A Cambridge Clarion edition represents an unusual and attractive combination of features?a very readable text in a paragraph style, with a single-column layout all within a personal size reference Bible format. Here, the NKJV text is presented in a single column with the cross-references in the outer margin, giving the page a very well laid out appearance. The font size is a little under 9 point with generous line spacing. It is typeset in Lexicon No.1, a modern digital font which has many of the characteristics usually associated with traditional Bible typefaces – in particular, a degree of readability more usually associated with much larger type. The Bible has 15 new colour maps and a concordance. There are two ribbons to keep the place in different parts of the Bible. This is a Bible of the very highest quality, printed on India paper with art-gilt edges, Smyth-sewn for flexibility and endurance, and bound in black goatskin leather, edge-lined for extra suppleness.
– readable text in a compact, hand size Bible
– side-column references
– new maps
– edge-lined for extra suppleness
– black goatskin leather