Facsimile Bibles

Facsimile Bibles are exact photocopies of the originals which are often hidden away in a museum. This means you will be reading exactly what was printed on a page 300, 400 or even 500 years ago. It also means that you will see the smudges, tears, dirt and spots that may obscure small portions of text. I have attempted to note the facsimiles with major problems, but please note that all may have some errors.

1. Pre-English Bibles

Diatessaron of Tatian. 175. This is an English Translation of the Diatessaron of Tatian. This was a harmony of the four gospels compiled in the third quarter of the second century. It was "first edited in an English form" by Samuel Hemphill in 1888. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 112pp $30.00, paperback 112pp $16.00. Click here for a sample page.
Gothic and Anglo Saxon Gospels. 350. The Gothic and Anglo Saxon Gospels with the Versions of Wycliffe and Tyndale in a facsimile reprint. This was originally published in 1888. The original scans for this edition have errors. A few pages are smeared and there are some pages with text loss toward the center of the book. Please take note of this before ordering. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback 626pp $43.00, paperback 626pp $30.00. Click here for a sample page.
Caedmon's Metrical Paraphrase. 650. This is a facsimile reprint of Caedmon's Metrical Paraphrase of parts of the Holy Scriptures in Anglo Saxon. This is an edition by Benjamin Thorpe published in 1832. It includes Thorpe's English translation in parallel. The images for this copy had several problems. About 15 pages have 10-20% text missing and one page was completely missing. Please consider that before ordering. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 377pp $34.00, paperback 377pp $21.00. Click here for a sample page.
Genesis A. 650. This is a facsimile of the 1915 printing of Caedmon's Genesis A. This is a modern English translation from the Old English translated by Lawrence Mason. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 74pp $28.00, paperback 74pp $15.00. Click here for a sample page.
Lindisfarne and Rushworth Gospels. 950. This is a facsimile reprint of a four volume work titled The Lindisfarne and Rushworth Gospels in Latin and Anglo Saxon. It is reproduced here in just two volumes. Edited by J. Stevenson and G. Waring, published from 1854-65. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 385pp $34.00, hardback (volume 2) 517pp $37.00, paperback (volume 1) 385pp $21.00, paperback (volume 2) 517pp $24.00. Click here for a sample page.
West Saxon Psalms. 950. This is a facsimile reprint of the 1907 work edited by James Wilson Bright, The West Saxon Psalms, Being the Prose Portion, or The 'First Fifty' of the So-Called Paris Psalter. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 162pp $29.00, paperback 162pp $17.00. Click here for a sample page.
West Saxon Gospels. 1000. This is a facsimile of four volumes edited by James Wilson Bright from the years 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1910. All four volumes are here included in one, giving you the entire West Saxon Gospels in just one book. Some pages were missing from the scans used to produce this book. They are as follows: Matthew: 50-51, 54-55, 114-115, 118; Luke: 7-8, 9-10 This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 664pp $39.00, paperback 664pp $26.00. Click here for a sample page.

2. Middle English Bibles

Fourteenth Century English Biblical Version. 1380. This is a facsimile copy of A Fourteenth Century English Biblical Version edited by Anna C. Paues and published by Cambridge in 1904. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 352pp $33.00, paperback 352pp $21.00. Click here for a sample page.
Wycliffe Bible. 1382. This is a five volume reprint of Forshall & Madden's 1850 critical edition of Wycliffe's Bible. Theirs is recognized as the definitive edition of Wycliffe's Bible. Includes an extensive introduction containing a history of this and Anglo-Saxon translations. Originally, this was a four volume work. Limitations of my publisher force this into five volumes. Volume A contains Genesis through Ruth, Volume B 1 Kings - II Paralipomenon, Volume C 1 Esdras - Isaiah, Volume D Jeremiah - II Maccabees, Volume E Matthew - Apocalypse. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 755pp $46.00, hardback (volume 2) 480pp $39.00, hardback (volume 3) 757pp $46.00, hardback (volume 4) 557pp $41.00, hardback (volume 5) 771pp $46.00. Click here for a sample page.

