I purchased a KJV1611 from the Berean Call for $30 about 8 years ago. The type isn't Gothic, but the spelling is the original spelling. It's published by Hendrickson Publishers. My copy is hard back because that is what the Berean Call was offering at that time.That's the same one I've been using for years. I bought it from PITN, about 5 or 6 years before JR Church went home.
I had a bittersweet moment with it recently, The cover finally gave. My reaction shocked me, lol. I was upset that my cover was worn off AND I was thrilled that I'd worn the cover off it!
I have several Bibles, but the only one's I use are my KJV and the HCS (for modern weights, measures, distances, etc). I too, use the Scoffield. I'm always looking for accuracy and it's very reliable.
What I'd like is the 1611 KJV (not in Gothic type...eeek!) which I use more and more now that it's been put online and can be converted into either Roman typeface with original spelling or modern English. But, it's some ridiculous price and as long as the power holds out I have it here, lol.
I purchased the Tim LaHaye Prophecy Study Bible for $20 at WalMart in 2001...it is also hard back.
I also have the Old Scofield Reference Bible. My only problem with it is C. I. Scofield taught the gap theory. His teaching on dispensations are excellent.
I use only the KJV.