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This review is from: KJV Concord Reference Bible (Black Goatskin) (Leather Bound)
Let me just say I have a bit of a problem. I have bibles, lots of them. I might have found what I would call the holy grail of bibles. The leather on this bible is fantastic, much nicer than any of the calfskin bibles that I have. Oh, the soft subtle smell of a leather bible. It looks like someone knew what they were doing when they made this bible. The paper is beautiful and I love the refrence system of this bible. No little numbers in the text to annoy or distract you. The refrence system in this bible should be used in all bibles. The size is perfect for me not to small as to get lost and big enough to fit comfortable in the hand. The font and type is clear and dark. So far the only thing I have found wrong is in the back in the bible dictionary, some of the words seem to be a little washed out or the type is not as dark as the rest of the bible. This is the first bible that I have actually felt like I got what I paid for. I would recommend this bible to anyone.
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Initial post: Dec 29, 2006 6:16:43 AM PST
I would have to agree with you on your review of Cambridge Bibles in general. There are none that even comes close to the beauty, quality, and craftsmanship.
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 8, 2008 8:46:17 AM PST
S Donahue says:
Yes there is. Allen Bibles of Glasgow.
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