Schuyler Wide Margin Quentel NASB, Antique Marble Brown Goatskin Bible

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SKU: Wide Margin Quentel NASB Antique Marble Brown


The best selling Schuyler NASB Quentel Bible is now available in a Wide Margin format. This Bible is identical to the current Schuyler Quentel NASB with the following exceptions: 1. Slightly smaller text size: 9.5 instead of 11 point font. 2. Heavier paper – 40 GSM Bible paper. 3. Semi-yapp cover. 4. 32 pages of lined note paper. 5. Last, but not least, wide margins. Outer Margin: 35 mm; Inner Margin 33 mm; Top Margin: 25-30 mm; Bottom Margin: 31-36 mm. This format will extend to the Schuyler Quentel series, and is already available in the Schuyler Canterbury KJV. Click HERE for photos.


Antique Marble Brown Goatskin Semi-yapp Covers with Dark Brown leather lining
Trim Size: 6.8″ x 9.4″ x ~1.7″ (173 mm x 238 mm x ~43 mm)
9.5 pt. Milo font
1995 text
Line Matching to avoid “see through”
40 GSM Paper (Finland)
Smyth Sewn
Double Column, Paragraph format
Italics for supplied words
Black letter text (chapter numbers, headers and page number in red)
More than 95,000 entry cross references and about 17,000 translation footnotes
Presentation and Family History Pages
Schuyler Maps
3 gold ribbons
Art-Gilt edging (red under gold) with gilt line (gold line inside the cover)
32 pages of lined note paper in the back


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Weight 5 lbs

4 reviews for Schuyler Wide Margin Quentel NASB, Antique Marble Brown Goatskin Bible

  1. Nathan Keel (verified owner)

    Love the paper on Schuyler’s wide margins. They are perfect for taking notes. Everything about this Bible is premium. The goatskin in this colorway is very good looking and people will notice! The 1995 NASB is a very good translation and everyone should have one.

  2. Paul G (verified owner)

    The high quality of this Bible is apparent as soon as you open the box and feel the soft and supple goatskin cover and smooth inside lining. The Bible is very solid and looks beautiful. The real test though, is the quality of the paper and print. Here, the Bible mostly excels, but there is some room for improvement. The soft white paper is pleasing to look at. It is listed at 40 gsm. The 9.5 size font is easily legible, although I wish the print was a tad darker. There is some ghosting but the line matched text makes it bearable. Writing with a pigma micron pen in the margin produced light ghosting on the other side, but no bleed through. The margins are generous on all sides. While I would’ve preferred a verse by verse format, the verse numbers are in bold, making it easier to find a verse. While this is a paragraph format Bible, some books, like Psalms and Proverbs, are in verse by verse format. Some parts of other books, such as Job, Isaiah, and Jeremiah to name a few, also have verse by verse sections, depending on the type of literature. The Bible contains all the translators’ notes and an extensive number of cross references, which is very useful for study. One minor quibble is that some of the cross references are misaligned. While this doesn’t affect readability, it shouldn’t occur in a premium Bible. The bold chapter numbers in red make it easy to find a chapter, and section titles are capitalized, also very helpful. The 15 pages of maps and one chart of the Kings are very well done. Included is the helpful but rare index to the maps. However, the index is condensed into 4 columns per page, on 3 pages. This makes the print very small. They could’ve put 3 columns per page in a larger font over 4 pages, especially since the fourth page is blank. This would improve readability greatly. The other distraction is that the page numbers in the index are an inconsistent font size, thus some page numbers are noticeably smaller than others. There was also at least one locality out of alphabetical order in the index. Combined, these show a lack of quality control. There are two other things that could be improved. The page numbers and Bible book at the top of each page are in red, but the font is small. The Bible book, while capitalized, is in a smaller font than the Bible text itself. It doesn’t make sense as there is plenty of room at the top to enlarge and bold the font so one can easily tell which book of the Bible they are in. The biggest need for improvement is the Concordance. While it has a decent number of entries, it, like the map index, is squeezed into 4 columns per page. The result is print so tiny that only someone with excellent vision can possibly read it. The verse numbers in the Concordance are in red, which makes it even harder. Every other Bible I have seen uses only 2 – 3 columns, so why Schuyler chose 4 is a mystery. Overall, it is obvious a lot of work was done to make a solidly constructed and beautiful Bible. But a star is deducted due to the readability issues and lack of quality control in certain areas. Thankfully, these are things that can be fixed in a future edition.

  3. Brad Lindblad (verified owner)

    I have the personal size quentel NASB and I love it, but wanted a larger wide margin bible to take notes in. This is the perfect bible for that, the pages are thick, and the leather is beautiful.

  4. Ann Crossman (verified owner)

    I received the Schuyler Wide Margin Quentel NASB yesterday. It is a beautiful Bible, but more than that is the layout of the Bible which makes it a wonderful reference. I generally study with at least 3 translations and this NASB in this format is a welcome substitution to the group. Thanks so much. It was a great surprise received yesterday in the middle of a hectic day.

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