The St. Wenceslas Bible is the first complete Czech Catholic Bible in printed form. (Bjblj Cžeská to gest Swaté Písmo ...) Printed by J. J. Kamenický. 1st edition Three parts in 2 volumes. The first part of the Old Testament. A two-color title common to the entire work in rich woodcut. Dedication to the emperor, 1263 pages, 13 sheets not numbered. Text woodcuts, initials, vignettes. 19th century leather binding with brass bumps, back replaced. 31x22x10 cm. Furthermore, the St. Wenceslas Bible - the second part of the Old Testament. The Prophets and the Books of Machabey. Dated 1712, 1715. Title with woodcut and framing, 470 pp., 59 pp., 12 sheets not numbered. The third part is the New Testament. Dated 1677. Copperplate title page, full page. copper engravings of saints, text. woodcuts, initials, vignettes. 512 pp., 6 sheets not numbered. Both parts in 1 vol. 20th century leather binding with label. 35x24x9 cm.