1708 PRISTINE Complete Large Folio KJV Bible with 6 large double page maps, Apocrypha, Psalter and the famous Geneva commentary notes - Antique Family Bibles and Early English Bibles

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    1708 PRISTINE Complete Large Folio KJV Bible with 6 large double page maps, Apocrypha, Psalter and the famous Geneva commentary notes
Size: folio 16.5" x 10.5" x 3.5" thick
Publisher: at Amsterdam, with maps by Nicolaas Visscher.
VERY GOOD to  EXCELLENT condition
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RARE EARLY EDITION of a CELEBRATED WORK.
FINE ORIGINAL FULL CALF LEATHER BINDING
KING JAMES BIBLE IN ENGLISH - ELEPHANT FOLIO 16.5" x 10.5" inches (LxB).
6 ORIGINAL DOUBLE PAGE COPPER ENGRAVED MAPS by NICHOLAS VISSCHER

THE HOLY BIBLE Containing THE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT Newly Translated out of the Original Tongues and with The Former Translations diligently compared and revised by his Majestie's special command. With Most Profitable Annotations upon all the hard places, and other things of Great Importance Which Notes have Never Before Been Set Forth with This New Translation. But are now placed in due order with great care and duftrie. Printed in the year 1708'
ALL titles (2 x General/Old Testament title and New Testament and the Psalter) are dated 1708/1707 (MDCCVII). Rare Early Edition. Including six folding engraved maps and plans by Nicolaus Visscher. Re-bound in beautiful calf leather binding, gilt ruled spine with 5 raised bands & text 'Holy Bible'.
King James' version, with the FAMOUS and EXTENSIVE Geneva notes (like a modern day study Bible), etc., Printed Abroad, probably Amsterdam.. A classic work. Complete as issued with ALSO:  the Apocrypha, the metric Psalter and various Tables/Concordances etc.

CONDITION REPORT: overall VERY GOOD to  EXCELLENT condition: Antiquarian quality restored binding (superb), restored spine. Clean pages (some occasional typical foxing) and overall an amazing quality. Clean maps with a few tattered edges (see picutres). Complete in EVERY aspect.

A beautiful extra large Bible with maps and Geneva commentary
 
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