Out of print for a while, the Interlinear Bible is being reissued in response to continuing interest, this time in calfskin leather. It combines the King James Version of 1611 with its first authorized successor, the Revised Version of 1885. Where the two texts are identical, only one line of type appears. Where the texts diverge, the RV is given as an upper line of smaller type, and the KJV as the lower line. This shows the reader immediately whether there is a variation, yet it is possible to read either version with ease.