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The Bible has inspired people and peoples for millennia and is still the most read book in the world, an estimate, even if partial, indicates that they have been printed 3900 million copies, I hope you have at least one of these in your library. The name Edelberg is formed by the word Edelweiss, alpine flower symbol of Switzerland par excellence, and the name Gutenberg, a typographer who in 1400 invented the movable type printing and as the first print printed the Bible, some original copies of the Gutenberg Bible are still available and can be seen in various parts of the world. One of our dear friends, Mike Margolis, loves the Bible very much, and like the ancient kings of Israel, they had to do a phenomenal work, rewrite the whole Bible by hand in Moleskin ... this work is complete and we are honored to know that his favorite fountain has just been an EDELBERG TACHY SCHWARZ ... evidently he writes just fine, and above all it is a pen ... blessed! Thanks Mike for your work and to promote the reading of this unique and inimitable book!

The Bible has inspired people and peoples for millennia and is still the most read book in the world, an estimate, even if partial, indicates that they have been printed 3900 million copies, I hope you have at least one of these in your library. The name Edelberg is formed by the word Edelweiss, alpine flower symbol of Switzerland par excellence, and the name Gutenberg, a typographer who in 1400 invented the movable type printing and as the first print printed the Bible, some original copies of the Gutenberg Bible are still available and can be seen in various parts of the world. One of our dear friends, Mike Margolis, loves the Bible very much, and like the ancient kings of Israel, they had to do a phenomenal work, rewrite the whole Bible by hand in Moleskin ... this work is complete and we are honored to know that his favorite fountain has just been an EDELBERG TACHY SCHWARZ ... evidently he writes just fine, and above all it is a pen ... blessed! Thanks Mike for your work and to promote the reading of this unique and inimitable book!