3. Pre-1611 Bibles

New Testament in Scots. 1520. This is a facsimile of Murdoch Nisbet's 1520 translation of the text of the Wycliffe-Purvey New Testament into Scots. It was eventually published by the Scottish Text Society. Scots is a dialect of English, with variants throughout the country. Example Scripture: Jesus sais to him, I am way, treuth, and lif; na man commis to the fader, bot be me. (John 14:6). This is a three volume set. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 338pp $33.00, hardback (volume 2) 381pp $34.00, hardback (volume 3) 407pp $34.00, paperback (volume 1) 338pp $21.00, paperback (volume 2) 381pp $21.00, paperback (volume 3) 407pp $22.00. Click here for a sample page.
Tyndale's 1525 Matthew Fragment. 1525. This is a facsimile of William Tyndale's 1525 fragment of Matthew produced at Cologne. This is sometimes known as the Cologne Fragment. The printing of this first edition was interrupted by authorities seeking to shut down Tyndale and his work. This is a 6x9 volume, available in paperback 64pp $15.00. Click here for a sample page.
J. I. Mombert's 1884 edition of Tyndale's Pent.. 1530. In 1884 J. I. Mombert produced a "critical" edition of William Tyndale's 1530 Pentateuch. It shows the main text with variations from Tyndale's 1534 Genesis, the Vulgate Pentateuch as well as Luther and Matthew's Bible. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 783pp $48.00. Click here for a sample page.
George Joye. The Psalter of David in English. 1530. This is a facsimile reprint of George Joye's translation of the Psalms from 1534. Many titles were faded (it appears they were printed lighter or in a different color). There may be a few missing pages though mistakes in numbering make it difficult to be certain. Otherwise, the majority of the text is a readable copy of a very rare version! Original Copy - Herbert's number 3, STC number 2370. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 471pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
William Tyndale. Tyndale's Pentateuch (1530). 1530. This is a facsimile of William Tyndale's Pentateuch (Five Books of Moses) published in 1530. Some titles were cropped and a very few pages had some text loss in the gutter. Otherwise this is a good copy of Scriptures 480 years old! This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 760pp $45.00. Click here for a sample page.
Jonah. 1531. This is a facsimile of William Tyndale's prologue and translation of Jonah. This is Herbert's number 6, STC number 2788. This is a 6x9 volume, available in paperback 49pp $9.00. Click here for a sample page.
George Joye. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Isaiah and Jeremiah. 1534. This is a combined facsimile reprint of four of George Joye's translations. Included in one volume are the separately published Proverbs plus Ecclesiastes (1534), Isaiah (1531) and Jeremiah (1534). Original copies: Proverbs & Ecclesiastes - Herbert number 10, Isaiah - Herbert number 5, Jeremiah - Herbert number 11. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 651pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
George Joye. The New Testament. 1534. This is a facsimile reprint of George Joye's revision of William Tyndale's New Testament. Due to printing limitations, this had to be split into two volumes. Volume 1 contains the Gospels and Acts, volume 2 contains the epistles and Revelation This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 518pp $35.00, hardback (volume 2) 382pp $30.00. Click here for a sample page.
Tyndale 1534 New Testament. 1534. This is one of the last New Testaments published while Tyndale was still alive. The original title was "The Newe Testament dylygently corrected and compared with the Greke by Willyam Tindale and fynesshed in the yere of our Lorde God A.M.D. & xxxiiii. in the month of November. " The original copy is Herbert's number 13, STC 2826 (John 14:3b-14:28a and Romans 2:9b-3:4 taken from Herberts 15). This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 798pp $46.00. Click here for a sample page.
Myles Coverdale. Coverdale Bible. 1535. Myles Coverdale was the first to publish a complete English Bible. Coverdale's work was based on the Zurich Bible of Zwingli, the Vulgate, the Latin text of Paginius, Martin Luther's Bible and Tyndale's New Testament. This was the first Bible to introduce chapter summaries instead of just chapter headings. Due to the quality of the scans used for this facsimile, the marginal notes are often obscured in the gutter. However, I've elected to leave them in with this edition so as much readable text is available as possible. There are also some pages with minor text loss due to the condition of the original Bible. Many titles are cropped. Otherwise, this is a readable copy of a 1535 Bible! Volume 1 covers Genesis to Isaiah, Volume 2 covers Jeremiah to Revelation. (Note: Even if you already bought the previous edition of the Coverdale facsimile, you will still need to purchase both volumes of this new edition) This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 591pp $45.00, hardback (volume 2) 558pp $45.00, paperback (volume 1) 591pp $35.00, paperback (volume 2) 558pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
Coverdale Illustrated 1538 New Testament. 1538. This is a 1538 Coverdale New Testament with over 200 woodcut illustrations. This unique and historical Bible is an edition of Coverdale's 1535 Bible. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 568pp $40.00, paperback 568pp $28.00. Click here for a sample page.
Coverdale's Latin/English Diglot New Testament. 1538. This is a facsimile of Coverdale's corrected Latin/English Diglot from November of 1538, printed in Paris. This may be the very first facsimile of this rare translation ever published. Cleaned, formatted and presented to you by a Biblical Scholar who wants God's word available to us all! Herbert's # 39. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback 575pp $44.00, paperback 575pp $32.00. Click here for a sample page.
Myles Coverdale. Goostly Psalmes. 1539. This is a facsimile reprint of a translation of the Psalms produced by Myles Coverdale around 1539. Original Copy - Herbert's number 47, STC number 25892. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 123pp $26.00. Click here for a sample page.
Rychard Taverner. Taverner's Bible. 1539. This is a facsimile of Rychard Taverner's Bible of 1539. This is a revision of the Matthew Bible of 1537. While his work was not used by Bible versions that followed, this is an important work in the history of the English Bible. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 494pp $45.00, hardback (volume 2) 535pp $45.00, paperback (volume 1) 494pp $35.00, paperback (volume 2) 535pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
