Saturday, 21 August 2010

Cambridge Cameo Bible

We have just received into stock the new editions of the famous and much loved Cameo Reference Bibles by Cambridge University Press.

The beauty of the Cambridge Cameo Bible is its solution to the age-old problem of providing readable type in a book of manageable size. The Cameo was originally produced in the 1920s for letterpress printing and is now re-issued in response to continued consumer interest, in a new range of binding styles.

The print image has been enhanced, so while the text has the same familiar layout and the original Petit Medieval Clarendon type, it is now sharper than in recent printings.

There is a new range of binding styles. Top of the range is the goatskin Bible, with art-gilt edges as well as a superb edge-lined goatskin cover.

All the Bibles have a concordance and 15 colour maps. The text has pronunciation marks and red-letter text.

  • India paper
  • 15 colour maps
  • red-letter text
  • two ribbon markers
  • concordance
  • gilt or art-gilt edges
  • pronunciation mark
Sample text

Four bindings available:
KJV Black Imitation Leather
KJV Brown Calfskin Leather
KJV Black Calf split Leather
KJV Black Goatskin Leather

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