1549 London edition of the Bible – £15,000 at East Bristol Auctions.

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It was tightly cropped to the head of the pages in places and the binding was an early 20th century one.

However, a note at the front of work, identifying it as an example of the “…2nd edition of the version called commonly called Tyndales” was made by Francis Fry (1808-86), a son of the founder of the famous chocolate company, Joseph Storrs Fry.

It sold at £15,000.