Great Bible. 1540. This is a facsimile of the 1540 edition of the Great Bible that was first published in 1539. This Bible was authorized by King Henry VIII, directed by Sir Thomas Cromwell and prepared by Myles Coverdale. Some pages were replaced with better copies from a second copy from the same year (1540). This is Herbert's #53 and STC #2070. Volume 1 covers Genesis to Isaiah, Volume 2 covers Jeremiah to Revelation. (Note: Even if you already bought the previous edition of the Coverdale facsimile, you will still need to purchase both volumes of this new edition) This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 553pp $45.00, hardback (volume 2) 512pp $45.00, paperback (volume 1) 553pp $35.00, paperback (volume 2) 512pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
George Joye. Exposition of Daniel. 1545. This is a facsimile reprint of George Joye's 1545 exposition of the book of Daniel. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 490pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
Crowley, Robert. Psalter of David. 1549. This is a facsimile reprint of The Psalter of David translated into English Metre (the first such Psalter in English Meter). This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 356pp $33.00, paperback 356pp $21.00. Click here for a sample page.
Sir John Cheke's Version. 1550. This book is Sir John Cheke's version of Matthew and Mark chapter 1 from 1550. This is a facsimile reprint of James Goodwin's 1843 reprint of Cheke's work. It includes his translation and some of his letters. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 138pp $27.00, paperback 138pp $15.00. Click here for a sample page.
Rychard Jugge. The New Testament. 1553. This is a facsimile reprint of Rychard Jugge's 1553 New Testament. This was a revision of William Tyndale's New Testament. Original copy Herbert's number 104, STC number 2869. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 668pp $40.00. Click here for a sample page.
Whittingham New Testament. 1557. This is a facsimile copy of William Whittingham's 1557 New Testament. This was the precursor to the Geneva Bible of 1560. While he did go on to work on the Geneva Bible, his New Testament should be considered a separate version. Very hard to find in facsimile or any format! This edition is cleaned up from the paperback version, 1 original page per facsimile page and hardbound. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 508pp $40.00, hardback (volume 2) 434pp $40.00. Click here for a sample page.
Whittingham's NT. 1557. This is a facsimile copy of William Whittingham's 1557 New Testament. This was the precursor to the Geneva Bible of 1560. While he did go on to work on the Geneva Bible, his New Testament should be considered a separate version. Very hard to find in facsimile or any format! This is a 9x7 volume, available in paperback 468pp $26.00. Click here for a sample page.
Geneva Bible. 1560. This is the Bible of the Reformation, published in 1560. This was the first Bible to be printed in easier to read Roman type. It was also the first to divide the text into verses as found in Stephanus' 1551 Greek NT. This fast became a popular Bible, despite its controversial study notes. Even the KJV committee recognized its value, using it as one of their resources in developing the Authorised Verison. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 785pp $47.00, hardback (volume 2) 454pp $39.00. Click here for a sample page.
Bishops' Bible. 1568. This version was created by Matthew Parker and other Bishops of the Church of England. There was a desire in England to have a new translation that fit the current church. While the Geneva Bible was a superior translation its study notes made it unacceptable for use by the Church of England. The Bishops Bible is a revision of the Great Bible. It would be the last protestant version before the Authorised version of 1611. It has been called the “rough draft” for the AV. It is also considered the second authorised version. Its use was limited and short lived as it was outclassed by the superior Geneva Bible. This is a three volume set with volume 1 containing Genesis through Job, volume 2 containing Psalmes through Machabees, and volume 3 containing the New Testament. This is an actual facsimile of the original printing. There is some text loss in the gutter, usually affecting the marginal notes. There is some fading which affects various parts of the page. Overall a very readable copy of an ancient Bible. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 678pp $45.00, hardback (volume 2) 641pp $45.00, hardback (volume 3) 318pp $35.00, paperback (volume 1) 678pp $35.00, paperback (volume 2) 641pp $35.00, paperback (volume 3) 318pp $25.00. Click here for a sample page.
Gregory Martin. Rhemes New Testament. 1582. This is the Rhemes New Testament of 1582. It was the first Catholic New Testament in English. It was followed by the Douay Old Testament in 1609-10. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 800pp $45.00. Click here for a sample page.
Gregory Martin. Rhemes New Testament. 1582. This is the Rhemes New Testament of 1582. It was the first Catholic New Testament in English. It was followed by the Douay Old Testament in 1609-10. This edition has been provided in an 8.5x11 inch size for better readability. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback 800pp $60.00.
Bishop's Bible. 1595. This is a facsimile reprint of the 1595 Bishops' Bible. See the 1568 facsimile for the original edition. NOTE: The original scans for this edition have errors. A few pages have text loss due to scanning errors. Please take note of this before ordering. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 740pp $46.00, hardback (volume 2) 409pp $37.00, paperback (volume 1) 740pp $33.00, paperback (volume 2) 409pp $25.00. Click here for a sample page.
Geneva Bible. 1599. This is a later edition of the Geneva Bible of 1560. It is the 1599 revision of the original 1560. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 641pp $44.00, hardback (volume 2) 264pp $33.00, paperback (volume 1) 641pp $32.00, paperback (volume 2) 264pp $22.00. Click here for a sample page.
Gregory Martin. Douay Old Testament. 1610. This is the Douay Old Testament of 1609-10. This was the first Catholic Bible in English. Due to page limitations of lulu.com, this had to be made into 4 books. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 586pp $35.00, hardback (volume 2) 555pp $35.00, hardback (volume 3) 548pp $35.00, hardback (volume 4) 585pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
Gregory Martin. Douay Old Testament. 1610. This is the Douay Old Testament of 1609-10. This was the first Catholic Bible in English. Due to page limitations of lulu.com, this had to be made into 4 books. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 587pp $49.00, hardback (volume 2) 557pp $49.00, hardback (volume 3) 552pp $49.00, hardback (volume 4) 591pp $49.00.

