One of my best selling brand of Bibles is my Cambridge Bibles. We carry both new and slightly hurt editions. There is a particular series of Cambridge Bibles called the “Pitt Minion”. I am often asked why is it called “Pitt Minion?” Here is the answer:
The Pitt Building, built to house the Press and named after William Pitt, Prime Minister of Britain and Member of Parliament for Cambridge University, lent the name to series of Pitt Press publications from the nineteenth century onwards. Minion is a traditional term for a type size of approximately 7 point, giving text of about 10-11 lines to the inch.
These are beautiful Bibles with a compact size and the goatskin cover, in particular, is gorgeous. Pictured below is the box cover for the NKJV Pitt Minion goatskin edtion.