New From Cambridge – NKJV Wide-Margin Reference, Calf Split Leather, black

Cambridge has released their NKJV wide-margin edition in calf-split leather (which is better than French Morocco and not as expensive as calfskin).

Cambridge wide-margin Bibles are designed for careful Bible study. The text features cross-references and is supplemented by maps and a concordance. The paper is specially selected for ease of writing, and the page margins are wide enough for personal notes. There is a section of ruled pages for additional note taking, and the Bible has two ribbon markers and a presentation page. As with all Cambridge Bibles, the pages are sewn for durability and flexibility. This new Bible is bound in black calf-split leather, a superior grade to the previously available French Morocco leather and an economical alternative to calfskin.

 

604121: NKJV Wide-Margin Reference, Calf Split Leather, black NKJV Wide-Margin Reference, Calf Split Leather, black

 

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Randy A Brown

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2 Comments

  1. Betsy

    Hello!
    II’m wondering how durable this binding is in comparison to the goatskin binding. I like the way the calfsplit seems to lay a bit flatter when open, because of the lack of a hinge, plus it’s not as floppy as goatskin. Now that you’ve had this a while, how is it holding up? I just worry with non edge lined bindings that they will eventually split and pull away from the cover.

    Thanks in advance,
    Betsy

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    • Randy A Brown

      Hi Betsy. The goatskin will last longer but the calfsplit holds up really well. Mine doesn’t get used as often as I’d like because I review so many, but I think it will last several years of good use. The textblock doesn’t feel too heavy for the cover (if that makes sense). This one is my favorite cover between the two.

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