Schuyler Canterbury KJV Tuscany Calfskin Bible

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SKU: Canterbury Tuscany Calfskin


Aniline Calfskin reveals the life of the animal in the natural grain, exhibiting pores, healed scars, insect bites, scratches, fat wrinkles, etc. Expect perfect imperfections! This beautiful leather will show marks and stains over time and develop a rich patina with use.

Tuscany Italian Aniline Natural Grain Calfskin, Dark Brown Calfskin Liner, 3 Gold ribbons

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 (brown under gold)
Schuyler Bible Maps

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Weight 4 lbs

2 reviews for Schuyler Canterbury KJV Tuscany Calfskin Bible

  1. sandra.lawson2222 (verified owner)

    Wow what a beautiful bible! Has a softer feel than my previous goatskin even thought the leather feels thicker. Color combinations are fantastic! It smells wonderful as well.

  2. thebirds121308

    Love this edition!
    This new calfskin is so smooth yet very durable. It’s a pleasure to hold and will get softer and gracefully age with use. And the Canterbury layout is one of the best with readability, font size, line matching and the drop caps.
    One thing I really love about Schuyler, is they listen to their customers and ask for input. They really have stepped up their game especially with these full yapp versions.
    I’m hoping to see a Tuscany version full yapp in a NKJV in the future. Here’s a possible suggestion, maybe do a run of Tuscany Bibles in both red under and blue under gold. I personally think this combination would look really nice in a blue under gold.
    Would give it a sort of “south western ” look mimicking blue turquoise and the desert with the Tuscany leather . Thanks Schuyler for a great edition.

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