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This new Bible expands the KJV Pocket Cross-Reference Edition with a new leather binding style featuring a thumb index, a traditional but uncommon device for navigating the Bible. The KJV Pocket Reference Bible has a very compact and portable format. It has Cambridge bold-figure cross-references, a pronunciation guide and glossary. The Bible has a sewn book block, allowing it to open flat. It is bound in black French Morocco leather and has a ribbon marker and gilt page edges.Read more
- thumb index for signposting the Books of the Bible
- black French Morocco leather
- small and compact reference Bible
15th Aug 2014 by Davidegg
Excellent edition of New testament. As always Cambridge edition bibles are the finest bibles made and will last a lifetime if properly taken care ofSee all reviews
08th Jun 2016 by Yeah1
Very compact duplicate of KJV cameo version just with smaller text. Unless you are nearsighted or under 40 you might need reading glasses. A very high quality KJV for the size. Opaque pages with no bleeding over from back of page. I bought the indexed zippler-less version. I am very happy with my purchase and all qualities associated and expected with Cambridge Bibles are present in this edition.
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- Date Published: September 2012
- format: Leather / fine binding
- isbn: 9781107032729
- length: 998 pages
- dimensions: 150 x 103 x 27 mm
- weight: 0.28kg
- availability: Temporarily unavailable - no date available
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