The copy of the Geneva Bible, first published in 1560, is a small quarto edition printed by Christopher Barker in London in 1595 during the reign of Elizabeth I. This Roman letter edition, with a later 19th century binding, also has bound within it a 1594 Psalter, the hymn book of the time. This Geneva Bible is very typical of the copies brought to the New World by the Pilgrims in the early 17th century.