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Catalogue of an exhibition illustrating the history of the transmission of the Bible : with an introductory sketch by the librarian ; with twenty facsimiles.

Corporate Author: John Rylands Library.
Related Names: Guppy, Henry 1861-
Language(s): English
Published: Manchester : The University Press, 1925.
Subjects: Bible > Manuscripts > Catalogs.
Bible. > English > Bibliography
Bible > Bibliography.
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Note: "In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the publication of William Tindale's first printed New Testament, 1525."
Prefatory note signed: Henry Guppy.
Part of plates printed on both sides.
Physical Description: xii, 133 p. : 19 facsims.
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