Category: Cambridge

Cambridge’s Custom Manufacturing Program

Cambridge has an interesting program where they will custom manufacture Bibles for your organization. They can customize Bibles such as the Cameo, Concord, Clarion, Pitt Minion, and even wide margin Bibles. Customizations include: cover blocking (logo or name) cover material or color number and color of ribbons and head/tail bands presentation pages branded packaging extra material in the front or back For more information contact Valarie Guagnini @ (212) 337-6538 (800) 221-4512 e-mail: vguagnini at Here’s Valarie with more information:

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ICRS – The Cambridge Booth

Cambridge had a booth this time around, and just as I hoped, the NIV Clarion was prominently displayed (review coming soon). I saw it in both calfsplit and goatskin and both were amazing. I loved being able to hold Bibles that I haven’t seen in person. For example, the Concord Wide Margin in goatskin. This Bible isn’t as difficult to handle as I expected and now I kind of want one. A lot. They have several interesting programs including an NRSV in giant print that’s print-on-demand and their custom Bible program where they will build Bibles for your organization...

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Cambridge Concord KJV Bible in Goatskin

I’ve already taken a look at the features of the Concord. Rather than reiterate what I’ve already discussed, I want to look at what makes this one different. So in this review I’ll focus on the cover, paper, print quality, art-gilt, and maps, and show how they compare to the previous editions that I’ve reviewed. This edition is model KJ566:XE, ISBN 9780521707961 For reference, here are the Concord reviews in the order they were published including their model numbers to help compare the differences: Wide Margin in French Morocco  Calf Split with red-letter and thumb-index – model KJ563:XRI Calf...

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