Some of the pages in the books are yellowed and brittle from age, while others remain unblemished.
But they’re all gently turned by the hands of a Sugarloaf Township man, their safe keeper, offering a quiet swoosh or crinkle each time he turns them in his living room.
Each book has its own history and appearance, some more prominent than others, but all the same sacred title: The Bible.
All 801 of them.
They’re the best-selling work of nonfiction in the world, according to Guinness World Records, and Duane Hildebrand carefully handles each one in his massive collection.
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Pennsylvania Man’s Collection of Over 800 Bibles Dates Back To 1551 was originally published on praisecleveland.com