Definitions for "Reproductions"
Keywords:  scott, imitate, emptor, caveat, duly
A copy of any original button made after the time of the election. We will never sell reproductions knowingly.
official imitations. Examples: Scott 3 and 4.
A print is called a reproduction if it has been made by someone other than the original artist of the conceptual design. A reproductive print often passes through a series of reproductive processes such as a lithographic print of a photograph of an oil painting. Nowadays some artists are a willing party to putting out a limited edition of such a sequence, which are also duly signed and numbered. The rules concerning "originals" and "reproductions" are often bent and expanded, so it is definitely a case of caveat emptor. The best way to distinguish between "originals" and "reproductions" is to arm yourself with knowledge and experience.