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Schuyler Personal Size Quentel NASB, Full Yapp Firebrick Red Goatskin Bible

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Full Yapp Firebrick Red Goatskin cover with Navy Blue Calfskin liner
2 navy ribbons and blue under silver art gilt
Page size: 4.7″ x 7.1″ x 1″
8.5 pt. font with words of Christ in black
Cross references
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The Schuyler Personal Size Quentel NASB is based on the Quentel Series, which is now available in the ESV, NKJV, NASB, NIV, CSB, and RSV. This edition is designed to be a ‘personal size’ companion to the regular sized Quentel since it is identical in pagination. CLICK HERE for a .pdf sample (open at 100% or “actual size”). Pictures Here.

Natural Grain Firebrick Red Goatskin Full Yapp Cover with Navy Blue Calfskin Liner
Same Pagination as the Quentel Series – (all page numbers and format will be identical)
1995 text
Approximate font size: 8.5
4.7″ x 7.1″ x 1″ (120 mm x 180 mm x 28 mm)
Line Matching
28 GSM Indopaque paper
2 Ribbon Markers (Navy Blue)
Art-Gilt edging (blue under silver)
Smyth Sewn
Black letter text (chapter numbers, headers and page number in red)
More than 95,000 entry cross references
Presentation and family record pages
Lined note paper
Extensive Schuyler Bible Maps

3 reviews for Schuyler Personal Size Quentel NASB, Full Yapp Firebrick Red Goatskin Bible

  1. Darlene (verified owner)

    I was looking forward to loving this Bible. My expectations for the quality was very high based on the price and watching numerous reviews.
    The first Bible I received I returned. The blue art gilding had blotches of blue ink, some of which ran into some of the pages. The blue art gilding also had a pixelated look, the white edge of the pages were showing through. Kind of a dotted appearance.
    The replacement Bible I received has the same pixelated look with white page edges showing through.
    I chose not to return the second Bible. This is the Bible I wanted, red with full yapp. I had no confidence a third one would be any better.
    When I returned the Bible it had to be inspected before they would send me a replacement Bible. They did not inspect the replacement. The whole interaction makes me sad.

  2. Scott Fleming

    I pretty much went silly wild purchasing wonderful bibles from EB this month. I have to admit that my motives are more than a little materialistic. I love God’s Word but I didn’t need all these new bibles really. My favorite and the first I purchased, the full sized Quentel would have been wholly adequate. I never knew such bibles could be had till recently. When I found them I got carried away.

    This last one and final for a good while, the PSQ in NASB has been yet another blessing. Having already gotten the Cambridge Clarion I didn’t need another personal sized bible but try as I might to resist getting the PSQ, I failed. I’m glad I did. What pushed me over the edge finally was the realization that the one I wanted might not be around for long. And might not come back again in subsequent printings. And loving the NKJV Quentel as I do I really wanted its little cousin. The Quentel will never leave my library but the PSQ will. Safely in its nice box but it WILL travel. Probably alternately with the Clarion as I so much enjoy the single column of the Clarion but the double columns of the PSQ are very readable and the font and typeset are very good. Being a NKJV devotee this NASB version also prompted my purchase. I like comparing the versions and the NASB is indeed a worthy translation.

    Of course all the particulars of the construction of the PSQ are top top notch just as all the reviewers have told in detail. It’s a bit delicate as I have said of the Clarion. Quite thin paper but well line matched and of course Jongbloed’s printing is superb. The hinging of the text block to the cover seems perhaps a tad stiff at first. Probably due to the size of the bible and its very supple binding. Looks to be just like the full sized Quentel but there we find a much stouter book and the PSQ is lithe and limber in comparison.

    What more can I say? Get the red one while you can. It is a joy to the heart.

    P.S. Cambridge with it’s Clarion provides a better box. It is of one piece and hinged, lending itself to everyday use more than the regular two piece box Schuyler provides.

  3. Robert Summers

    Everything about this bible says quality. The craftsmanship is amazing. One of the best bibles I own
    After receiving it and sending it back (because of a glitch/line in the text block), I did get another one in record time. However, they told me this defect is “normal”. This is not what I would expect from a high end bible. The second one I received has the same defect. I even put a note in the one I was returning requesting they try and find one without this defect. I guess there isn’t any because I got the same thing. Ugh.
    I will keep it and everything else about this bible. What a shame, if they could fix this I would rate Schuyler the best…as on now, no way.
    On a side note, Evangelical Bible is a first rate company. there professionalism and customer service is second to none! I will order from them again (just not a Schuyler).

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