Cambridge Wide Margin Bibles Video Review


A look at Cambridge’s line of wide margin Bibles.

Features include:

  • 38gsm writable paper
  • around 8-point font
  • wide margins on all four sides
  • note paper in the back
  • elegant bindings
  • matches regular editions to make a great combo

The KJV is a wide margin version of the popular Concord. It’s black letter and is available in goatskin and calfsplit.

The NKJV, ESV, NIV, and NASB are upscaled versions of the Pitt Minion line. They’re red letter and are available in goatskin, calfsplit, and hardcover editions.

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  1. Alexanderthomson

    I had four of these, but had to give them away. The font is simply too small! I had a conversation with Cambridge, which admitted that the font should have been larger. When I asked why, for a desk/study Bible, the obvious solution of a larger font in an A4 page had not been adopted, I was told that what they and I agreed was the obvious size was not acceptable to the majority of users!!

    • Larry H.

      Let me guess. Cambridge is not going to do a thing in the world about it are they? Just like they were too lazy to retypset the Turquoise and fix all the runtogetherwords.

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