4. 1611 to 1901 Bibles

Authorised 1611 New Testament. 1611. This is a facsimile reprint of the Authorised 1611 New Testament. All the preliminary pages are includes (such as the "Translators to the Reader"). This is an inexpensive way to read the New Testament as it was published 400 years ago! This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback 385pp $35.00. Click here for a sample page.
James Stuart. The Psalmes of King David Translated by King James. 1631. Some believe that King James did not do the translation work and suggest that Sir William Alexander was the translator. Others point to statements by Alexander about James' insistence on his translations to suggest King James did indeed do the translation work. Thomas Young wrote that King James translated only 31 of the Psalms before his death and that Alexander revised and finished the translation. No matter what the actual authorship was, this book of Psalms was published after King James' death by his son, King Charles. It was not well received by the church. This is a reprint made from scans of an original. There are marks from the original, a very few pages have lost some text in the gutter, several pages have lost part of the catchword. Overall, this is a readable copy of a very rare work. This is a 4.25x6.88 volume, available in paperback 328pp $19.00.
Psalms of King David. 1668. This is a facsimile reprint of The Psalms of King David by Miles Smyth. This was published in 1668. Due to problems in the orginal source images, two pages are missing. Please keep this in mind before ordering. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 380pp $34.00, paperback 380pp $21.00. Click here for a sample page.
Authorised Version with Geneva Notes. 1672. In 1672 a Bible was published that combined the well known King James Version Scripture and the study notes of the Geneva Bible. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 740pp $46.00, hardback (volume 2) 248pp $34.00, paperback (volume 1) 740pp $34.00, paperback (volume 2) 248pp $21.00. Click here for a sample page.
New Testament Epitomized. 1708. This is a facsimile reprint of a poetic paraphrase of the New Testament titled The New Testament Epitomized; Being the Contents of all the Chapters Therein Done Into Verse for the Benefit of Youth by W. T. in 1708. This is a 6x9 volume, available in paperback 56pp $9.00. Click here for a sample page.
Primitive New Testament. 1745. This is a facsimile reprint of the Primitive New Testament as done by William Whiston in 1745. Whiston follows the AV closely except where it deviates from the Beza GNT. Herbert's Number 1071. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 330pp $33.00, paperback 330pp $20.00. Click here for a sample page.
Explanatory Notes Upon the New Testament. 1755. This is a facsimile of John Wesley's work. Wesley translated this work when a debilitating illness prevented him from travelling and preaching. He wanted to create a New Testament that people could understand. The English of the KJV was no longer that commonly spoken. He "examined minutely every word of the New Testament in the original Greek" to create his translation. Though done during this illness during which he expected he might die, this work was really the culmination of 25 years of study begun in 1729. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 579pp $41.00, paperback 579pp $28.00. Click here for a sample page.
Anthony Purver. Quaker Bible. 1764. This is a facsimile reprint of Anthony Purver's "Quaker Bible" from 1764. The actual original title was "A NEW AND LITERAL TRANSLATION OF ALL THE BOOKS OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT; WITH NOTES CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY." Original copy was Herbert's number 1154. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 789pp $45.00, hardback (volume 2) 695pp $45.00.
Nathaniel Scarlett's New Testament. 1798. Nathaniel Scarlett's 1798 "A Translation of the New Testament from the Original Greek Humbly Attempted by Nathaniel Scarlett assisted by Men of Piety & Literature." The team met weekly to revise the translation. Scarlett included notes to show whether it was a person speaking, or the "historian" writing the Gospel (see John 14:6). The following were part of the translation team: Nathaniel Scarlett, James Creighton, William Vidler, John Cue. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 514pp $37.00, paperback 514pp $24.00. Click here for a sample page.
Isaac Leeser. Leeser Old Testament. 1853. This is Isaac Leeser's translation of the Old Testament. Leeser took 17 years to complete his translation. This was the standard American Jewish Bible until the Jewish Publication Society's work in 1917. This is a facsimile (exact copy) of his original work. This print may contain errors due to the condition of the original or scanning errors. This is an 8.5x11 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 464pp $47.00, hardback (volume 2) 555pp $49.00.
