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Bound in top-quality goatskin leather, this KJV Bible represents superlative quality for the most discerning Bible customers. The Concord Reference Edition offers a wealth of reference material - a glossary, concordance, dictionary of names and phrases, color maps and gazetteer. Bold-figure cross-references link passages of the text without cluttering the page. This style features black-letter text. In addition, a presentation page and family record, India paper, art-gilt edges, ribbon markers and a goatskin leather binding - edge-lined for maximum flexibility - make this an outstanding Bible.Read more
- top-quality goatskin leather, edge-lined
- black-letter text
- bold-figure cross-reference system
- presentation page and family record section
02nd Jul 2016 by Derekyee
The Concord KJV is one of Cambridge's flagship Bibles. It is a good hand-sized Bible, yet the clear typesetting with the center column reference system makes it a joy to read. The India paper is opaque yet thin, keeping this Bible a very manageable size. I appreciate the plethora of reference materials when studying from this Bible. Cambridge's soft and supple goatskin and the art-gilt edges make this a beautifully appointed Bible. The only thing I wish was different would be to have it fully leather-lined. The polyurethane liner has a bit of a shiny finish that looks unnatural.
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- Date Published: April 2007
- format: Leather / fine binding
- isbn: 9780521707961
- length: 1532 pages
- dimensions: 232 x 168 x 41 mm
- weight: 0.92kg
- contains: 15 maps
- availability: In stock
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