A literary work edited and published, as by a certain editor or in a certain manner; as, a good edition of Chaucer; Chalmers' edition of Shakespeare.
The whole number of copies of a work printed and published at one time; as, the first edition was soon sold.
A single printing of a book (or print). An edition can be of differing numbers but includes only the objects printed at a particular moment (and usually pulled from the same press by the same publisher).
A set of numbered, signed prints of a work.
The quantity produced during a print run. Often applied to signed fine-art prints of a limited run.
A group of books printed from the same set of plates, which refer to the entire number of books produced at a particular time and place. Editions can have more than one printing. If a certain number of copies are printed on one date, and an additional number of copies are printed from the same plates at a later date, all copies are part of the same edition, but are considered different printings.
All copies of a book printed from the same plates or setting up of type.
Modern publishing uses the term to mean each time they reissue a title. In the old days of hand press printing it meant each occasion that they used a new set of type.
an edition is a limitation on the number of copies in which a work is produced. in printing, the edition refers to the number of prints that are produced from a single surface. in photography, the edition refers to the number of prints of a photograph that are produced from a single negative. in sculpture, the edition refers to the number of pieces produced using the same form. in design, the edition refers to the number of pieces produced of a certain model. the edition of a specific work is traditionally noted in the form of a fraction, with the numerator is that particular work's sequential number in the series, and the denominator is the number of total pieces in the edition. if only one work is produced, the edition is considered unique.
Painos Upplaga Number of copies in a newspaper or magazine print run
Sub-versions within a given magazine issue's print run and distribution. For example, a magazine may have separate editions for subscriber versus newsstand copies, U.S. versus Canadian copies, or by region or certain types of audience demographics.
A limited run of numbered impressions pulled by (or under the supervision of) the artist. This term is relevant only for works printed since about 1880, when artists like Whistler began to limit the number of impressions and to cancel the plate. Prints issued in various states are often considered different editions - e.g. before letters, after letters, or in different colors. See also limited edition, numbered.
The whole number of copies of a work printed from the same set of type.
The total number of items produced with the same name.
In visual arts, an edition is a set of duplicate prints or casts of a particular image. The types of reproduction that the term edition refers to can be offset-lithography, lithographs, serigraphs, etchings, offset-lithography or cast sculpture.If the number of prints to be produced is unlimited, the edition is usually referred to as an open edition, whereas if the number if prints is predetermined and limited, the edition is then preferred to as a limited edition. These limited edition prints are signed and numbered indicating the sequential number of the print and the edition size. Some states have laws governing how limited edition prints are marketed. Read more about limited edition prints.
Believe it or not, nine times out of ten, this obscure term actually means "Publisher's Name". The other one time, it refers to something you'll never see, like "Niemander von Nichtigdorff edition of 1697".
In printmaking, the total number of prints made and approved by an artist, usually numbered consecutively. Also, a limited number of multiple originals of a single design in any medium.
The data written to an edition container by a publisher. A publisher writes data to an edition whenever a user saves a document that contains a publisher, and subscribers in other documents may read the data from the edition whenever it is updated. See also publisher, subscriber.
A new printing of an item that contains well-defined variations -- pagination, publisher, series number, author, title, etc.
From the same plates or typesetting. Compare definite edition, facsimile edition, first edition, limited edition, tirage, trade edition and impression
a work (document) that underwent editing and publishing processes, produced by printing, stamping or otherwise, contains information aimed at distribution, and meets all requirements of state standards, other legislative acts related to publishing design, printing and technical performance
All copies of a work published in one typographical format, printed from the same type or plates, and issued at one time or at intervals. See also FIRST EDITION.
All copies of a book printed (even at different times) from one setting of type, without substantial changes.
This is the body of prints or sculpture essentially identical to the right to print impression or standard used for the edition or prototype. Two numbers are used in the signing procedure: the upper number follows a consecutive sequence beginning with 1 through the total in the edition (example: 3/25); the lower number indicates the total number of pieces in the edition.
An edition is the total number of copies of a work printed at one time.
Total number of prints pulled from one image and represents the largest body of work for sale from that image. These prints are consecutively numbered to show that the edition is limited by publisher or artist.
Number of prints made from an original. This number generally does not include any artist proofs or any special editions.
All impressions of a work printed from one setting of type. A revised or new edition usually indicates that the text has been changed or new materials added.
a copy of a publication that is printed from a single typesetting, though minor changes may be made during the printing run, such as may happen for late-breaking news as a newspaper goes to press; an edition becomes a new edition when major changes are made in the typesetting. See typesetting.
