Press Bible, 1999.
The National Library of Scotland celebrates the book as a work of art in its latest treasures display.
Ten handcrafted books are on show as part of 'The book beautiful', which matches early printed masterpieces with the 19th and 20th century texts they influenced.
The pairings explore the timelessness of skilful bookmaking and design, showing the influence of early texts on private presses of the later period.
All 10 books were carefully chosen as excellent examples of handcrafted design and printing skill.
Included in the display is the 'Biblia pauperum'. Published around 1460, this Bible is the earliest printed book in the Library's collections featuring engravings of biblical scenes.
The Pennyroyal Caxton Press Bible is displayed alongside, printed in 1999 and including a series of exquisite biblical engravings.
The display is open daily until 13 March 2016, and entry is free.
Read more in our 'The book beautiful' media release
26 November 2015