Coming Soon – Cambridge Pitt Minion in KJV

Releasing January 2013, the King James Edition Pitt Minion will be available in Black Imitation, Brown Calf Split, and Black or Brown Goatskin.

Here’s the information from Baker Publishing:

A combination of skilled design and the use of a remarkably compact typeface lead to acclaim for the Pitt Minion format in achieving the difficult feat of being both easy to carry and easy to read. The first Pitt Minions were only available in the King James Version but in recent years Cambridge has developed the original concept by creating new Pitt Minion Bibles in a range of modern translations. These are produced using a special digital font which has similar characteristics of compactness and readability to the original typeface.

Now, the KJV Pitt Minion Edition has been freshly typeset using this modern font and current layout, which presents the text in paragraph format. The Bible text is supported by a Reader’s Companion (a cross between a concordance and a dictionary) and 15 newly designed color maps.

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  1. Susan Cowan

    Is this a reference Bible? Is it available with the Apocrypha included? When is the actual publication date?

    Thank you for any information you can give me.


    • Randy B

      Hi Susan. This is a reference Bible. I don’t think it’s available with the Apocrypha. I’m not sure if they’re planning it or not. The original release date was January 2013, but it actually released a month early. I don’t remember the actual date, but it was somewhere around the first or second week of Dec. 2012.

      Here’s the review:

      2nd Edition Cambridge Pitt Minion KJV

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