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Item description for KJV Bible Large Print Bible-Black Genuine Leather
Zipper, Indexed by C D Stampley Enterprises...
Overview This deluxe KJV Bible from Stampley, publisher of the "World's Most Beauitful Bibles," features thumb indexing, the popular Metcalf study helps, and a large print typesetting with the words of Christ in red. It is handsomely bound in a genuine leather zippered case to preserve it for years of prayerful study.
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Format: Large Print
Studio: C. D. Stampley Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6.7" Height: 1.6" Weight: 2.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2006
ISBN 1580870732 ISBN13 9781580870733
Bible Binding: Genuine Leather Closure: Zipper Color: Black Point/Type Size: 12.00 Version: KJV Indexed: Yes - Comes Indexed Giant: Yes - Giant Type Print
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More About C D Stampley Enterprises
Stampley, established in 1940, is known throughout the world for its children's books, reference books, and its "World's Most Beautiful Bibles" published in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
C D Stampley Enterprises currently resides in Charlotte.
Reviews - What do customers think about KJV Bible Large Print Bible-Black Genuine Leather
Zipper, Indexed ?
Printing quality can be improved Jan 6, 2007
The design of this bible is good. Handy, large in print, genuine leather cover with zipper for protection. It is supposed to be perfect for carrying to church (vs heavy duty version of study bible for home use).
However, the quality control of printing can definitely be improved. Throughout the whole printing, fonts color vary from dark to lighter by page, while the red print not really in red but closed to orange. Because its tones varies (not supposed to be), when it is in orange, the lighter color make it little difficult to read.
I think the publisher should have better control/supervision of quality when printing.