Thank you for the request here. Though I cannot narrow down an exact number for you, of the myriad of King James version Bibles that were published ever, those with commentary by Jamieson and Bickersteth are a relatively minute number in comparison. It is moreso when the publisher, Virtue of London is factored in and who the publisher is and the date of your Bible contribute more to the value than the relative perceived rarity of a KJB with commentary by Jamienon and Bickersteth. Virtue published this version from the 1860s version through at least the 1880's. Comparable retail prices for your version, being 1860's and single volume are $400 - $500 on today's market.
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There are dated versions from the 1880's of this Bible with commentaries by Jamieson and Bickersteth that were published by James S. Virtue listed on abebooks.com
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My apologies for the confusion, the valuation is based on your version Bible being the one's printed from 1861 - 1865 that are thus identified as 'undated'. I added the information about there being more published still later to give an idea of scope of value and when another printing occurred.
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Here is a link for you to a copy of the Bible with commentary by Jamieson and Bickersteith that was published by Virtue in 1881:
Here is a link for you to an undated version such as yours being offered:
There are 8 in total from varying dates being offered for sale currently by book dealers on abebooks.com:
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