A 1629 edition of the King James Bible in a mid 17th C chapel royal binding, owned by William Juxon, Bishop of London and his descendants. Reputed to have been used by Charles I before his execution it was inherited by the Jones family after the Juxon family line died out in the late 18th C.
Archbishop Juxon's Bible. Tooled leather binding.
As owned by Archbishop Juxon and reputedly used by King Charles I at the time of his execution.