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KJV Concord Reference Bible - Red Letter Edition (Cambridge)

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Vendor:
Cambridge
Dimensions:
6 x 8-3/4 x 1-1/4"
Words of Christ in Red:
Yes
Number of Pages:
1530
Font Size:
8pt
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$175.00 - $270.00
$106.50 - $175.00

Description

The KJV Concord Reference Bible is an extremely popular KJV Reference Bible from Cambridge. The highly regarded Concord text is complemented by the innovative Cambridge Bold Figure Cross-Reference system, which is extremely easy to use and dispenses with distracting note indicators within the text. This special edition from Cambridge University Press also features Red Letter Text.

In addition to one of the most advanced Cross-Reference Systems available, the Bible text itself features pronunciation marks and topical sub-headings, while back of the bible features include a Glossary, Concordance, and Full-Color Cambridge Bible Maps.

Split Calfskin Leather Edition:
The Bible is bound in black calf split leather. Calf split is a superior grade to French Morocco leather, tanned to approach the quality and feel of full-grain calfskin leather. The Bible has two ribbon markers and is handsomely finished with red and gold head-and tail-bands as well as Gilt Edges.  Cambridge Non-Indexed ISBN: 9781107602656, Cambridge Indexed ISBN: 9781107602663

Goatskin Leather Edition:
This special Bible, for the discerning Bible scholar, offers the much admired Concord text in a superlative flexible black goatskin leather binding, and is edge-lined with Imitation Leather (as only the best bible publishers in the world still do). It is printed on a smooth, opaque and resilient paper with Art-Gilt Edges, and includes two ribbon markers to help find the reader's place.  Cambridge ISBN: 9780521512978

Both editions also include the original 1611 King James Version, "The Translators to the Reader." This preface is usually omitted from modern printings but it offers a fascinating account of how this most magnificent English translation of the ancient texts evolved.

Features:
- Split Calfskin: Gilt Page Edges and India / Bible paper
- Goatskin: Edge-Lined with Imitation Leather, Art-Gilt Page Edges, and Opaque India / Bible paper
- Smyth-Sewn Pages for Flexibility
- Medium to Full Carrying Size at 6 x 8-3/4 x 1-1/4"
- Cambridge Bold Figure Cross-Reference System
- Words of Christ in Red
- Presentation Page
- 6 Page Family Record Section
- Translator's Preface to King James / Epistle Dedicatory
- 1611 Preface "The Translators to the Reader"
- Two Ribbon Markers
- Pronunciation Marks
- Topical Sub-Headings
- A Short Glossary of Biblical Usage
- 135 Page Concordance to the Old and New Testaments
- 128 Page Concise Bible Dictionary
- 15 Full-Color Cambridge Bible Maps
- Pure KJV Text

***Fits Deluxe Genuine Leather Bible Cover size L.

Cambridge Leather Definitions:

Split Calfskin Leather
A superior grade to French Morocco leather, tanned to approach the quality and feel of full-grain calfskin leather.

Goatskin Leather
A superlative flexible black goatskin leather binding, edge-lined with Imitation Leather made of only the most resilient, top-quality, natural grain leather that is only used in the finest bindings.

Cambridge Bold Figure Cross-Reference System:
The Cambridge Bold Figure Cross-Reference System provides a reference Bible with a clean text for reading and an easily accessible and unambiguous system of references. There are no distracting letters or numbers in the Bible text itself.

The guides to the cross-references in this Bible take the form of bold-face numbers set on each side of the central-reference column. These indicate the verse to which the reference applies: the bold-face numbers on the left of the column refer to verses in the left-hand column of text, those on the right refer to verses in the right-hand column. A full stop separates references that apply to different parts of the same verse.

Alternative readings in the central reference column are preceded by the key word(s) of the text. Where it is necessary to abbreviate these key words, an ellipsis of three dots is used.

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