612.
- contains 794,946 words -
Monte, Horace Frederick - revised edition 1968 Benda Z7771 ESH47
James I 1566-1625 (reigned 1603-25); as James VI of Scotland
reigned 1567-1625; only child of Mary Queen of Scot. Invited to
(?) Elizabeth in 1603 as James I, he thereafter achieved to
play off Catholic vs Protestant; presiding at the Hampton Court
Conference (1604), he displaced the Puritans & a religious policy
that produced the Authorized (King James) Versian of the Bible (1601)

The best of our felio Black Letter Bibles was of 1640 p. 92-Carter
T.H. Darlows H.F. Mowle, Historical Catalogue of the Printed
Edition of Holy Scripture, vol. 1 (1903), No. 421
1611 2 issuess seem to have been published that year - the printing possible
having been done in 2 shops ("He + She")