Here’s an example of a Pure Cambridge Edition King James Bible online:
https://archive.org/details/holybiblecontain0000unse_z7h7/mode/2up (with the Apocrypha, no italics though.)
Just out of interest, here’s a 1637 Cambridge Edition online:
These are both fully, freely downloadable. The second link is only for nerds, scholars and book magpies, the first is the one I want to talk about.
While the correct PCE text is available on my website, to have a historical copies laid out by professional printers is a valuable resource.
There are also some examples of historically printed plain text PCEs, here’s one:
https://archive.org/details/holybiblecontain0000unse_v9q2/mode/2up (Login, no download.)
There are doubtless more, and in time, there will be more.
Also, there are PCEs to buy online, both new (from Holman publishers from and Church Bible Publishers) as well as vintage copies… I’ve just picked up a number of great copies including the huge one photographed below through ebay!
Finally, a bonus, you can obtain scans of an original 1611 printing here.