Schuyler Journal Imperial Blue Goatskin
This Journal is a beautiful accompaniment to any Bible. It contains 234 pages of lined and numbered paper, as well as a Table of Contents to keep a record of what you have written.
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Imperial Blue Natural Grain Goatskin cover – with matching perimeter stitching.
Table of Contents
234 lined and numbered pages
BLUE under gold art gilt edges (hand sprayed in the Netherlands)
One navy ribbon
70 GSM – Milled in Castellón Spain
5.5″ x 8.5″ (141 x 215 mm)
Thickness: Approximately 10 mm
3 reviews for Schuyler Journal Imperial Blue Goatskin
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Barry Coker (verified owner) –
Beautiful craftsmanship. Very quick shipping. Very usable. Great quality paper.
Garry McKee (verified owner) –
It’s bigger than you think. It’s darker blue than you think. I have friends that have Allan Bibles and Crossway Bibles, but the Schuyler Bibles are just more pleasing to read. However, I think I like the Allan journal that I have better. The goatskin on the Schuyler journal is softer, but not as rich in the grain as the Allan journal. The size of the Allan is closer to a traditional Moleskine too, which makes it more comfortable for me. Both are ultra high end journals that anyone should be pleased with.
This would be perfect if it had straight blank pages without lines or anything.
Kim Shay (verified owner) –
I have a Schuyler ESV so when I saw that there was a journal from Schuyler, I wanted to try it. Previously, I had purchased an Allan journal, but did not like it because the lines were two narrow. That is not the case with this one. The lines are comparable to other popular journals. The paper is smooth and my pen flows beautifully on the page. I have used both a ballpoint pen and a Micron 03 and there is no bleed through. A 07 point HB mechanical pencil is also nice on the paper. I am not a fountain pen user, so I can’t speak to how the paper is with that. I have a Rhodia journal which has roughly the same number of pages; the Rhodia is almost 3/4 inch thick, and the Schuyler is 1/2 inch thick. The paper in the Schuyler is superior. It opens beautifully, and the leather is wonderful. It will make the journal a real keepsake. My only quibble is that I think there could have been a small “margin” around the perimeter; a very small one, but something so that the lines don’t go right into the middle where the binding is. That said, I am really happy with the journal. I’m really thankful Evangelical Bible carries something like this.