- Bible Facsimiles
Facsimile Editions of Bibles and Scriptural Texts Distributed by OMI
- Blockbook Apocalypse
a mid fifteenth century copy of the Book of Revelation, or Apocalypse, the last book of the New Testament. An outstanding example of a blockbook, it was produced in the Netherlands and consists of 42 plates of hand coloured illustrations accompanied by explanatory text in Latin. This work has long been acknowledged as one of the greatest achievements of the medieval woodcutter's art.
- Embroidered Genevan Bible
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- Engravings from 1791 Folio Bible Printed by Isaiah Thomas in Worcester, MA.
Benjamin Franklin called Isaiah Thomas the "Baskerville of America." Thomas was one of the most notable Bible publishers in the early Republic. He began his business in Boston, where he was publisher of the newspaper Massachusetts Spy. During the Revolution, he moved his business to Boston. In planning his 1791 folio Bible, Thomas made a special effort to print a correct text for His Bible and examined over thirty copies of the King James Version, printed at different times by different publishers, to determine the best text. Several leading clergymen also examined his text.
- Historic Bibles, rare heirloom bible leaves, christian and jewish gifts and collectables
- Hunterian Psalter- Selection of images
The Hunterian Psalter is a twelfth century illuminated manuscript, thought to have been produced in England c. 1170. It is regarded as the greatest treasure of William Hunter's (1718-83) magnificent library of books and manuscripts.
- Lovett: William Tyndale
Details: William Tyndale; a biography being a contribution to the early history of the English Bible. Popular ed., rev. by Richard Lovett
- New Heart English Bible
The New Heart English Bible New Testament is a Public Domain (no copyright) Modern English translation of the New Testament and is based on the American Standard Version first published in 1901 and the United Bible Societies Greek New Testament. The footnotes contain comparisons of the UBS text with the Byzantine Majority and TR Greek texts as well as the Latin Vulgate and Aramaic Peshitta.
- The Four Gospels
The Folio Society
- The Hunterian Psalter
One of a small group of elaborately illuminated English psalters produced in the Twelfth Century, this manuscript is a splendid example of Romanesque book art.
- The sources of Tindale's New Testament
Details: The sources of Tindale's New Testament
- Treasures from Glasgow University Library
- Twelfth Century Byzantine manuscript of the Greek Gospels
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