Schuyler Wide Margin Canterbury KJV, Dark Green Goatskin

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SKU: Wide Margin Canterbury Dark Green

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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

Dark Green Natural Grain Goatskin, Dark Brown Leather Liner, 3 Green 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

Weight5 lbs

1 review for Schuyler Wide Margin Canterbury KJV, Dark Green Goatskin

  1. George (verified owner)

    It was a very difficult choice for me between this and the Allan Clarendon Wide Margin. If it wasn’t for the broken lettering of the Allan, I most likely would have preferred it over this Schuyler due to the center cross reference system Allen employs.
    I am newly reborn and have been in God’s perfect word for 6 months now, so these amazing note taking bibles are imperative to me, and I pray for all new believers to be blessed with such presentations of God’s word.
    Allan and Schuyler wide margin bibles are very helpful for developing your relationship with Jesus. Let’s not be dogmatic about this though, any KJV will provide any believer with the tools necessary to fulfill II Timothy 2:15, but wow, to be able to have so much note-taking space and practically unbiased reference systems built in, I truly wish everybody was blessed to own one of these.
    I’ve had this bible for maybe a month now. About a third of it is filled with Tul brand highlighting, as well as standard ballpoint as well as archival ink. There is very little ghosting and no bleed through. With Allan having slightly thicker paper (45gsm vs 36gsm) I was a little concerned about that but found there was no issue whatsoever.
    The drop caps and single column Psalms are indeed up to one’s own preference, and I liked the touch they added.
    The epistle dedicating and translation to the readers are complete, therefore a job well done in comparison to Allan.
    The concordance is not only small, but the font is so tiny I think it’s silly they even added it… but nevertheless, it’s there and can be used so I won’t knock them too hard on it. I can’t remember if the concordance in the Allan WM is the same one as in the Allan 53, I’m sure there are differences but the concordance is way better in the Allan’s… that being said I’m not too sure how I feel about that anyways, I am still learning to harmonize the word and I feel a concordance impedes or even creates bias to the way I approach my harmonization of the Bible. But if you want a more complete concordance, Allan is the way forward, especially when it comes to studying with chain references in conjunction, once again I have to commend the center column reference system Allan chose.
    Double-column note paper on the Schuyler for the win over Allan in my opinion.
    The maps are the nicest I’ve ever seen.
    The goat skin between the Allan and the Schuyler is an interesting comparison. I would say the suppleness and flexibility out of the box are the same, but the Allan is thicker, while the Schuyler‘s stitching and corner detailing puts it a level above Allan. There’s really no way For me to say which is “better.” I guess that would come down to binding preference (flush or exposed ribs), and branding. I personally like the raised ribs of the Schuyler, but would take the “Holy Bible” over the Jewish cross any day. Not at all an anti-Semitic statement, but an anti-symbol preference.
    Also, the size and just layout of it makes it undesirable for me to envision using as a daily driver in the aspect of witnessing and street preaching, so I was able to order a newly released 53R from bibles direct as they just got them in!! As always the Lord provides and it seems I will get my daily driver. As for this wonderful bible, it will remain in my study chamber and be passed down to my son when he reaches the age and spiritual maturity to fall in love with the word.
    So… two wide margins to choose from, you really can’t go wrong with either. EB should be getting their stock of Allan 53’s soon as well, if you want the best of both worlds, in my opinion; Get this Schuyler for Study, and the Allan 53 for the streets!

    One last note. Evangelical Bible went to great lengths to work with me on the Allan and Schuyler exchange. I was forthcoming and expedient, and they were even more so! A very big thank you to Karen and Melissa for your diligence and integrity 🙂 Prayers go out continually to you, your staff, and clients 🙌🏼

    Sola Scriptura, Sola Fide, Maranatha, God Bless, Amen & Amen ❤️

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