TBS KJV Windsor Text Bible, Black Calfskin

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SKU: 9781862283367 (25/UBK


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Sample .pdf of interior.

Authorised (King James) Version
Standard text Bible without references
Thickness: 25mm (1″)
Page size: 190 x 133mm (7½”x 5¼”)
Medium print: 9.6 point

Bible Features:
Good clear print
Quality sewn binding
Bible paper
Gift presentation box for luxury editions
Black text throughout
Two marker ribbons
Gilt page edges on luxury editions
Semi-yapp page protection
Decorative head & tail bands

Bible Contents:
Gift presentation page
The Epistle Dedicatory
List of pronunciation of words and proper names
Bible word List
Daily Bible reading plan




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Weight 3 lbs

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17 reviews for TBS KJV Windsor Text Bible, Black Calfskin

  1. Jeremiah B Shewcraft (verified owner)

    Roughly three years ago, I purchased a zippered format version of this same bible, which turned out to be one of my favorite bibles I have ever purchased. Even tot he point of being preferred above my premium bibles. However, this is not the same. I’m not sure if it has to do with the fact that the previous version was zippered, and this one is not, but I am disappointed.

    First and foremost, the printing is done is Belarus, not the Netherlands. Secondly, for some reason they decided to add maps, which aren’t that great to look at, in fact they are quite poorly executed. They feel more like a obligatory addition with little attention put into them, if anything. Also, I am not sure that I have ever seen such poorly executed corners on a bible in my life. Last, there are scriptures added to the first three cardstock pages of the bible, which is really pointless and tacky. The previous versions were amazing. Just why?

  2. bruce.r.stanley (verified owner)

    I bought this Bible for travel. It is compact enough to pack easily and fit into a small bag, yet it is large enough for a comfortable read. The cover is a sturdy leather, which I feel better protects the print block at the spine compared to my aging Nelson which has a soft lambskin cover. I also appreciate the discrete labeling of the TBS, on the spine only, and black letter print makes it less obviously a Bible with New Testament. This matters for me as I find I am spending more time traveling to and in Israel, and discretion is respectful when training about.
    The print setting is very comfortable, it reads larger than specified. I haven’t much cared for the new digital printing of Bibles, but the TBS layout, font and size changed my mind to how good a digital rendition can be. The layout is clean and modern, yet still has a bit of the feel I get from the older printings, which to me, are honoring. The ivory paper is without glare and comfortable. I also like that the text is not self pronouncing. No references, no notes, no maps. The matter in the back of the Bible is only a little more than 50 pages, so it adds minimally to the thickness of the block. Two black ribbons, appropriately discrete.
    I’m very happy with the TBS. Actually, I’m very impressed with the TBS. Their care and focus on The Word is clear.

  3. Paul

    Update…..posted wrong link. Sorry. Click below for actual video. Thank you and God bless.

  4. Paul

    This is the bible Cambridge Should have made!
    TBS and Royal Jongbloed of actually outdone Cambridge. This blows the Cambridge Emerald out of the water and is closer to the Concord. $48!! You cannot beat the quality for the price. For a visual review go here…..

  5. shumwayshack (verified owner)

    The paper is gorgeous! Nice and heavy, smooth and creamy. Some of the nicest paper I’ve ever seen from Jongbloed. The print is dark, bold and very easy to read. The leather is stiff at first but breaks in very similar to Cambridge calf split leather. It’s the perfect size to carry anywhere and is the best bang for your buck. Very sturdy. Trinitarian Bible society Bibles are a hidden treasure. I couldn’t be happier.

  6. Truck (verified owner)

    It opens flat out of the box. It is exceptionally easy to read for the size. There is nothing to distract from the word – no reference marks, no footnotes, no red letters. Just the word of God with a helpful dictionary in the back. The paper is excellent with no ghosting that I can see. From what I can tell it’s the same paper, font, and design as the Westminster – just without the references, chapter summaries, and side margin word definitions. The word definitions are in the back instead of directly in the book. Excellent companion to the Westminster, and probably the best ~$35 Bible you can buy today.

  7. Jeff Richard Young

    I like my TBS Windsor Text KJV very much! Here are the features I appreciate:
    -It is nice, but not fancy; good quality, but now showy
    -The font/paper combination is so good that it “reads bigger” than the font size
    -There is no cross emblem, and the TBS emblem is very small and subtle
    -Added headings are out of the way at the top of the page, and do not interrupt the actual text. (Not having added headings at all would suit me even better.)
    -There are no references or notes, leaving a very clean page of bible text.
    Because of the readable print, compact overall size, and low price, this is becoming my most-used bible.

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