OK, little help from all of my geeky (read "well educated") friends... I'm trying to date an ancient-looking family bible that has mysteriously come into my possession. Unfortunately, there are some vital pages missing, but the title page reads:
"SELF-PRONOUNCING EDITION In which all the proper names are divided, accented, and marked with the vowel sounds, showing how they should be pronounced.
THE HOLY BIBLE containing the old and new testaments, translated out of the original tongues, and with the former diligently compared and revised together with marginal references.
Conformable to the edition of 1611, commonly known as the authored or King James Version."
At the bottom of the page is the trademark symbol with a sphere sitting atop a flat bible with a banner, "The Light of the World."