Yesterday, a good friend of mine gifted me this amazing 1958 edition, which contains the Westminster New Testament and Psalms and the Douay (Challoner) Old Testament. The Old Testament (minus Isaias, Ezechiel, and the Minor Prophets) and the Psalms were newly annotated by a Fr. Robert Dyson SJ, while those books mentioned above and the New Testament were annotated by Fr. Richard Foster. This was completed in England. The maps are new to this volume and produced by Fr. H.J. Richards. There are 58 colour plates of biblical images scattered on thin glossy paper throughout this Bible. There is even a commentary on each plate in the appendix, which also includes liturgical Mass readings and an essay on the bible in literature. There is an actual picture of Pope Pius XII at the begining with a personal note from him.
It is a beautiful edition, published by Hawthorn Books of New York in 1958. The volume, itself, was printed in Holland. This is a lush, high-end Bible. I dare say that this may be one of my finest, and I have only looked at it for less than a day. The binding is sewn in a burgundy leather hardcover, finished off with a very nicely done gold gilded pages. In regards to the size of the bible, it is refered to as a "family bible" but it may be one of the smaller ones I have ever seen. It is 8" wide x 10 3/4" tall x 2 1/2" thick.
I will post some pictures here. Let me know if you have any questions. I'm blown away! This edition is currently on Ebay if you desire to get one of your own.