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Old 06-27-2020, 12:50 PM   #22
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Yes, even the King James Bible you'd buy today is copyright due to the layout. Copyright free versions are either scans of older versions or reprints of Matthew Henry, or OCR. Because the actual text content is not copyright.
In the UK the King James Bible text has Crown copyright, which does not expire. The copyright is administered by Cambridge University.

Outside the UK, the text is in the public domain.
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