2nd Edition Schuyler Quentel NASB, British Tan Goatskin Bible

4.86 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

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Product Description

Read Mark Bertrand’s Review of the first edition.  See a gallery of photos here.

British Tan Goatskin Covers with Dark Brown Leather lining
11 point font
Line Matching
36 GSM Bible Paper
6.125 x 9.125 trim size
16 mm margins
3 x 1 cm ribbons (Dark Brown)
Art-Gilt edging (red under gold) with gilt line (gold line inside the cover)
9mm yapp
Smyth Sewn
Black letter text (chapter numbers, headers and page number in red)
More than 95,000 entry cross references and about 17,000 translation footnotes
Concordance, 4,025 entry – over 20,000 scripture references.
Presentation page
12 pages of Oxford maps


Additional Information

Weight 4 lbs

7 reviews for 2nd Edition Schuyler Quentel NASB, British Tan Goatskin Bible

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Anyone who loves this NASB translation this will be a must Bible to have. It is much lighter, and more flexible than the first addition. If you did not like the first edition you will love the second edition. There is a little show through but the type is so dark it is not distracting at all, and I hate show through so I am sensitive to it and this is great. I got the British Tan and love it….it is wonderful, no negatives at all….a bible for a lifetime!!!!!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I am very impressed with the Schuyler NASB Second Edition!
    Very soft and flexible leather. I find the hinge slightly better than the previous editions, but not that different.
    The printing and layout of the Quentel is simply fantastic–the absolute BEST of any Bible, anywhere!
    I highly recommend the NASB Quentel series, in whatever your favorite color might be.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I have the original 45 gsm paper NASB Q in dark brown and wanted the newer NASB Q to be a complementary color. The British Tan fits that bill!
    First, the paper. This new generation NASB Q is thinner in the paper but still very opaque.
    Nest, the new cover, as opposed to the older one, is calfskin lined. With the older NASB Q, the cover is stiffer due to the “fine cell” liner.
    This lead to a predominant “squeak” that was present whenever you opened the Bible. And that has bothered many a Quentel owner, including myself.
    With the release of the Schuyler Caxton, that all changed as Schuyler introduced the new calfskin liners.
    Now, the new generation Quentel’s , starting with the NASB Q, has those changes in the cover and the squeak is gone. The other noticeable change in the NASB Q is the paper, which is thinner and makes this new generation NASB Q smaller than it’s original form. The paper still has very good opacity. Great buy for NASB fans! The Quentel won’t disappoint.

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This color grew to be my favorite! I like the Imperial blue because the soothing blue interior lends to long hours of reading. Well, this tan one does the same with its soothing salmon colored page edges over a rich tan and dark brown back drop. I conditioned my leather and it got even richer in tone!!!! For pure class there’s no other competition.

  5. 5 out of 5


    I have a 1st edition NASB Q, The 45 weight paper is fantastic. However I just purchased a British Tan 2nd edition with 36 weight paper. Paired with the line matching and the light manila paper Schyluer’s weight & reading problem is solved. Fewer maps and family activity pages help too. The Tan is a pleasing color to the eyes. The leather is flexable & soft to the touch and the fragrance of the leather is nice. This bible is a joy all the way around. I placed my order for this Quntel on Wednesday and the 2nd edition was in my hands Saturday.. From Richmond to Dallas thats fast. This bible is one you can take to church with little issue. Its a fantastic bible. Thank you to Paul and the Crew at Evangelical Bible. Thanks also to the creative people who envision and craft God’s Word into the Beautiful bound volumes.

  6. 5 out of 5


    I have several Schuyler Bibles. I recently gifted a retiring friend of twenty-five years who sold his business to his employees rather than a third party who would have fired all his highly paid employees and stripped out the cash value. He left 30-40% of the money that would have been his on the table. I knew he had been attending the Bible church that I attend, and had been marveling that the Bible is actually read there! The pastor there has recently returned to using the NASB in the pulpit. So in honor of his extraordinary stewardship of his business, I gave him my green copy of the Quentel NASB. I have other Bibles in the translation, and thought that I would just use those.
    I am hereby serving notice that once you have owned and read a Quentel, nothing else will do. So I ordered another some months after I gave mine away. It was pristine BTW.
    But after some conversation with Beth here at Evangelical Bible, I ordered the British tan. This color is a sleeper, folks. And the smell is of newly tanned and polished boots and saddles. What a clever way to keep the reader’s nose in the book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This bible is flawless in almost every way. I say almost because I find that the pages curl a bit, but I have to say nowhere near as bad as the Clarion, which I find unusable for this reason. The leather on this is exquisite, the readability and page quality: all flawless. I have followed bible book binding as a hobby for several years and I could say this bible is the nicest one on the market if the pages didn’t curl. Still, it comes very close to perfection.

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