The Holy Bible reprinted according to the Authorised Version, 1611 [in four volumes]. [Together with] The Apocrypha ...
London, Nonesuch Press, 1924 (The Apocrypha), 1925, 1925, 1926 and 1927 (all first thus).
Folio, five volumes, [iv], 238,  (tail-piece, verso blank) pages plus the colophon; [iv], 328 pages plus the colophon; [iv], 418,  (tail-piece, verso blank) pages plus the colophon; [iv], 328 (last blank) pages plus the colophon with the tail-piece printed below it; and 310 (last blank) pages plus the colophon with the tail-piece printed below it. Each volume contains an engraved title page, a head-piece and a tail-piece by Stephen Gooden.
Gilt-decorated parchment, all edges uncut; spines very lightly sunned; minor bumps to two volumes (the head of the spine and the two bottom corners of the Apocrypha, and the foot of the rear hinge and the corners of the second volume of the Bible); overall an excellent (even exceptional) set of an impressive work let down by the choice of binding material.
One of 1000 unnumbered sets of the Bible and number 995 of 1250 copies of the Apocrypha, all printed on Japon vellum. [5 items].