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KJV Pocket Imitation Leather Purple
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KJV Pocket Imitation Leather Purple

Cambridge University Press
Language: English
ISBN: 9780521146036
Item #: BK-CKPIP

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The KJV Pocket Reference Bible is a new addition to the Cambridge catalog but it actually r...
The KJV Pocket Reference Bible is a new addition to the Cambridge catalog but it actually represents a familiar edition--the elegant KJV Pitt Minion--in a very compact and portable format. It includes the Old and New Testaments, supported by the Cambridge bold-figure cross-references, together with a pronunciation guide and glossary.
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KJV Pocket Reference Edition:

  • Imitation Leather, Purple
  • Bible Paper
  • Red-Letter
  • Text Bold-Figure
  • Cross-References
  • Silver Edges
  • Presentation Page
  • Ribbon Marker
  • Pronunciation
  • Guide Glossary
  • Page Size: 3(5/8) x 5(1/8)
The KJV Pocket Reference Bible is a new addition to the Cambridge catalog but it actually represents a familiar edition-the elegant KJV Pitt Minion--in a very compact and portable format. It includes the Old and New Testaments, supported by the Cambridge bold-figure cross-references, together with a pronunciation guide and glossary.
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