Schuyler Quentel ESV, British Tan Goatskin Bible

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$200.00

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The ESV Quentel is the best all around classic reference ESV on the market.  With a clear, bold 11 point Milo font, opaque paper, references, extensive Schuyler maps – this Bible will be a joy to read!  The Typesetting design is from Denmark. The printing and binding took place in the the Netherlands.

Tan Natural Grain Goatskin with full leather linings (dark brown)
ESV Text Edition: 2016
11 point Milo font
PDF of Jude
Line Matching
36 GSM Paper
6.125 x 9.125 trim size; 12mm margins, 33 mm thickness
3 x 1 cm brown ribbons
Art-Gilt edging (red under gold) with gilt line (gold line inside the cover)
Gold embossing on the Spine
Raised Spine Ribs
9mm yapp Smyth Sewn Black letter text (chapter numbers, headers and page number in red)
More than 80,000 entry cross references Concordance
Extensive Schuyler Bible Maps
Mark Bertrand Review – CLICK HERE.

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Weight 4 lbs

5 reviews for Schuyler Quentel ESV, British Tan Goatskin Bible

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    This is perhaps the best Schuyler Bible I have owned! When I got the Dark Green I was very satisfied with the high quality from top to bottom. This one has the same high quality but on top of that it has a very unique and beautiful shade of Tan (very vivid). I personally like a lot the contrast of the Tan with the brown ribbons. This is a very well thought and done bible and a very cool leather color. You will love this bible!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Absolutely pleased with this. First, it is the most readable Bible I’ve ever had. Opening it is like a fresh breeze for your eyes. The print is a good size to begin with, and nice and bold (sometimes more important than size). Then you have the bright, opaque paper and line matching. I have a Crossway large print ESV, and it doesn’t compare to this for readability. The way the typesetters have handled the poetic portions is the best I’ve seen for a double column.

    Of course, there are trade-offs to readability, one being that there is little marginal room. But this is not exactly the Bible I want to scribble in anyway. This one is for reading. Wouldn’t have minded some blank pages in back or front for some careful notes. (There are a couple of the thicker end pages in back and front that are available for writing.)

    Some mention how beautiful the maps are. I’m not particularly struck by their beauty but by their thoroughness. It’s like carrying around a Bible atlas with you. The concordance looks well done as well.

    The binding and exterior are flawless. True craftsmanship. One note: this Bible is not as “liquid” as, for instance, my Allan NASB or even Schuyler NKJV single column. The binding is not as pliable, especially right at first. That’s not a negative, just an observation. This one has a sturdier feel to it, and that’s not a bad thing for a big text block like this. But don’t get me wrong, the leather is luxurious, beautiful, and soft. I don’t think I’d want it any different. It passes the “you can roll up in your hand the side of the Bible you’re not reading” test, and I suspect it continues to soften with use.

    The English Tan color is fabulous, in my opinion. When I ordered, a couple of the other colors were out of stock, but I’m pretty sure this is the one I would have wanted anyway. It’s sort of a deep golden caramel color. Matched with the slightly darker ribbons and the art gilt edge, it is truly elegant. I feel almost guilty owning it, but I do feel good about supporting fine craftsmanship in rendering the word of God, and I have long needed an ESV that I could open and have my poor aging eyes say, “A-a-ah….”

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Love, love this bible. The English tan is beautiful. The picture is lighter than it actually is. From the binding, to the text layout, to the font, to the size of the bible is perfect. You couldn’t make a better choice. The cover is soft when you receive it and becomes more supple when used. I love the Quentel series so much, I bought seven of them, two ESV, three NASB, and two NKJ versions. All the colors are beautiful. The black is rich in depth, as well.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    This is an outstanding bible. The leather is incredible. The internal typesetting is beautiful and very elegant.

    I’ve never owned a high quality bible like this but I really can’t imagine it being better than this. The pages are so nice and thicker than any bible I’ve ever seen. The one thing I was worried about was size and I’m happy to say that the Bible is a lovely size. It’s smaller than a study bible but larger than most compact bibles I’ve owned. It’s a great size and easy to read in bed or at a table. My other fear was the color of he British Tan Leather. British tan is my favorite color of leather and sometimes it can appear orange if not properly executed. This, however, is a classic British tan and is not orange. It is classy, distinguished, and very elegant. It is a very masculine colored leather.

    I have zero complaints with this bible. I am thrilled. My wife is getting a kick out of how much I’m enjoying t.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I’ve never owned a British Tan colored goatskin bible before. I really love the color. I own this bible in the NKJV in brown. What I love about this ESV one is the paper. It’s noticeably better to me. It’s whiter and to my eye’s it’s more opaque. I hope that they will use this paper in the Nasb and NKJV editions in the future. I also noticed that it’s lighter than my NKJV and it’s pretty easy to read even in bed. It’s surprisingly comfortable to carry.

    I think I mentioned this in my NKJV Q review but I will say it again. Schuyler is the best imo. I use my bible’s a lot. Schuyler seems to care more about what’s inside than most other companies not named Cambridge do. The book block, print and paper in their bible’s demonstrates this. For me there really is no excuse for a $200 bible not to have line matching etc.

    Combining readability, portability and quality there is no better bible for me. If I’m around in 2019 I will definitely buy an Nasb. If they make a CSB edition I’ll buy that one too.

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