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Return of the Cambridge Turquoise

Photo from Evangelical Bible

The Turquoise is back, and Schuyler Bibles has joined with Cambridge to produce exclusive editions in blue or brown goatskin. It will also be available in black goatskin or calfsplit.

Here’s the list of features from Evangelical Bible:

Features include: (more info. found with each Bible)

Red under gold art gilt (blue under gold for the blue goatskin)
Full leather linings for the black, blue and brown goatskin editions.  Paste off for the calfsplit.
Two ribbons
Red-letter text
28 gsm Indopaque paper
Translator’s Preface
Pronunciation marks
Italics for inserted words
References and concordance
Family record section and presentation page
Map section
Smyth Sewn

Typography: 10/11 point Antique Old Style No. 3

Page size: 9.2′ x 6′ x 1.3′ (234 mm x 152 mm x 32 mm)

The Turquoise is available for pre-order. Visit the pre-order page for more photos. Be sure to watch for our review coming soon.

 

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Randy A Brown

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2 Comments

  1. Nathan

    Evangelical Bible does say that the blue and brown will be limited. Order quick! It’s good to see Cambridge dressed in something besides black or brown. They could once again compete for king of the hill if they would just continue this trend and introduce either a Concord or Cameo version of the NASB/ESV/NIV/NKJV. The Concord is a wonderful Bible to read, and it’s format would be fantastic to template. It seams that outside of the KJV, all of their Bibles are extremes. The Pitt Minion is micro small, The wide margins are huge, and the Clarion looks nice but has paper so thin it is a curling nightmare in the wintertime. Long ramble… Cambridge, do more of this! Try green!

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    • Randy A Brown

      Excellent idea Nathan! It would be amazing to have the Concord and Cameo available in multiple translations and in different colors. Those are some of my favorite styles and sizes, and I’m kind of partial to the dark fonts.

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