A Twentieth-Century Presentation of Revelation from the Geneva Bible

The Revelation of John the Divine.
Pownal, Vermont: Mason Hill Press & Bindery, 1983.
(27165)

Illustrations drawn and cut on wood by James Dignon – Typesetting and printing by James Dignon and Nelson Ogert – Binding by Tara Devereaux

Mason Hill Press based their publication of the Revelation on the text of the Geneva Bible of 1560, an English-language Bible produced fifty-one years before the authorized King James Version. The work of Protestants living in exile from England and Scotland, the Geneva Bible was popular for its vigorous language. Twenty-five illustrations and woodcut initials complement text printed in blue, red, green, and black. The edition was limited to one hundred thirty-five copies.

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The New Testament - The Book of Revelation
A Twentieth-Century Presentation of Revelation from the Geneva Bible