The illustrated national Family Bible Withe the commentaries of Scott&Henry Containing many thousand Critical & Explanatory notes, selected from the great standard authors of Europe and America. Edited by the rev. John Eadie, D.D., LL.D. Professor of Biblical Literature to the United Presbyterian Church It is a KJV. It is a big late 19th century Bible, clearly intended by the publishers as a wedding gift. I know it sells on the internet for 240-300 euro if it is in good condition. (no I'm not interested at all in doing that). Currently I don't even know who Scott&Henry are. The Family Rosary Edition of the Holy Bible To Jesus through Mary Edited by Reverend John P.O'Connell M.A.S.T.D. imprimatur Samuel Cardinal Strich (archbishop of Chicago) June 4 1953 It contains instructions on how to pray the rosary, it has pictures of the American cardinals of the time. It contains reproductions of famous paintings . And when God speaks it is printed in red ink. It is a Douay-Rheims translation. I find the the thing hilarious, the elders in my church think of it as an abomination . I figure it must be some kind of practical joke by the US RC church to freak out the fundies 'cause this thing is just to weird to be taken serious. Any body any info on this thing?