'The Bible Experience': The World's Oldest, and Most Expensive, Bibles
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Gutenberg Leaf: Isaiah 44-5, Mainz, Germany, 1454It's the first book printed in the Western world using movable metal type. Only 48 copies (or major portions of copies) of the Johannes Gutenberg-printed books that sparked a revolution are known to survive today; rare-book experts estimate that a complete copy of the book would cost a collector $25 million to $35 million. Individual leaves can cost as much as $100,000.
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