Leicester Sawyer's NT. 1858. Leicester Sawyer arranged the books of the NT chronologically and reorganized the chapters and divisions. His layout makes for a very readable Bible. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 423pp $34.00, paperback 423pp $22.00. Click here for a sample page.
Song of Solomon in 24 English Dialects. 1862. This is a facsimile reprint of "The Song of Solomon in 24 English Dialects." This is really a series of small books that were commissioned by Prince Bonaparte in the mid 1800s. Dialects included are those of Cornwall, Cumberland, Devonshire, Dorset, Durham, Lancashire, Norfolk, Northumberland, Saxon English, Lowland Scots, Somersetshire, Sussex, Westmoreland, Wiltshire and Yorkshire. Please note: The copy used to produce this facsimile was not correct, sections were missing that were listed in the original contents. Others were listed out of the order of binding. One section was added that was not listed. To round out the total number of dialects to the original 24, Henry Scott Riddell’s Lowland Scots was added to the end. A resorted table of contents is included. The original table of contents is left intact for reference. This is a 7.5x7.5 volume, available in paperback 486pp $22.00. Click here for a sample page.
Nu Testament ov or Lord. 1864. This is a facsimile reprint of The Nu Testament ov Or Lord and Savyor Jezus Krist published by Elias Longley in 1864. This is the entire New Testament in Phonetic Spelling. An unusual and awkward Bible oddity! This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 346pp $33.00, paperback 346pp $21.00. Click here for a sample page.
Tischendorf, Constantine. Tischendorf AV New Testament with variants. 1869. This is a facsimile reprint of The New Testament: The Authorised English Version; With Introduction, And Various Readings From The Three Most Celebrated Manuscripts Of The Original Greek Text . This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 437pp $35.00, paperback 437pp $22.00. Click here for a sample page.
American Revised Edition. 1882. This is a New Testament from 1882 which is properly called the American Revised Edition. The text of the American Standard Version, by agreement with the English Committee, was not supposed to be published until after 1900. However, the American Baptist Publication Society took the Revised Version, incorporated the American Committee's preferred readings into the text, and published it in 1882. The text of this Bible should be close to the ASV. This is a 6x9 volume, available in dustcover 525pp $38.00, paperback 525pp $24.00. Click here for a sample page.
Psalms: Frae Hebrew Intil Scottis. 1882. The Psalms: Frae Hebrew Intil Scottis (From Hebrew Into Scots) by P. Hately Waddell published in 1882. This is a 7.44x9.68 volume, available in paperback 113pp $17.00. Click here for a sample page.
English Revised Version. 1885. In 1881 a revision of the Authorised New Testament was published, with the Old Testament following in 1885. An American committee was involved, though many of their suggestions were relegated to an appendix. Despite the quality of this work, it never caught on as well as the King James Version. It is often called simply "The Revised Version." This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 711pp $40.00, hardback (volume 2) 231pp $31.00, paperback (volume 1) 711pp $28.00, paperback (volume 2) 231pp $18.00. Click here for a sample page.
Parallel AV & ERV NT. 1885. This is a parallel edition of the 1885 English Revised Version New Testament. It shows the Authorised and English Revised Versions in two parallel columns. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 322pp $32.00, paperback 322pp $20.00. Click here for a sample page.
Apocrypha (English Revised Version). 1894. This is the Apocrypha of the English Revised Version translated in 1894, published by Thomas Nelson in 1895. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 188pp $30.00, paperback 188pp $17.00. Click here for a sample page.
Historical New Testament. 1901. This is a facsimile reprint of The Historical New Testament a new translation by James Moffatt. This is the second and revised edition. Arranged in the "order of its literary growth and according to the dates of the documents." This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 768pp $42.00. Click here for a sample page.
New Testament from the Sinaitic Manuscript. 1918. This is a facsimile reprint of H. T. Anderson's The New Testament: Translated from the Sinaitic Manuscript Discovered by Constantine Tischendorf at Mt. Sinai published in 1918. This is a separate translation from his earlier New Testament in 1864. This is a 7.44x9.68 volume, available in paperback 320pp $23.00. Click here for a sample page.

