The list author says: "There is a plethora of Bible translations available. Even among English editions, the choice is bewildering. Once, however, it is realized that only one translation stands as a classic of English literature, the choice becomes easier: the Authorized (King James) Version. This list sets forth editions by three major publishers, plus an Oxford Classic paperback, some Cambridge text editions, a Zondervan edition, a Random House paperback, etc."
"New edition includes the Apocrypha, celebrating KJV 400th Anniversary. Quality binding, paper; printed in USA; includes sample color plates of original 1611 edition; verse cross-references at foot of page. This is NOT a replica edition, but a highly readable study edition. (9-pt?) [NO Commemorative Seal -- that is on ABS paperback below]"
"Giant-print (15.5-pt.) edition in a large 8 1/2" x 11" format, printed in the U.S. by National Publishing Company, the same company that for decades has printed the "Gideons Bibles" made available in hotel rooms."