Unlike the Douay-Rheims, which is a translation of the Latin, the King James Version was from the original languages.
(Civitas Vaticana: Libreria editrice vaticana, 1986) See also:- Biblia Sacra Vulgata, 4th edition, (Stuttgart: GBS; New York: American Bible Society, 1990) $54.95 The standard edition of the Jewish Scriptures, or Old Testament, in Hebrew is:- Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, ed., K.
Elliger (Stuttgart: GBS; New York: American Bible Society; 1977) $48.95 The standard New Testament comes in two versions, both identical in text:- Novum Testamentum Graece, ed.
Sir Lancelot Brenton, (Hendrikson, reprint of 1851 edition) $24.95 As far as I am aware there is no current translation of the modern Vulgate [Latin] version.
This is because since the publication of the encyclical Divino afflante Spiritu in 1942 Rome has encouraged Catholic translations to derive from the original languages.
For those who want a translation of the older Vulgate versions [not the current Vulgate, which is based on modern critical texts in the same was as modern English translations], the only real option is:- The Douay-Rheims Bible.