Cambridge ESV Pitt Minion Reference Bible, Brown Goatskin

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This ESV Pitt Minion Bible is characterized by an elegant text design with a font that is compact, yet clear and easy to read. It features black letter text throughout and includes cross-references, a concordance and maps. It also features India paper with gold edges, and like all Cambridge Bibles it is Smyth-sewn. It is bound in an attractive Brown Goatskin Leather.

The English Standard Version (ESV) is a literal translation firmly rooted in the tradition of Tyndale and King James but using contemporary language. First published in 2001, it is closest in style to the Revised Standard Version and is well suited to public reading and memorization.


Two-column paragraph format
Center-column cross references
15 maps with index
Black letter text
Quality India Bible paper
Gold page edges
Smyth-sewn binding
Ribbon marker
Presentation page
6.75 pt text size
Page size: 6 7/8″ x 4 3/4″ (174 x 120 mm)
Page extent: 1120 pp.
Spine width: 3/4 in (20 mm)


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Weight 2 lbs

13 reviews for Cambridge ESV Pitt Minion Reference Bible, Brown Goatskin

  1. Dominic Ashton (verified owner)

    Really good bible, finally updated to the ESV 2016 translation. High quality, compact, and a great price. I was surprised to see the goatskin version has full art gilt edges. My only complaint is that the print is not 100% consistent. I’m very fussy about this and it might not bother some, but some of the pages are ever so slightly faded. The printing on most of the pages is dark and clear and high quality so the contrast is all the more striking. I’ve noticed similar on other Cambridge bibles and also Schuyler and the common factor seems to be Royal Jongbloed. Although to be fair my RL Allen, also printed by Royal Jongbloed, did not have this issue. It’s annoying because I’ve seen both budget and premium bibles printed in China that have beautiful clean and consistent printing. The most important aspect of the Bible is supposed to be the words on the page so if that is not 100% done correctly then the other nice touches lose their meaning. That said, the Pitt is priced so reasonably and is otherwise so well put together that I can forgive the odd slightly faded page in this case. There’s no such thing as a perfect bible but this one certainly comes close.

  2. KW (verified owner)

    I recently received a brown goatskin copy in ESV and it is excellent! I wholeheartedly recommend this bible! There are a couple differences I noticed when compared to a black goatskin version from a couple years ago. In the newer brown Pitt Minion the copyright page says “ESV Text Edition: 2011, 2016” and the maps and map index are printed on what seems to be a slightly glossier paper so some of the colors do have some glare in certain lighting conditions. It does have the usual two brown marker ribbons.

  3. xiancarreon (verified owner)

    Wow! Small but wonderful! Very cute little bible that is thoughtfully built.

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