2K/DENMARK
  BibleDesignBlog reviewing the Schuyler Canterbury:   "The Canterbury continues the fruitful partnership of  Schuyler  as publisher,  2K/Denmark  as designer, and  Royal Jongbloed  as printer. Together, they have made a number of beautifully designed and beautifully printed editions, some of the best production Bibles available."

Schuyler Canterbury KJV

bible design, typesetting

The Schuyler Canterbury KJV is a remarkable Bible designed and typeset by 2K/ for the acclaimed publisher of luxury Bibles, Schuyler

All photos by courtesy of J. Mark Bertrand from BibleDesignBlog.com.
Find his review of this Bible here.

  BibleDesignBlog reviewing the Schuyler Canterbury:   "The Canterbury continues the fruitful partnership of  Schuyler  as publisher,  2K/Denmark  as designer, and  Royal Jongbloed  as printer. Together, they have made a number of beautifully designed and beautifully printed editions, some of the best production Bibles available."

BibleDesignBlog reviewing the Schuyler Canterbury:
"The Canterbury continues the fruitful partnership of Schuyler as publisher, 2K/Denmark as designer, and Royal Jongbloed as printer. Together, they have made a number of beautifully designed and beautifully printed editions, some of the best production Bibles available."

 The Canterbury KJV is available in the following bindings:  Goatskin : Black, Dark Brown, Dark Purple, Imperial Blue  Calfskin : Black, Dark Brown, Forest Green, Dark Red

The Canterbury KJV is available in the following bindings:
Goatskin: Black, Dark Brown, Dark Purple, Imperial Blue
Calfskin: Black, Dark Brown, Forest Green, Dark Red

 Page size: 155,6 x 231,8 mm Textblock bulk: 35 mm Art Gilt Edging (red under gold) Gold Foil Spine Stamping Raised Spine Ridges 3 Ribbon Markers

Page size: 155,6 x 231,8 mm
Textblock bulk: 35 mm
Art Gilt Edging (red under gold)
Gold Foil Spine Stamping
Raised Spine Ridges
3 Ribbon Markers

 36 GSM Paper, Font: 11 pt. Milo Double Column, Verse-by-Verse format

36 GSM Paper, Font: 11 pt. Milo
Double Column, Verse-by-Verse format

 Line Matching to avoid ghosting/“see through”

Line Matching to avoid ghosting/“see through”

 Ornamental Drop Caps

Ornamental Drop Caps

 Single Column, Verse-by-Verse format for Psalms

Single Column, Verse-by-Verse format for Psalms

  BibleDesignBlog reviewing the Canterbury :  "The Canterbury is not a reproduction of the classic King James Bible so much as an fresh interpretation of what it might have been. What if the classic typeset had been cleaner, more readable, and the poetry had been set as such? What if the page design had captured some of the ancient grandeur of the translation itself? The result is an edition that looks very traditional at first glance — at points it wants to out-classic the classic — and yet reveals itself with use to be a subtle, respectful improvement."

BibleDesignBlog reviewing the Canterbury:
"The Canterbury is not a reproduction of the classic King James Bible so much as an fresh interpretation of what it might have been. What if the classic typeset had been cleaner, more readable, and the poetry had been set as such? What if the page design had captured some of the ancient grandeur of the translation itself? The result is an edition that looks very traditional at first glance — at points it wants to out-classic the classic — and yet reveals itself with use to be a subtle, respectful improvement."

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