King James Version - The King James or 'Authorized' edition of the Bible (1611) was the standard English edition of the Bible for nearly three centuries. It drew heavily on previous editions and influenced many subsequent versions.
American Standard Version - The American Standard Version was produced by 54 conservative Protestant scholars and published in 1901 by the Lockman Foundation. This version is very literal in vocabulary and word order, and is often preferred by those who want an English version that reflects the grammar of the original languages. An Updated American Standard Version was published in 1995, which seeks to use more modern English while preserving the literal nature of the translation.
Youngs Literal Translation - Young's Literal Translation of the Holy Bible (YLT)  is a literal translation. The YLT is a strictly literal and idiomatic rendering of the original Greek texts. The Greek texts followed are generally recognized as the 'Received Text', or the 'Textus Receptus', from which the King James Version was translated.
Many other versions and translations in languages other than English can be found at BibleGateway.com.