All copies of a book printed from on type-set. An edition may have multiple printings.
The number of prints that are produced before destroying the plate.
The name or number of an edition of a document
A set number of productions of a work of art.
All the copies of a work published in one typographical format, printed from the same type or plates, and issued at one time or at intervals. An edition may comprise a number of impressions.
the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published
all of the identical copies of something offered to the public at the same time; "the first edition appeared in 1920"; "it was too late for the morning edition"; "they issued a limited edition of Bach recordings"
a composer-publishing business set up for the preservation of the work of its founder and director, Dal Strutt, and also includes work by a few other composers and one arranger
a file that is created when a user chooses Create Publisher from the Edit menu
a Herculean task which involves gathering a vast array of manuscripts and rare books, collating everything in minute detail, preparing a stemma , analyzing conjectures of previous scholars and, if possible, offering new ones
a little dated, but the locals indicated that small hostels and food places go in and out of business faster than the book can keep up
a major revision done by the authors
a series of prints
a specific number of items of the same kind or type
a version of a published text, or all the instances of a published text issued at a given time
the total number of copies of a work printed from a single set of type. Each edition is printed at a different time and is given a distinct edition number.
Some books (particularly reference books) are revised and republished. The new version is often called the "revised" or "second" edition. Subsequent revisions are numbered sequentially. The latest edition is the most current, but older editions may contain useful information deleted from later editions.
The whole number of prints of a work, such as a map, published on one time.
A set of identical impressions produced serially from the same plate. Editioned prints are sequentially numbered, with the total number of prints written below the individual print number.
All the copies of a resource produced from substantially the same master copy and published or issued by a particular agency or group of agencies. An edition may be identified by an edition statement in the resource or may be inferred by the cataloguer by the presence of significant differences in the content or by information provided by the publisher. See also Version.
All copies of a book printed from one type setting
The number of printed copies made of an original work. The standard phrase "edition size" therefore refers to the number of copies, not a print's physical dimensions. Edition size generally does not include artist proofs or any special edition copies that might be made, these special editions such as printer’s proofs, conservation editions, etc., are all numbered separately.
A number of identical copies, printed at the same time. The initial printing is the first edition, when changes are made these are called for example, revised edition, second edition.
The reproductions printed from one image are collectively called an edition. Editions can be open or limited. File Format: A file format indicates how a computer document is encoded. Pictureframes.com accepts digital files in two different file formats -- .jpegs and .tiffs -- in Adobe 1998 RGB color space.
Refers to the number of items created with the same name and decorations.
is a designated number of copies of a sculpture, print, book, etc. An exhibition is a display of works of fine art. It is usually assembled and shown by an entity like a gallery, school or museum, for a prescribed amount of time and normally open to the public.
a version of a book. A revised or new edition indicates that the text has been changed or new material added.
All those copies of a work produced from substantially the same type image.
all the copies of a work published in one format, printed from the same type or plates. A new edition of a work will have been amended or added to.
Impressions pulled from plate, block, etc.
1. all copies of a bibliographic item produced from the same master copy. A citation will not usually indicate a first edition, but will note later editions (e.g., "revised edition," "fifth edition," etc.); 2. one of the various editions of a newspaper or magazine printed at different times of the day, etc. (e.g., "daily edition," "evening edition" or "special edition"). Entry: a single listing in a catalog or index. Generally, there are three types of entries: author, title, and subject.
One of a number of printings of a book or other materials, issued at separate times with alterations.
A set of identical prints, usually produced by or under the supervision of the artist.
In bronze sculpture and printmaking, the number of pieces/images made from a single mold/plate and authorized by the artist.
is the total number of impressions made of a single print or image.
A group of identical prints that can be numbered and signed by the artist. Open Edition: An unlimited number of prints Limited Edition: Prints that have a known number of impressions, and are usually signed and numbered by the artist.
All of the copies of a book printed from the same setting of type, at one time or over a period of time, with no major changes, additions or revisions. Minor changes, such as the correction of some misspelled words, or the addition of a dedication, or similar very minor alterations, may be made and the revised copies are still considered as part of the same edition, simply being described as different states or issues.
All copies of a book printed from a single type setting.
the whole number of copies of a work issued from one setting of type.
all the copies of a book produced, at any time, from the same setting of type: see also impression.
All copies of a work made from the same type setup or the same plates and issued by the same entity.
The authorized number of impressions made from a single image, including all numbered prints and proofs. A limited edition has a specified number noted on the impression.
