In 2000 the British Library published a complete transcription of their own copy of the 1526 edition of Tyndale’s New Testament, in the original spelling. I don’t know how much it cost originally, but at ABEBOOKS secondhand copies start at about £40. However, somehow the mail-order company Museum Selection are currently selling it new for the princely sum of £3.99.
I snapped up a copy and am enjoying it immensely. If you’re used to the KJV it is at once endearingly familiar and full of surprises: as when in Luke Chapter 2, after the angel speaks to the shepherds, ‘streightweye there was with the angell a multitude of hevenly sowdiers, laudynge God, and sayinge: Glory to God an hye, and peace on the erthe: and unto men reioysynge.’ Which made me realise that I had been hearing and reading the phrase ‘heavenly host’ since my infancy without ever stopping to think what the word host actually means, and what it was doing there.