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Schuyler Canterbury KJV, Imperial Blue Goatskin Bible

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Imperial Blue Goatskin cover with Navy Blue Calfskin liner
3 navy blue ribbons and red under gold art gilt
Page size: 6.1″ x 9.1″ x 1.1″
11 pt. font with words of Christ in red
Cross References and Concordance
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Imperial Blue Natural Grain Goatskin, Navy Liner: 3 Navy Ribbons Pictures Here.

The Canterbury Edition Specifications:

Page size: Page size: 6.1″ x 9.1″ x 1.1″ (156 x 231 x 29 mm)
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
Glossary of King James Terms
Art Gilt Edging (red under gold)
Gold Foil Spine Stamping
Schuyler Bible Maps

11 reviews for Schuyler Canterbury KJV, Imperial Blue Goatskin Bible

  1. Michal Lopianowski (verified owner)

    Absolutely love this Bible. The only thing stopping me from giving it a 5 star, is that the line breaks in the Psalms appear to have been made randomly. It appears no thought went into it. Often there was plenty of room on a line to complete a thought when a carriage return was randomly inserted? Why not always break at a comma, or at a semi colon especially when there is plenty of space on the line in question?

    Several examples:
    Ps 36:10 reads:
    10 O continue thy lovingkindness unto them that know
    thee; and thy righteousness to the upright in heart.

    Wouldn’t it make more sense to make it:
    10 O continue thy lovingkindness unto them that know thee;
    and thy righteousness to the upright in heart.

    as there is plenty of room for the “thee”

    Ps 116:4 reads:
    4 Then called I upon the name of the LORD; O
    LORD, I beseech thee, deliver my soul.

    Who would split like that??? should it not be like this:
    4 Then called I upon the name of the LORD;
    O LORD, I beseech thee, deliver my soul.

    These are just two of many examples

  2. goto1611

    Best King James Bible on the market by far.

  3. Michael McCarthy

    It arrived a day early in perfect condition. You mailed it out so quickly. Incredible service.

    The Canterbury is such an amazing piece of art. But it’s not only beautiful, it’s useful. Opening it, I am presented with the most readable text there is. The cover is soft, but strong and durable. It’s light too for it’s size. Much lighter than I thought. The maps are extremely useful. I love learning from them. Whoever designed them did such an amazing job. Hands down… THE BEST MAPS OF ANY BIBLE OUT THERE. The kings English glossary (essential) and concordance are awesome (Btw, I don’t mind the small print if it means more entries). They listen to what people want and you deliver. All the glory to God!

    I am super blessed to be able to own this Bible. May God bless the designers and builders of this Bible and all the hard workers at Evangelical Bible!

  4. rpvajr

    I am really enjoying this Bible. The red art gilt with the navy blue goatskin leather is really just a beautiful color combination.
    Great print quality, text size, and opacity. A real joy and blessing to be reading.

    My only quibble with the text of the Bible is that some of the verse references and missing the “,” between verse numbers causing the numbers to be printed together. Ex. Pg. 1294 Matthew 26:24 ref. “Luke 24:2526” not a huge deal, bit still hopefully this can be addressed one day.

    Thank you EVB!

  5. Douglas sowter

    just received my Schyuler Canterbury I am so stoked can’t wait for imperial Blue is available

  6. Dan G

    This Bible simply looks amazing; I love the blue and gold, and in goatskin. What a great change from the traditional Bibles that have a black/brown cover and white-under-gold art gilt. This Bible is also very readable and the font is perfect; doesn’t look like it came from the 1600’s, but rather makes the Bible feel just as new and relevant today as it was 400 years ago. One other thing I like about it is that each section of a chapter/book has a title (such as Acts 12:7-19, “The Angel of the LORD frees Peter”). Many other Bibles just list one or two things that are on that page.

    That said, I wish I could give this Bible five stars…but it loses one for the reasons listed below.

    1-This Bible is a bit too similar in size to the Wide Margin. I had bought this Bible to use for the platform and travel, while keeping the WM at home to store notes, etc…but may switch to a Personal Size instead for portability.
    2-When I first got this Bible, and I was flipping through it, I noticed my thumb turning blue; some of the art gilt was rubbing off already! To this day it still does that, although it is not as noticeable as before. For this reason, the blue-under-gold is nowhere near as noticeable as it should be.
    3-I have found over FIFTY occurrences of references where the connecting verses don’t have a hyphen (for instance, if there reference was to Psalm 16:10-11, it would say “Psalm 16:1011”). This makes it extremely difficult to know right off the bat which verse or verses are being referenced. I have also found a couple of references that are incorrect (the verse they lead to either doesn’t exist or isn’t related in any way).

    None of this is a deal-breaker. At the end of the day, this is a great Bible and I would recommend it to anyone. Definitely a conversation-starter!

  7. Rev. Erick Smith

    All I can say is if you are going to purchase a heirloom Bible, you would be remiss to pass up purchasing a KJV Canterbury. Mine arrived a day earlier then expected(THANK YOU JESUS) and I was not disappointed in any aspect of what I received. The blue/gold gilt edges-Awesomely Beautiful, the font- WOW, I love it. No ghosting on the pages, This is a Bible that will definitely be passed on to my children, I may have to buy another. One for each of my kids. Awesome Job Evangelical Bible. com and Schuyler. I.M.PRESSED

  8. Julie Yermolayev

    I have been using this Bible for two months and I must say it is wonderful. The craftsmanship is amazing. I find this font and layout makes the KJV easier for me to read and understand. I love the fancy drop caps and the blue gilt page edges. The goatskin is so wonderful to hold and I find the size perfect. It’s all around a lovely Bible and you won’t be disappointed. Thank you!

  9. Scott

    I could go on and on about this Bible! The blue goatskin cover feeling so good in my hands, the finest craftsmanship, or the fine layout – especially having the references at the bottom.

    BUT – what drove me to write this review is the sheer ease and pleasure in reading this Bible. The print jumps off the page and although I own other fine Bibles, this really is fast becoming the go-to Bible I ready every day. If you want a finely made Bible that you can READ with ease and comfort, buy this Bible. The red lettering in the Gospels is probably the best I’ve seen.

  10. Joel Padgett

    Great feel and quality.

  11. Noah

    A simply awesome copy of God’s word from an a true blessing of a company!

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