It has been a long time since a true first edition of William Tyndale's New Testament has come to market. If we were to hazard a guess at the value, we would think one in a good state of preservation might fetch in the $300,000-$500,000 price range.
To celebrate the 250 year anniversary, one of the finest book producers in England, David Paradine, issued this spectacularly presented limited edition facsimile of the copy owned by the College at Bristol in just 250 copies. Binding by Morrell of London; one of the finest binderies in the world. Full facsimile on finest hand laid paper, crushed morocco presentation box, gilt edge and tooled dentils; this is a beautiful production, and the only Tyndale facsimile of this quality ever produced.
Tyndale, William. The New Testament of 1526. London. David Paradine. 1976.
This is a truly special volume offered at a very reasonable price.