Schuyler Wide Margin Canterbury KJV, Imperial Blue Goatskin

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SKU: Wide Margin Canterbury Imperial Blue

Description

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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

Imperial Blue Natural Grain Goatskin, Navy Leather Liner, 3 Navy 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 (blue under gold)
Schuyler Bible Maps

Additional information

Weight5 lbs

4 reviews for Schuyler Wide Margin Canterbury KJV, Imperial Blue Goatskin

  1. James L Roper (verified owner)

    I finally received my new Bible last week. I have had my current Bible (Scofield Study Bible in KJV) for 10 years and it was to the point of retiring. I did a lot of research before ordering the Schuyler. I have to admit that I was a little skeptical when reading about this Bible. I wasn’t sure how all of my wants (wide margin, KJV, readable print, quality, craftsmanship and ease of carry) we’re going to fit in this price point. I am more than satisfied! The quality and craftsmanship are amazing. There is plenty of room for sermon outlines in the margins as well as other notes. It will take some time to adjust to a new Bible but overall I have to say that this is a wise investment for anyone that wants to study while feeling quality in their hands.

  2. jackvudthiyanon (verified owner)

    The goatskin cover on this imperial blue copy is surprisingly better than my slate color version. It is much more smoother and pliable to where it is like liquid leather. Perhaps it may be the difference in which the goat hides originated from.
    All the stellar work is accounted for: stitching, spine hubs, art gilt edges, interior stamped accent border, three wide ribbons, etc. The list reads like a grocery list.
    What’s most important to note is the wide margins are ample. Though Cambridge and Allan might have slightly more room in their wide margins, Schuyler has more than enough to take notes. Also, the text block is free of self pronouncing words. Words of Christ are in read (which is more of a bonus). And Schuyler always keeps the Translators to the reader.
    This bible is too pretty NOT to write in it. Naturally, a person would be reluctant and almost intimidated by the books sheer beauty that it would be sacrilege to mark it up. But in the end it’s just paper and ink. The soul purpose of it is to be read and used as a personal journal in sorting out your thoughts and expounding on what’s important to you. So then, you should write in it with vigor.
    Schuyler is at the apex of bible publishing with their creative works of God’s word dutifully printed on paper which is a blessing in your hands. Get this bible.

  3. Bob Beaver

    BOY, ARE YOU IN FOR A TREAT!
    I received this Bible Jan. 27, 2020 but I wanted to wait a few weeks to do my review because I wanted to have the excitement of the “new” a bit behind me so that I could write a more objective review. So, here goes:
    BY FAR THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, WELL-CRAFTED BIBLE I HAVE EVER OWNED! AND I HAVE OWNED MANY PREMIER BIBLES (from Schuyler, R. L. Allan, and Cambridge)–but this one beats them all and by a huge margin!. The Fire-brick red goatskin is so, SO very elegant. It has a nice yap (not an full yap. But enough to cover and protect the pages. BUT THE MAIN THING I WANT TO SHARE IS THIS!
    When you open this Bible and lay it flat, the fire-brick red and with the silver/blue gilding is . . . how can I put it–OPENING THIS BIBLE WITH THE RED GOATSKIN AND BLUE UNDER-SILVER GILTING IS SO . . . how to I put it. Well, opening it for the first time was an such an aesthetic experience that I just beheld for quite some time. And now that I have had it a number of weeks now, it is STILL an aesthetic experience every time I open it. The drop-caps look fantastic. The paper not only feels great but I have already put my notes in the wide-margins and by using the black and red Micron Pigma .005 just does the trick. There is some shadowing but not distractingly so. And absolutely NO BLEED-THROUGH. And having had many wide-margin Bibles I have now discovered that the black pens for writing my notes and the red pens for underlining is the perfect match. Also, after I have allowed the notes to fully dry–(I usually give it a day or two) but if you use a yellow zebra-ZEBRITE highlighter over your writing it makes the black ink to almost ‘jump-out’ at you. Hard to put into words but it just looks totally awesome! And one thing I can tell you for certain–HAVING THIS BIBLE IS JUST A WONDERFUL-BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCE! After searching SO LONG for “THE” Bible, well, I finally found it.
    I want to thank Schuyler for making this beautiful masterpiece and I want to thank Evangelical bible for supplying such fine Bibles–especially the goatskin. Yes, it costs more, but it will last a life-time (an heirloom bible that I plan to pass on to my loved-ones. O, also the red-letter print looks just so great. Not harsh at all, but looks just very elegant and goes so well with the cover of this bible. I TRULY BELIEVE THAT MY SEARCH FOR THE “ONE” IS OVER. I hope this review is sufficient enough to make you want to own this as your very own. Grace to you and Peace.

  4. Grant Gruber (verified owner)

    Kind of disappointed in this bible. For one it’s super expensive. Definitely the most expensive bible I’ve ever bought. I thought this bible was going to be a lot lighter in color. This bible is more of a turquoise color rather than I nice medium blue color. Also the Bible is huge. There’s a lot of thickness to it so it’s not as practical to carry around or take to church. For some reason there are two black dots on two pages( one on each page ) looks like someone took a pen to it. I’m not worried about it. The cover is nice and the guild is beautiful. The paper is also nice and the layout. It’s just heavy and huge in general. I just expected to get the same color as the picture especially for the price I paid. Oh well.

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