Personal Bibles

We can repair, restore and customize any personal Bible to your specifications.

Read below for details about our process.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much will it cost to have my Bible rebound in leather?

Most Bibles average between $100-$200. The cost depends on the type of leather you choose and the amount of repair that needs to be done to the text.

 

How long does it take?

Once we start your Bible, we try to finish within 10-12 business days.

 

How do I get it to you?

We devote roughly one week of every month to rebinding and repairing Bibles. If you know which month you would like to have the work done, then just call or email us to get on the wait list for that month. We will contact you to bring your Bible in a few days before we start. When you bring it in, you will make decisions on colors of leather, endsheets, ribbons, extra note pages, and printing.  We require a 50% deposit at this time. If you do not live in Northwest Arkansas, you can ship your Bible directly to us at
PO Box 59 
Farmington, AR 72730.  
Don’t forget to include your name and phone number with your Bible. Also, Please email us when you ship it so we can be sure to go to PO Box.
We will call you when we receive your Bible to discuss options.
 

I have my great-grandmothers personal Bible and I’d like to restore it so that it still retains the character of the old Bible but with all of the structural integrity of a new cover. Is this possible?

Absolutely. We love to retain the character when possible of beloved family heirlooms. In this case, we generally try to salvage the old cover and mount it onto the new cover. With a little wax and dye this can be a very pleasing restoration. There are other possible treatments that we explore on a case by case basis.

My Bible is in awful condition, is it possible to fix it?

Yes. We can fix virtually anything. 

If it’s cheaper to buy a new Bible, then why fix mine?

It definitely is cheaper to buy a new Bible; and if you are not sentimentally attached to your Bible, then it is sometimes preferable. However, investing in your current Bible is almost always the better option if you plan on using it long term. The materials we use are of the highest quality and will give you a lifetime of usability.

 

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