The Tyndale Bible was the first English translation of the Bible, predating the more popular King James Version by 85 years. At the time it had to be smuggled into England to get the Bible into the hands of people who could read it in their own language for the first time.
The Tyndale Bible went unedited for over 400 years until 1938 when the spelling was updated and modern verses numbers were added.
The Tyndale Bible can now be purchased as separate Old and New Testaments. A fascimile of the original New Testament can also be purchased.