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KJV Lectern Bible, Burgundy Goatskin Leather over Boards, KJ986:XB

KJV Lectern Bible, Burgundy Goatskin Leather over Boards, KJ986:XB

  • Date Published: April 1993
  • availability: Available
  • format: Leather / fine binding
  • isbn: 9780521508223

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  • The KJV Lectern Edition encapsulates all of the facets of craft production traditionally associated with Cambridge. It has been specifically designed for public reading and would make an exceptional gift for a church. This edition features black-letter text and cross-references throughout. It also includes the 'Translators' Preface to the Reader' of 1611 and a presentation page. It comes in a presentation box. Cambridge's goatskin bindings are made with the highest quality leather and are handsomely finished with art-gilt edges and a gilt line inside the cover.

    • large print for ease of reading
    • attractive cream paper
    • reinforced binding and hard covers for durability
    • two ribbons to mark both Old and New Testament readings
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    • Date Published: April 1993
    • format: Leather / fine binding
    • isbn: 9780521508223
    • length: 1165 pages
    • dimensions: 325 x 272 x 112 mm
    • weight: 5.64kg
    • availability: Available

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