Schuyler’s first New Living Translation (NLT) – Caxton Edition – has returned! Please click here for a .pdf sample of the text. Here are our exclusive photos of the first edition of the Caxton. Here is Mark Bertrand’s & M.W. Bassford’s Review. The setting is a beautiful Single Column Paragraph format with references on the outside margin. The trim size of the Bible is approximately 8.3″x 5.4″x 1.5″ (210 mm x 136 mm x 38 mm). This edition has the updated 2015 text, 30-40,000 references, concordance and 8 pages of maps, 4 pages of presentation pages. This Bible also has all of the features that are standard with Schuyler Bibles – Natural Grain Goatskin (Dark Green, Black, Brown, Slate, Purple, Imperial Blue, Firebrick Red) and Calfskin (Sunfire Orange) Covers, 3 Ribbon Markers, Full Leather linings, Art-Gilt Edging & Perimeter Stitching. This Bible is typeset with line matching and dark bold font – with black letter Lexicon 8.75 point text.
William Caxton – (1422-1492) Caxton was an English Printer who established the first printing press in England in about 1476. He printed the first portions of the Bible in English. Caxton printed more than 100 books in his lifetime. His books were known for their craftsmanship, careful editing and attention to detail.
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