5. Post 1901 Bibles

American Baptist Publication Society Bible. 1913. This is a two volume edition (due to lulu.com limitations) of a Bible published by the American Baptist Publication Society in 1913. The ABPS took over this Bible from the American Bible Union in either 1882 or 1883. The ABPS first published this version in 1891. This is a facsimile; a few pages had underlining on them and there was some distortion toward the center of some pages. However, the Scripture is readable throughout. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback (volume 1) 724pp $41.00, hardback (volume 2) 679pp $40.00, paperback (volume 1) 724pp $28.00, paperback (volume 2) 679pp $27.00. Click here for a sample page.
Frank Schell Ballentine. Plainer Bible. 1922. This is "A Plainer Bible for Plain People in Plain American" by Chaplain Ballentine. It was published in 1922. This is a facsimile reprint of that edition. Due to printing problems with the original in 1922, some pages (about 10) are faded in spots and may be difficult to read. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 476pp $37.00, paperback 476pp $25.00. Click here for a sample page.
Wade, George Woosung. Documents of the New Testament. 1934. Translation by George Woosung Wade of the New Testament from Greek. Released in 1934. This is intended to be an accurate, yet not literal rendering of the GNT. The books are not in canonical order, but in historical order. Verses within the books are sometimes reordered as well: John chapter 14 is inserted after 13:31-38, which is moved to after chapter 16, etc. Cross references: Herbert's Catalogue - 2246, Chamberlin pg 576. This is a 6x9 volume, available in hardback 574pp $38.00, paperback 574pp $25.00. Click here for a sample page.