Schuyler Treveris ESV, Marbled Mahogany Calfskin Bible – Discounted

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SKU: ESV Treveris Marbled Mahogany Calfskin


These Bibles have up to 11 pages with faint red horizontal lines mainly in the margin that do not affect the readability of the text. This product has been discounted by fifteen dollars.

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The Treveris is a unique typesetting from Schuyler that seeks to give the Bible reader a format that is free of human commentary, i.e. without subheadings, references, etc., but at the same time remains practical for Bible study. The text itself is free from callers, subheadings, and numbers, but verse and chapter designations are available in the margins, with subheadings in the header.


Marbled Mahogany Calfskin Full Yapp Cover, Brown Leather Liner, 3 Ribbons: Dark Brown, Gold, Dark Brown
Trim Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″ x ~1.1″ (140mm x 215mm x ~28mm)
28 GSM Paper
Here is a text sampler.
Font: 10 pt.
Single Column Paragraph format
Single Column, Verse-by-Verse format for Psalms, Proverbs, Song of Solomon, and other Poetry
Ornamental Drop Caps
Line Matching to avoid “see through”
Art Gilt Edging (red under gold)
Schuyler Bible Maps

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Weight 4 lbs

4 reviews for Schuyler Treveris ESV, Marbled Mahogany Calfskin Bible – Discounted

  1. Potsie (verified owner)

    This is the Perfect bible for straight reading. Best single column bible on the market. The calfskin and quality on this bible is top notch. I own a imperial blue goatskin quentel and this calfskin is smoother while being slightly stiffer but still floppy. The corner work is flawless on my copy. The yapp takes this bible to the next level in terms of look. Very close in size to the handy size preacher’s bible but slightly smaller. Perfect for carrying or home reading. I have no complaints

  2. nickngcs (verified owner)

    I am glad I made this purchase because this Calfskin is just as soft as my previous Goatskin orders. The color is exactly what you see on Schuyler website, it’s dark brown which I absolutely adored.

    The full Yapp folds in nicely and meets each other for better protection during transportation. The perimeter stitchings and corner pleats are meticulously created. The mesmerising gold & red Art-Gilt edging matches the cover perfectly. Fonts are easily readable and together with it’s lightweight means I can carry it to everywhere I go to read God’s sacred words anytime anywhere.

    Can’t wait for my next Schuyler purchase. NIV Treveris full yapp perhaps?

    Thank you Team Schuyler for doing your utmost best to create such diversity of quality bibles for us.

    God blessed 🙏🏼

  3. cmereness89 (verified owner)

    I am a huge fan of single column Bibles. However, I’ve longed for a one-volume premier Bible that would be a hybrid (reader-style single column without cross references or subheadings, but with chapters/verses). When Schuyler announced the Treveris, I loved every aspect of the design, minus the drop caps. I thought they would be distracting and would pull away from the reading experience since they start every chapter, not just new sections (compare to the ESV 6-volume readers set). I decided to take a chance with the Treveris.

    After reading for about a week, I can confidently say that this is the greatest Bible I’ve ever owned. It exceeds all expectations. My biggest concern, the drop caps, is not as much of an issue as I thought. I can see myself getting used to them and just skimming past uninterrupted.

    Don’t get me wrong, I love deep study, which cross references and other tools are very helpful. But if you want a Bible that will allow you to get immersed into the Story, and allows you the freedom to use chaptes/verses for quick finds, then the Treveris is be a good choice.

    The only critique I’d like to mention is the size. Based on the dimensions, I thought this would be more in line with a thinline, but it is a little thicker and the full yapp gives a larger footprint. But I can still easily hold in my hand, so it’s not much of a person concern for me.

    The calfskin is “stiffer” than the super floppy goatskin we’ve come to love. I’m sure it will break in more over time. The stiffness helps with armchair reading.

    Well done Schuyler!

  4. Chris Lueken (verified owner)

    I just received and inspected my new Treveris today and excited to leave the 1st review.

    I own quite a few Schuyler, Cambridge and Crossway Bibles and this is my new favorite (I say this lightly because the “newness” is strong here). I am very picky about each of these Bibles that comes (and do not typically leave 5-stars), so when I give 5-stars…I mean it. This one is fantastic for several reasons:

    1. The marbled effect is perfect!!!! This one is huge because I bought my daughter a personal size marbled mahogany and it looked nothing like this. The calfskin was more like goatskin and the marbled effect was just just to much smearing around (looks okay but not what you asked for). This one looks exactly like it does in the pictures. Truly amazing!

    2. The typesetting, line spacing, font size, etc. is beautiful to the eye. I already knew this would be the case from pictures but seeing it in person helps. The chapter/verse numbers, subheadings out of the way and no cross references or notes to distract you is superb. I can just spend my time reading the Bible without getting side-tracked on research (happens quite a bit…I am a theology geek).

    3. Full yap: This is my first full yap and see why people like it so much. Now I need to figure out how to train it!

    4. Everything else that you expect from a Schulyer. This just means that all the little details that you expect are there. There are no blemishes or flaws with this one (It does and has happened with my other Bibles but that is to be expected when you go with handcrafted). I got a good one.

    I do have some points to make though (like I said…I am very picky) but do not consider them cons:

    1. The corners are different. They went with the folding technique rather than the cutting and stamping (or however you say that). It still looks good but just something different. The pictures they just posted confirm this is the new method. This might be a plus because it is hit and miss with the quality. Sometimes the cutting job didn’t result in a nice minor overlap (I hope you know what I mean). There is less risk of error and more consistency here.

    2. cracks in the Schulyer. this is common but just something to be aware of.

    3. THICK! This baby is thicker than the personal size and way thicker than the Crossway Omega (same font size) despite not having crossrefs or notes. You can thank the single-column for that. They could have done without the concordance and Bible maps for this reading Bible but I know many people would disagree…no biggie.

    4. Single column…get used to it all over again. I have been using Schulyer’s amazing double-column method for quite some time and my eyes need to readjust to reading the entire width of the page. This may sound like nothing, but for regular Bible readers…this is quite the adjustment.

    Thank you Schulyer and EVBible for a quality product that will last long enough to pass down to my kids!

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