Additional general title-page, and engraved ones also to Old and New Testaments., Vol.  has only engraved t.p. : The Old Testament / illustrated with engravings by Charles Heath from the designs of Richard Westall. London : Published March 25, 1813 by White, Cochrane and Co., Vol.  has engraved t.p., also special t.p. : The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ : translated out of the original Greek, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised by His Majesty's special command : appointed to be read in churches. Oxford : Printed at the Clarendon Press by Bensley, Cooke, and Collingwood, 1814., Signatures: B-10U⁴., Unpaged, double columns,  leaves of plates.
First edition of the so-called "Geneva version", the earliest English Bible printed in Roman type, with verse divisions., Includes Apocrypha., Signatures: ***⁴ a-z⁴ A-Zz⁴ &⁶ Aaa-Bbbbb⁴ AA-ZZ⁴ AAa-LLl⁴.
Title supplied by cataloger., Ms. book of hours (Roman usage); written and illuminated in France, possibly Rouen, ca. 1470-1500., Decoration: 13 half-page miniatures, 9 illuminated initials., Contains abbreviated versions of the Hours of the Virigin, Hours of the Cross, Hours of the Holy Spirit, and Office of the Dead., In Latin; littera gothica textualis., A French fifteenth century Book of hours at the University of Oklahoma / by Susan Earnest Booker. Thesis (M.L.I.S.)--University of Oklahoma, 1996.
Texts illustrated are cited in the original (Hebrew for Old Testament, Greek for New Testament), German, English, French, Latin, and Dutch at foot of each plate., Drawings by Gerard Hoet and others., Also pub. under title: Tafereelen der voornaamste geschiedenissen van het O. en N. Testament.
Unnumbered pages with double columns of 62 lines., Signatures: A-E⁸ F-H⁶ I⁸ K-L⁶ M⁸ N-O⁶ P⁸ Q-S⁶ T⁸ V-Y⁶ Z⁸ Aa⁸ Bb-Cc⁶ Dd-Ee⁸ (Ee8 blank)., Vol. 1 of the edition published in 3 vols. by Anton Koberger, Nuremberg, 1496., Imprint and date from Goff., With: Prima secunde partis Summe theologie eximii doctoris Thome de Aquino. Nuremberg : Anton Koberger, 1496. Bound together subsequent to publication. OKU