Schuyler Canterbury KJV, Full Yapp Black Goatskin Bible

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SKU: Canterbury Black Goatskin Full Yapp

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This edition of the Canterbury will have a full yapp and a specially designed box featuring the Canterbury Cathedral. It will also have pleated corners.

Black Natural Grain Goatskin, Red Liner, Ribbons: 3 red ribbons

The Canterbury Edition Specifications:

Page size: Page size: 6.1″ x 9.1″ x 1.1″
Textblock bulk: Approx. 29 mm – PDF Sampler of text.
28 GSM Paper
Font: 11 pt. Milo
Double Column, Verse-by-Verse format
Single Column, Verse-by-Verse format for Psalms
Ornamental Drop Caps
Words of Christ in Red
Italics for supplied words
Presentation and Family Record Pages
Epistle Dedicatory & Translators to the Readers
Line Matching to avoid “see through”
55,000 Cross References
Concordance
Glossary of King James Terms
Art Gilt Edging (red under gold)
Gold Foil Spine Stamping
Schuyler Bible Maps

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs

18 reviews for Schuyler Canterbury KJV, Full Yapp Black Goatskin Bible

  1. Jay Brunot (verified owner)

    Greetings, I recently received the newest version of the Schuyler Canterbury. Everything about this Sacred Writ can only be described as “high end.” It’s elegance is unmatched. From the pliancy of the goatskin cover, with the full yapp, to the silk-like texture of 28 GSM paper, it is truly remarkable. Line matching for opacities sake, extensive cross references, and concordance, along with an AV glossary, make it most desirable. While all of it’s features are marked with high regard, indeed, it is the content of God’s Holy Word that renders it elite. I am sincerely, Jay Brunot

  2. Brian McClurg (verified owner)

    This is the strangest review I’ve done. I received the Bible and overall the actual construction is good but for some reason my copy didn’t have raised hubs (just tooled lines) and the inner gilt line is almost underneath the cover fold on on the cover fold. On the bright side I actually like the tooled hubs and hence the reason I’m quite the Allan fan but when it was understood to have raised hubs I was concerned about quality control in the Netherlands.

  3. Michael Markey (verified owner)

    This is somewhat of a comparrison of the Schuyler Canterbury and the Cambridge Turquoise.
    As much as I love the way the Schuyler Canterbury with the full yapp looks I’m finding the text difficult to read most days. I wish that the text was slightly bolder more like the Turxquoise. For example the text in my Cambridge Turquoise is a point size smaller but is bolder and easier for me to read.
    Things I love about my Canterbury are:
    I love the craftsmanship of the bible.
    I love that the words of Christ are in red throughout the New Testament not just his time on earth.
    I love the names without the annoying self pronouncing text like the Turquoise, which is so distracting.
    I love the format of the Psalms.
    What I HATE about the Canterbury is the difficulty I have trying to read it.
    I HATE the almost microscopic type of the comcordance. This is a common complaint by most reviewers who have reviewed this Bible. Without a magnifying glass in hand it is totally useless. I wish they had used the note pages and created a proper readable concordance with the extra pages.
    I really want to read this Bible but with my aging eyes I’m finding it increasingly difficult and will likely go back to my Cambridge Turquoise.
    Just a note to anyone designing a new Bible. Remember The Word can be difficult enough to read and understand with putting mechanical barriers in front of the reader. People buy larger Bibles expecting larger and easier to read. There is a multitude of compact Bibles for younger readers with better eyes. Even though I require the larger type I still want a fine quality Bible to enjoy.

  4. Tommy Sturgis (verified owner)

    I gave this Bible 4 stars because of the following 1- THIS IS NOT A FULL YAPP BIBLE !! IT IS A SEMI-YAPP!!!
    2- The gold line on the Inside of the liner is way off ! It goes from the red onto the black Then back to red. Another reviewer seemed to give this bible a lot of praise, Saying it was better than RL Allan as far as the binding. Owning several RL Allan and Schuyler bibles , The binding is better on the RL Allan. “”Having said all this and being a little disappointed as I was hoping for a true full yapp,This is a beautiful bible Until they put more leather on it I would use my money for the less expensive standard Canterbury. The layout of the Bible on the inside is absolutely the best hands down ! All premium Bible companies are going to have some flaws nobody’s perfect, Even RL Allan and Cambridge! If I could take an Allan cover and wrap it around The Canterbury text I think I would have the perfect bible. I realize I am concentrating on the materials and how it was put together instead of the word, But when you pay this much money your Expectations are higher! It’s not only for the word but the material and craftsmanship that is there to surround the most precious thing we have in this world. So yes the leather the way it stitched and the way it’s put together does matter. You are paying for that extra quality if you want to just the word you could get it from any box store printed on paper in China. Evangelical Bible.com is the best place for all your Bible needs and they have great customer service. My hopes are that they make a true full yapp or if they would consider it a generous Yapp with the Canterbury. It is a beautiful Bible. I Will read it for many years to come.

  5. ann mcmahon (verified owner)

    This Canterbury is very classy with the full on yapp, and red letter as well! A nod to classic black KJV Bibles of old, yet with a touch of the new- red head and tail bands! Such a lovely Bible, soft and very supple cover, and the full yapp is the right touch to this KJV! Though it is not as full as a Long Primer, it comes close- so it is at home with it’s “cousins”…

  6. Richard Detheridge (verified owner)

    I have read the reviews so far and agree with most of the comments; critical and positive. I really appreciate the Canterbury’s; typeset, large font, red lettering, and Ornamental Drop Caps. The feature that prompted me to purchase this bible was the “Full Yapp.” Although it doesn’t have a full yapp; it is close.
    Ordering a premium bible sight unseen is taking a risk that it may not meet your expectations. Of all the Schuyler bibles (9) I have purchased I only exchanged one for a cover flaw that I couldn’t live with. So, when I received this bible I methodically inspected it for the imperfections that might bother me; I didn’t see any. I was very relieved to have received a bible that was near flawless; even the Canterbury box arrived in great shape thanks to the excellent packaging.
    In comparison with the Allan Longprimer 53 the edge goes to Allan’s “Full Yapp” cover. As for easy on the eyes readability, I prefer Schuyler.
    Since I can’t give this bible a 4 1/2, I’ll lean-to 5 stars.

  7. Charlo Almeda (verified owner)

    I do want to retract my statements regarding this KJV Canterbury bible in relation to the R L Allen Longprimer. Though the KJV Canterbury is a very good bible, it does not come close to the par excellence of the R L Allen Longprimer. A yapp and its cover, does make the difference. And I do own those both types of bibles. That is why I giving three stars for the KJV “full” yapp Canterbury bible.

  8. conradehlers (verified owner)

    Great Bible just wish the full yapp was actually a full yapp and touched, although it has more yapp then any other Schuyler Bible. Still is a great bible and would have given 5 stars had the yapp edges touched.

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