Editions of the Apocrypha
The Apocrypha was originally included in the King James Version in 1611. The first edition of the King James Version without the Apocrypha was published in 1666. In 1826 the British and Foreign Bible voted to stop funding and printing the Apocrypha and they were removed by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1885. This page aims to show the various editions of the KJV Apocrypha that have been published over the years.
Oxford University Press edition - c. 1920
Title: The Apocrypha according to The Authorised Version. Cum Privilegio
Date: no date given (c. 1920)
Publisher: Oxford, England (U.K.) University Press / London, England (U.K.): Humphrey Milford
Images: Spine, Title Page
Location: Collection Bibelarchiv Birnbaum. Karlsruhe, Baden. Germany
Comments: Leatherbound "Brevier 16mo Clarendon Text", sewn binding; (2) & 292 pp. Scripture text in double column. Chapter contents, no further extras, no preface.
Cambridge University Press edition - 1992
Title: The Apocrypha translated out of the original tongues and with the former translations diligently compared and revised by His Majesty's special command Appointed to be Read in Churches cum privilegio
Date: 1992 (date of first printing)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK
Images: Cover, Title page
Location: Personal library, Havelock, North Carolina, USA
Comments: This edition has reprinted many times; the most recent reprinting was in 2007. This is a Pitt Brevier edition. Cum privilegio means with privilege.
Hendrickson Publishers edition - 2009
Title: KJV Apocrypha Reader's Edition King James Version
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers: Peabody, MA
Images: Cover, Title page, Back cover
Comments: This is the second edition from April 2011. The Hebrew text of Esther is printed with the additions placed within the text as they appear in the Greek.