Schuyler Wide Margin Canterbury KJV, Black Goatskin Bible

(16 customer reviews)

$230.00

PREORDERS OPEN IN DECEMBER

Out of stock

SKU: Wide Margin Canterbury Black

Description

Due in Late February

Sample pics here

The best selling Schuyler Canterbury KJV Bible is now available in a Wide Margin format. This Bible will be identical to the current Canterbury KJV Bible, with the following exceptions: 1. Slightly smaller text size: 9.5 instead of 11 point font. 2. Red letter text for words of Christ.  3. No ‘self pronouncing’ text markers 4. Heavier paper – 38 GSM Bible paper. 5. Semi-yapp cover. 6. Last, but not least, wide margins. Outer Margin: 35 mm; Inner Margin 33 mm; Top Margin: 25 mm; Bottom Margin: 31 mm.To see this in a PDF format – click here.

Features

Black Natural Grain Goatskin, Red Leather Liner, 3 Red Ribbon Markers
Trim size: 6.8″ x 9.4″ x ~1.7″ (173 mm x 238 mm x ~43 mm)
Outer Margin: 35 mm; Inner Margin 33 mm; Top: 25 mm; Bottom: 31 mm
38 GSM Thinopaque Paper (Finland)
Font: 9.5 pt. Milo
Double Column, Verse-by-Verse format
Single Column, Verse-by-Verse format for Psalms
Red Letter
Ornamental Drop Caps
Italics for supplied words
Semi Yapp Goatskin Cover
Epistle Dedicatory & Translators to the Readers
Line Matching
55,000 Cross References, Concordance, Glossary of King James Terms
Lined paper in the back
Art Gilt Edging (red under gold)
Schuyler Bible Maps

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs

16 reviews for Schuyler Wide Margin Canterbury KJV, Black Goatskin Bible

  1. Donald Tracey

    Just want to add that my review did not show up as a “verified buyer” because, I think, it was a clearance special. There was a minor flaw that was easily fixed with some clear Elmer’s glue. I got a great Bible and saved $30.

  2. bryan Washington (verified owner)

    Absolutely great quality my only complaints are 1 the concordance print is extremely small for such a large bible and 2 the ribbons seem very cheap.

  3. Donald Tracey

    This is a hefty Bible! The goatskin is amazing, it’s the softest and most flexible I have seen yet from Schuyler or any other publisher. The 9.5 point font is not super dark but it is easy to read. Even the sometimes criticized small-font Schuyler concordance is not hard to use (my strong opinion). The Canterbury design is elegant and understated. This Bible also features a .5 inch partial yapp (gotta love the raging debate on what is or is not a full yapp) and raised spine hubs. The art-gilding on the text block is beautiful. If I’d had the chance to hold and examine this Bible before buying it, I would still have happily made the purchase. I bought it for making annotations but it’s too beautiful. While writing in it may not be wrong, I just won’t do it.

    Looking at a recent offering from another publisher, it looks to me like the Canterbury text design is being imitated, but not equaled.

  4. jackv (verified owner)

    This Canterbury wide margin is square. It has a very good weight for its size. It is black. Three red ribbons are attached to it. There are some words in gold on the spine.
    The best part of this Bible is the font. The paper is super cool to. It is worth the $230 you pay because it is built for multiple life times of usage. It looks awesome by itself or next to a toaster or potted plant. I highly, undoubtedly, without any reservations recommend this really rad KJV wide margin Bible.

  5. Addison Everett (verified owner)

    I own goatskin widemargins in Cambridge and Allan. As far as I am concerned, the Schuyler WM is not a whit behind in quality and doesn’t have an equal in beauty. Time and use will tell if the integrity of the materials and craftmanship will equal the others in its class. 5 stars all the way.

  6. Taylor Little (verified owner)

    One must contain the natural senses as your “unbox” the Schuyler Canterbury WM. The smell of the leather and the initial sight of the leather and Schuyler logo make every penny, sacrifice, and amount of time waited for WORTH it.

    I love my Bible. It is beautiful. It is extravagant. It is unique. It IS worth the money. When you read from this Bible, you truly feel you are reading from a King’s book, from the King’s English to the heirs of His Kingdom.

    There are much more elaborate reviews above, that I would wholeheartedly agree with from a quality perspective.

    Things I love:
    1) The note sheets at the end.
    2) The overall quality of the typesetting.
    3) The leather, the leather, the leather.
    4) Much more.

    Points to be mindful of:
    1) The print is for study, not for “easy reading”. I would have liked to see it a 10 or 10.5 point font.
    2) The concordance font is too small. I haven’t found myself using it much.
    3) I would have liked to have seen a knowledge article for the best use of notetaking on the paper directly from Schuyler(reason for 4 of 5 stars). I used a .05 micron pen and saw a little more show-through then would have liked. Upon inquiry to their outstanding customer service team, they provided some tips I then implemented.

    Over-all, this Bible is worth the investment. Any of the “points to be mindful of” would NOT keep me from buying this Bible again. They are only to provide insight to your investment.

    Blessings to EB for their Godly dedication in the production of Bibles for God’s people. I cannot wait to make my next purchase!

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