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Cambridge NASB Pitt Minion Reference Bible, Brown Goatskin

4.50 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

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The slimline Cambridge Pitt Minion format is widely admired for its compact but clear type and its elegant binding styles. The words of Christ are printed in red, and there are full cross-references, a dictionary/concordance, and maps. It is printed in the Netherlands on very thin and light India paper, with gold edges. The pages are Smyth-sewn, giving the books plenty of support and allowing them to stay flat once open.

Features include:

  • Brown Goatskin Leather
  • 2 Brown Ribbon Markers
  • Art Gilt Edges
  • 7 Point Lexicon
  • Concordance
  • Words of Christ in Red
  • Book Block Dimensions: 17.5 cm x 11.5 cm x 2 cm or 6-7/8″ x 4.5″ x 3/4″
  • Exterior Dimensions:18.5 cm x 13 cm x 2 cm or 7.4″ x 5.2″ x 0.8″
  • Paragraph Format
  • Double Column
  • Margins appx 1cm
  • 1120 Pages
  • Cross References in center between Columns
  • Smyth Sewn
  • Paste-off Binding

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs

4 reviews for Cambridge NASB Pitt Minion Reference Bible, Brown Goatskin

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Two Ribbons!!!……a very nice Bible……opens flat right out the box……small print but very readable…….beautiful goatskin…….very portable…..a beautiful package!!

  2. 3 out of 5

    Overall, I like this product. Having had many bibles over the decades, my expectations are quite high. First, the print is not as readable as some of the promotions say. Moreover, the notes and references are extremely difficult, even on good eyes. Secondly, while it does lay flat, the goatskin is not as flexible as one I would like. It is so stiff that it will crack if bumped (happened to mine…). Thirdly, the concordance is next to worthless. While the NASB has many versions with better than average concordances, this one is the worst I have seen.
    While it looks great, and is a good overall size for carry, these limitations keep it on the shelf while \”lessor\” products are the GO-TO sword for the day to day. I think I would recommend the Clarion version more than the Pitt Minion. Summary: convenient size, great for carrying around; not so good as a companion bible.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    As a Pastor, I needed a Bible I could easily carry to visitations, prayer meetings, etc. I finally found it! It is the perfect carry size for me and I REALLY wanted the Red Letter version as it helps me when looking up verses to share quickly. With this Bible, I can easily carry with me anywhere without looking like a “Bible Thumper”.

  4. 5 out of 5

    In my opinion this is the number one, of the top ten compact/ultrathin NASB’s you will find on the market today. The top three are Cambridge Pitt Minions. First place, goes to the goatskin leather. Second place, to the calfsplit leather edition. Third place goes to the edition covered in black French Morrocco leather. Here is a picture of the brown goatskin Pitt with the black calfsplit one. They are both gorgeous.
    I’ve reviewed Lockman Foundation Bibles. I’ve looked at cheaply constructed Zondervan’s. If R. L. Allan made a compact NASB, they would be the only serious competition on the market. That would only be true because Cambridge and R. L. Allan would be using the same printer and binder, the world famous Jongbloed of the Netherlands. They are the premier printer and binder of almost all the high quality Bibles available today. Chances are, if you have a luxury Bible it came from Jongbloed. It makes sense that the Cambridge Pitt Minions are the highest quality Bibles in this market niche. The layout was done by Blue Heron Bookcraft of Battle Ground, Washington here in the States. Just as Jongbloed is renowned for their work so is Blue Heron in their field.
    The attention to detail and quality is what sets the Cambridge Pitt Minions apart. When you hear, “You get what you pay for.” Many times you disregard it as a sales pitch, but with Bibles it is usually quite true. I strongly urge you not to balk at the initial price. Consider how many cheaply made Bibles you will buy over the next sixty years of your life. This is assuming, of course, that you are a serious student of God’s word, and read it daily. Now, multiply the twenty to fifty dollars that you would spend on a glued together, poorly covered, mass produced Bible times the number of replacements you would purchase of that sixty year period. Let’s arbitrarily say you’ll need to replace it 6 times, and that is a conservative estimate on my part. Thirty times six is one hundred and eighty dollars. That is less than the price of the top of the line Pitt Minion. Not to mention the amount of time and energy it will take to transfer your notes/highlights/underlines.
    The Pitt minion can be handed down to your children and if taken care of I dare say their children. The Cambridge Pitt Minion comes with a lifetime warranty from Cambridge and I fully expect these Pitt Minions to outlast me. How loving would it be for you to hand down one of these to each of your Children with your personal highlights and underlines? They could read from the same Bible that you held lovingly in your hands each morning and remember how faithful you were. Your zeal for God and His word would be an inspiration to them.
    The first thing I noticed about this Pitt Minion when I removed it from the box was the brown goatskin leather cover. It has a simple elegant perimeter line, and a naturally soft and supple feel. Goatskin leather offers the best of both worlds. It is tough and supple, sacrificing neither quality as you might see with other leathers. The leather covered Bible smells the way a Bible should. It doesn’t reek of chemicals. The brown reminds me of a milk chocolate color. It might be difficult to see in the pictures.
    This Bible is a case bound one. It is not edge lined. The spine is smyth-sewn. All of the pages are part of a group of pages called a signature. These pamphlets called signatures are stacked up and then sewn together offering a supremely flexible and durable Bible. The corners are and the end pages are well done. There is a simple, yet attractive presentation page in the front. Decorative head and tail bands cap the ends. The spine is stamped with, “Holy Bible” at the top, “New American Standard” under that, “Cambridge” at the bottom in gold. The page edges are art gilt, with red under gold. There are two brown ribbon markers. I appreciate when a Bible has at least two ribbons. Many of us read daily from both the Old and New Testaments. It is very convenient to have a built in marker for each. I don’t like using a book mark for one and the ribbon for the other. I wish all Bibles would come with at least two ribbon markers and a third for the Proverbs as devotional reading.
    Upon opening the Bible the texture and opacity of the Pitt Minion’s India paper was very impressive for a compact. It is uniform in texture and color. The typeface is 6.75pt on 7pt Lexicon No 1. Here is an excerpt from the products information page on Cambridge’s site, “…a stylish modern digital typeface which like its predecessor combines utility and elegance. It uses the Lexicon typeface, carefully chosen for its economical use of space. This is the font used for dictionaries and encyclopaedias because it accommodates a lot of characters in a small space. The result is a classic Bible for the twenty first century produced in a remarkably compact yet readable form. …” I agree with them, that it is very legible. It also employs line matching. The text on the other side of the page is printed directly behind the text on the other side. This dramatically reduces distraction while reading, which is especially important in a compact Bible. The text is laid out in a double column, center column, paragraph format. Book and chapter are located on the upper, outer corners of the pages, with the page numbers on the upper inner page corners, making it much easier to look up passages as you flip through the pages. It is remarkable to have a full reference Bible of this size that remains legible. It is a testament to the design work that went into the Pitt Minion. There is even a useful concordance in the back along with a map index and 15 color maps. If you are in the market for an ultrathin or compact high quality Bible look no further. The Cambridge Pitt Minion is the only choice.

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