Daniel Doleys has listed a bread-and-butter edition of the KJV, the Cambridge Cameo. It looks like an older edition based on the placement of the words HOLY BIBLE, and that means the French Morocco binding should be the older, more flexible variety. Here's the link:
The intrepid David Farlow, who's beginning to look a lot like the Indiana Jones of vintage Bibles, has some more worthwhile listings to check out. This time, some beautiful red editions:
And just when you thought it couldn't get any better, J. Shelton Smith has listed some more from his collection, too. He's offering a copy of the latest Allan's NIV in brown goatskin, a real beauty I'll be writing about shortly. And he's also listing a jaw-dropping Cambridge facsimile of the Geneva Bible. I'm tempted to bid on that one myself.
Nick Potratz has also listed a trio of interesting editions, including a Nelson Signature:
J Mark Bertrand