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Cambridge NKJV Topaz Reference Bible, Black Calfsplit

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Black Calfsplit cover
2 gold ribbons and gold gilt
Textblock: approximately 6″ x 9″ x 1-1/4″
10 pt. font with words of Christ in red
Cross references and Concordance
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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. It already available in the ESV translation here.

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:

Black Calfsplit Cover
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
Gold gilt page edges
2 high quality ribbons in gold
Presentation and Family Records Pages

1 review for Cambridge NKJV Topaz Reference Bible, Black Calfsplit

  1. Truck (verified owner)

    For some reason this version of the Topaz has far fewer cross references than the ESV version. It also has italics in Mark for OT quotes, but nowhere else that I found. I sold my copy for those reasons, but otherwise liked it a lot. Calf Split is Cambridge’s best cover option in my view. It is durable and wears in nicely. The ESV Topaz I also own is my most used Bible lately, would have been nice to have one in NKJV as well. Perhaps I’ll buy another if Cambridge releases an updated version with a fuller reference suite and the italics issue resolved. A rare miss by Cambridge in my view.

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