In 1988 the Royal Mail issued a set of four stamps (shown as PHQ cards above) to commemorate the 1588 of the bible in the Welsh language. There were in fact about eight translators but the four shown on the stamps were Richard Davies, William Morgan, Richard Parry, and William Salesbury.
William Salesbury and also Richard Davies translated the New Testament in 1567. William Morgan translated the complete bible in 1588 and Richard Parry was responsible for the 1620 revision.
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