A rare first edition of the King James Bible is part of an historical exhibit at Maryland's Stevenson University until April 12.
There are only about 175 first editions of the King James Version worldwide. Each of them can sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The 1611 publication is among other historic books on loan to the university from the Maryland Bible Society.
An 1807 Bible from Edinburgh and a 1788 Bible from Nuremberg are also among the collection.