King James Version (KJV) Bibles

500 years of tradition! Tyndale completed the first English translation of the New Testament in 1526. The King James Bible was first conceived of in 1604 when King James the first commissioned his own English language version of the New Testaments. The translation took seven years to complete. With such a lofty proponent, the King James Version Bible immediately became the central text for English speaking Protestants. This tradition has carried on until today where, now public domain, it is still the single most recognizable English version Bible on the Planet.

These King James Version Bibles (KJV) from Biblica come in a variety of cover styles and intended for a variety of uses. They are available in single copies or economical case lots. Choose from regular, large or giant print font. No matter which you choose, they will be perfect for a long lifetime of praise and enjoyment.

In single copies* or cases of 50
A great resource for outreach or evangelism, this affordable paperback KJV New Testament includes many extra features. Priced singly or by the case.