Cambridge Topaz KJV Reference Bible, Dark Green Goatskin

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Original price was: $325.00.Current price is: $230.00.

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Dark Green Goatskin cover with leather lining
3 green ribbons and red under gold art gilt
Page size: 6″ x 9″ x 1-1/4″
10 pt. font with words of Christ in red
Cross references and Concordance
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Goudy 18pt
Goudy 18pt imprinting sample
Goudy 18pt UPPERCASE (initials only)
Goudy 18pt UPPERCASE (initials only) imprinting sample
News Gothic 14pt
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News Gothic 14pt UPPERCASE
News Gothic 14pt UPPERCASE imprinting sample
News Gothic 18pt
News Gothic 18pt imprinting sample
News Gothic 18pt UPPERCASE
News Gothic 18pt UPPERCASE imprinting sample
Up to 26 characters per line.
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Produced in a larger format and designed to suit both private study and public reading, the new Cambridge Topaz edition is a two-colour reference Bible of the highest quality. The Topaz features a brand new design and, as a new Cambridge family, will be made available in multiple translations over time.

The sleek and contemporary design of the Topaz is carefully printed on the finest India-style paper and complemented with traditional binding techniques. Chapter and Verse numbers are printed in red to aid navigation.

Features include:

Dark Green Goatskin with leather edge lined binding, pics here.
Textblock: approximately 6″ x 9″ x 1-1/4″
Smyth Sewn
Double column
Verse by Verse
Line matched
Modern, digital typeface
10 pt. font
Cross References in the outer margins
Translation notes at the bottom of the page
Red Letter for the words of Christ
28 GSM Indopaque paper
Art Gilt for both Goatskin and Calfskin editions
3 high quality ribbons in three shades of green
Presentation and Family Records Pages

2 reviews for Cambridge Topaz KJV Reference Bible, Dark Green Goatskin

  1. Douglas Francis

    A great Bible, as always, from Cambridge. I especially appreciate the color difference between verse number and text, the separation between references and translator notes, and that the first letter of a verse is not capitalized if it doesn’t begin a new sentence.
    As a pastor and preacher, it’s easy to read and find one’s place in while preaching and teaching.
    The only drawback (and to me it’s minor) is that the post script to the NT epistles is included in the text rather than being in italics and separated by a line break. However, each letter ends with the word “Amen”, which serves the purpose of notifying the reader that the letter has ended.
    I recommend this Bible heartily.

  2. Donald Tracey (verified owner)

    This is a great Bible, easy to read with a clean layout and 10-point font. It’s a Jongbloed printing (something I also look for) so the quality is definitely there, in finish, binding, and quality of the material.

    The concordance type is smaller but the line spacing mitigates that and makes the concordance very readable too. The 28 GSM paper is opaque with the only noticeable show-though being in places where there is no text on the page or there is a book title on the other side (non-readers) side. The map section, which includes a color-coded map index, is great. It’s on a heavier paper that the text pages and with a matte finish, no glossy light-reflection there!

    The type is less dark (a good thing) than the Cambridge Turquoise (my former favorite Cambridge) and is easier on my eyes. The Topaz pages are clean with red drop numbers (two lines deep) starting off each book chapter. The NT red-letter seems to be a consistent hue (but black letter only would be just fine by me).

    The Topaz is a handy size that I can still manage to carry its 2 lb 5.3 oz (yup, I weighed it) from the parking lot to the church without a rest stop. So a Topaz is way better (IMHO) than a smaller font size “portable” Bible.

    BTW, “The Translators to Reader” is also included in the Topaz KJV. I am glad iit has made a return in most KJV printings these days.

    The Topaz really deserves five stars!

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