The last antique printing of the Tyndale New Testament was printed by S. Bagster in 1836… a 4-color frontispiece of the eminent scholar and martyr, as well as a 4-color impression of the New Testament title page made possible by advancements in printing technology.
The exact facsimile (standing 8.25″ tall x 7.5″ wide and 1.5″ thick) includes 98 pages of the proceedings and correspondence of Henry VIII, Sir Thomas More, and Lord Thomas Cromwell together with 215 pages of Tyndale’s New Testament.
Bound in Leatherette (better than leather) manufactured to last a lifetime.
The original 1836 printing from which this facsimile was manufactured was produced on the eve of the accession of Queen Victoria: 20 June 1837.
This facsimile is manufactured by hand using the finest paper and 4-color lithography.
Also included are Bible leaves from a Pre 1644 Geneva Quarto & Pre 1650 King James Bible.