Here are some really cool ways to have your Bible rebound, definitely “out of the box.” All rebindings come complete with “Holy Bible” on the spine or face (if the material is imprintable), one ribbon marker, and new leatherette end pages.
These prices are assuming your Bible has an intact sewn binding. If the pages are falling out or the binding is glued, we would need to repair that with cord insertion ($22.00). Can’t tell? See our blog post.
19th Century Circuit Rider Style Bible
This is one of our coolest styles, in glossy chocolate soft-tanned goatskin, with a tab closure replicating the real antique look, and hand-marbled end pages. Check out our Circuit Rider Style and the rest of our Leonard’s Specialty Styles. (Okay, maybe it’s traditional, but it’s been a l-o-n-g time!)
Hand-Dyed Spindled Rustic Goatskin
Here are the colors we use to hand-dye the rustic goatskin. Please remember that the colors and shades vary from cover to cover. Each one is its own work of art and it may not look exactly like someone else’s.
“Drum-stuffed,” hand-dyed, antiqued leather made from government-culled imported Australian kangaroos. This is a firmer leather, but is easy to tool and stamp. It has a wonderful smooth grain and leather smell.
Note: Kangaroo needs to be special-ordered and paid in advance. Available in hand-dyed shades of Medium to Dark Brown. This comes with a rope style border tooling and two ribbons.
If it were really alligator, it would cost a lot more. But you can impress your friends with a really cool grain on your Bible at calfskin prices. Available in a glossy brown or black calfskin, as well as matte brown or Hornback cowhide. How would anyone mistake your Bible for theirs?