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Thanks! A big surprise tied into the 400th anniversary of the 1611 King James Version Bible: Two scholars have compiled the first worldwide census of extant copies of the original first printing of the 1611 King James Version (sometimes referred to as the "He" Bible). For decades, authorities from the British Museum, et al., have estimated that “around 50 copies” of that first printing still exist. The real number, however, is quite different! For more information, you're invited to contact Donald L. Brake, Sr., PhD, at dbrake1611@q.com or his associate David Sanford at drsanford@earthlink.net. You’re also invited to visit the www.credocommunications.net/kjv website for more information.
Thanks! A big surprise tied into the 400th anniversary of the 1611 King James Version Bible: Two scholars have compiled the first worldwide census of extant copies of the original first printing of the 1611 King James Version (sometimes referred to as the "He" Bible). For decades, authorities from the British Museum, et al., have estimated that “around 50 copies” of that first printing still exist. The real number is quite different. For more information, you're invited to contact Donald L. Brake, Sr., PhD, at dbrake1611@q.com or his associate David Sanford at drsanford@earthlink.net
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For important groundbreaking news about the 1611 King James Version Bible, be sure to visit the new http://www.credocommunications.net/1611KJVLeafBook website. The authors have compiled a worldwide census of extant copies of the original first printing of the 1611 King James Version (sometimes referred to as the "He" Bible). For decades, many authorities have estimated only around 50 copies of that first printing exist. The real number is quite different! The authors also have discovered how much the first KJV Bibles sold for back in 1611. For more information, you're invited to contact Donald L. Brake, Sr., PhD, 10920 NE 113th St., Vancouver, WA 98662 USA, at dbrake1611@q.com or one of his colleagues, David Sanford, at drsanford@earthlink.net
For more information on the history and significance of the 1611 King James Version Bible, be sure to visit the brand-new http://www.credocommunications.net/1611KJVLeafBook website. The authors have compiled a worldwide census of extant copies of the original first printing of the 1611 King James Version (sometimes referred to as the "He" Bible). For decades, many authorities have estimated only around 50 copies of that first printing exist. The real number is quite different! The authors also have discovered how much the first KJV Bibles sold for back in 1611. For more information, you're invited to contact Donald L. Brake, Sr., PhD, 10920 NE 113th St., Vancouver, WA 98662 USA, dbrake1611@q.com or one of his colleagues, David Sanford, drsanford@earthlink.net .
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