If you are interested in the Greek edition of the New Testament which coined the phrase “Textus Receptus“, you will want to download this. Abraham Elzevir in the course of his brief introduction regarding this edition of the Greek NT remarked “Textum ergo habes, nunc ab omnibus receptum: in quo nihil immutatum aut corruptam damus” (Therefore you have the text, now received by all: in which we publish nothing that is altered or corrupted). This phrase Textus Receptus now refers to more than simply the 1633 edition, frequently being applied to editions by Erasmus, Stephanus, Elzevir, and others throughout the 16th and 17th centuries that provide critical recensions of the Byzantine Text type or what is known as the Majority Text. I will leave it for others to debate and decide whether Elzevir was referring to the Byzantine Text type and Majority Text tradition or simply what he had in hand either way:
You now have the text received by all as the quitessential 1633 NT “Textus Receptus” edition. Enjoy.
By the way, this particular digital edition is in reverse order for some strange reason, and also, for those of you interested in digital paleography, a handwritten letter in Greek on the flyleaves, presumably by the owner.