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NKJV Comfort Print Single-Column Reference Bible, Premium Leather, Black

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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The Premier Collection of Thomas Nelson’s NKJV Single-Column Reference Bible combines fine craftsmanship with the elegant single-column text. Enjoy the accurate and beautiful New King James Version typeset in Thomas Nelson’s smooth and readable NKJV Comfort Print®. Featuring a supple goatskin leather cover, durable edge-lined binding, premium European Bible paper, beautiful art gilded edges, and three ribbon markers, this special edition is a treasure for a lifetime in God’s Word.
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Features include:

  • Premium goatskin leather cover
  • Smyth-sewn and edge-lined construction for flexibility
  • Art gilding on page edges: red stain under gold
  • Gilt line stamped and perimeter stitching
  • Exclusive Thomas Nelson NKJV Comfort Print® typeface
  • Three satin ribbon markers, each 3/8-inch wide
  • Premium European Bible paper, 36 gsm
  • Black-letter text
  • Complete cross-reference system with more than 72,000 text cross-references
  • Concordance
  • Elegant single-column format
  • Generous yapp
  • 10.5-point print size
  • Page size approx.: 8.125 x 5.1 x 1.6 in.

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Weight4 lbs

1 review for NKJV Comfort Print Single-Column Reference Bible, Premium Leather, Black

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    5 Solas (verified owner)

    Wow! The Thomas Nelson NKJV Premier Collection single-column reference Bible is what I wished Schuyler could have been. I have been a fan of Schuyler Bibles, but Thomas Nelson Premier Collection NKJV beats Schuyler Quentel for a number of reasons:

    1. The size of this Bible is just right. The paper trim is 8.3 inches x 5.4 inches. With the goatskin cover, the Bible is about 9.4 by 5.7 inches. It is about 1.5 inches thick. This Bible is what you would call a hand-size Bible, not overly large like the regular Schuyler Quentel or overly small like the personal size Quentel. Even the thin line Quentel is still too tall and too wide for me.
    2. The Thomas Nelson Premier NKVJ is a single column Bible which is what I prefer.
    3. Not only are the chapter numbers in red, but the section or paragraph headings (which are not part of Scripture) are in red.
    4. The red art gilt is not too red (almost baby pink), so it is easier on the eyes when the Bible is open. As a result, the chapter numbers and paragraph or section headings really pop up.
    5. The Bible maps omit the term “Palestine” as it should.
    6. At less than $100, it beats the Schuyler Quentel.

    Some qualities of this Bible that are the same as the Schuyler Quentel are:

    1. The paper is a nice 36gsm Bible paper. However, this Bible is printed in China.
    2. Same line matching technique is used which prevents ghosting.
    3. It has gilt line stamping and perimeter stitching.
    4. This Bible has a supple, less grainy goatskin cover than the Quentel, but it is also edge-lined as the Quentel.
    5. Like the Quentel, this Bible is smythe-sewn.

    I am very pleased with this Bible, and I am glad Thomas Nelson came out with this in the NKJV. The size is my ideal size in a Bible. This Bible comes with three ribbons which I removed because inserting anything in the pages of the Bible is bad for its spine. It’s supposed to be a 10.5 font size, but I believe it is smaller than that. The font is probably a 9 or a 9.5. It is still very readable, however.

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