Published by Maden & Bently, Spotland Road, Rochdale; circa mid to late 1880’s. 1,124 pages. No date of publication present. Very gently read if at all. Interior is clean and free of any bookplates, inscriptions or writing. Sporadic foxing throughout but primarily to the front and rear of the text block. Some light offset toning to the verso of the blank page opposite the colour illustrations. Leather bound boards are moderately rubbed with light to moderate rubbing to extremities. Five raised bands to the spine with gilt titles and devices which are moderately faded. Blind stamped rules to both boards with gilt titles and devices to both boards. Gilt edges all the way around. Numerous beautiful, full colour, full page illustrations. Please inquire for shipping costs for this 6.3kg volume to your address. One of the most famous Victorian Bibles published and perhaps Rev. Brown’s most enduring work.