The numeric or written publishing sequence for a work. When an item is first published, it is a "first edition" (ex. 1st ed.) MARC Field: 250.
The number of prints pulled from a plate, not including trial proofs, artist's proofs and other proofs outside the edition.
each issue of the paper (mainly national and regional daily titles) are usually published in several editions - both to cover different areas and to update the news
All the copies of a work printed at any time from substantially the same setting of type.
An edition of a map is determined only by the imprint. If the imprint is changed, then there is a new edition. Obviously, since the plate has been changed, a new edition means a new state. However, a new state is not necessarily a new edition, since the imprint may not have been changed.
the full run of identical copies. 2nd ed refers to prints of the same image as the original but altered in the printing process, color or type of paper. 2nd st refers to the second state prints which contain significant changes from the original edition.
A numerical designation indicating the number of impressions pulled or printed from the completed print matrix. In fraction format, the top number indicates the specific impression while the bottom number represents the total number printed.
When an original painting or drawing is reproduced as an print, they are called editions. These can be open editions or limited editions.
A set of prints, numbered and signed by the artist. Two numbers are often used - the first indicating the print's place in the order of all the prints in the edition, the second number indicating the total number of prints in the edition. See limited edition.
(sometimes referred to as Regular Edition)- A set of impressions consisting of one or more uniform sections that may differ in color, ink, paper, etc, from each other, but that have the basic drawing or keystone in common. The total of all the impressions in all the sections constitutes the number in the edition.
An edition is one copy of every file in the staging area of one site at a given time.Â Each month when the new issues go up, an edition is published.Â Editions are used for deployment.Â They can also be used as a â€œroll back buttonâ€.Â If a mistake has been made on a page and there is a recent version saved in an edition, then it is easy to revert back to the older version.Â A new edition is not automatically deployed when it is created, it simply puts all of the files together in one place ready to be deployed.
Part of the total distribution of an issue of a periodical, whose copy or advertisement differs by region, time of day or other variable.
The total number of prints produced of a given image and authorized by the artist for sale. Each print is typically inscribed by the artist in the conventional manner. For example 10/100 is the tenth print from an edition of 100.
All of the copies of a book printed at the same time from the same setting of type.
Some books are revised and republished, particularly reference books. The new version may be called a "revised" or "second" edition. Subsequent editions are numbered sequentially. The latest edition is the most current, but older editions may contain useful information deleted from later editions.
copies of a book, newspaper, etc. printed at one time from the same plates. A new or revised edition is one with changes or additions to the text from an earlier work.
a number of copies of a book, newspaper, magazine, etc., that are produced and printed at one time£¨Êé¡¢±¨¡¢ÔÓÖ3/4µÈµÄ£©Ò»´ÎµÄÓ¡Ë¢Êý£¬°æ£¨´Î£©£»°æ±3/4
a set of identical prints , usually numbered and signed, pulled by the artist or under his/her supervision.
All copies produced from essentially the same type image (whether by direct contact or by photographic or other methods) and issued by the same entity. Intellectual content is unique and unchanged to the work. Significant variation of the content requires a new edition statement.
All the copies of the book made from a specific set of type.
All copies of a work printed from one setting or type. A change in edition, such as a "new edition" or "second edition," would imply a revision of the work and a change in content.
the whole (usually first) printing of a title. See new edition, first edition.
Reprinting your book using the same original materials when changes have been made. Each printing becomes a new edition and must have it's own barcode and copyright information.
a term that is now taken to mean a group of identical impressions made from the same matrices and bearing the same title and date, usually signed and numbered by the artist.
In print making, the number of images made from a single plate and authorised by the artist.
All copies of a title issued by the same publisher on the same date.
The total prints of a completed image that are numbered and signed by the artist not including proofs.
A printing of many images from one master work. Open editions are not numbered and have no maximum number to be issued. Limited editions are numbered in succession with a predetermined number of prints.
The run of a book issue which is printed from the same typeset
All printings of a book from the same original materials. Once changes have been made to the original materials, the next printing becomes a new edition.
The total number of copies of a work printed from a plate. In the context of printmaking the word edition can be misleading, because a single plate may be used to produce a number of different editions.
All the copies of a book printed from the same plates or typesetting.
The total number of copies printed from the same plates or blocks and published about the same time.
The total number of prints made of a specific image and issued together from a publisher.
A limited number of impressions of a print. When the edition is complete, the plate or block is often cancelled by defacing it.
This simply means all copies printed form the one setting of the type.
Refers to all the copies of a book printed from the one setting of type. There may be more than one printing run of an edition.
system software: A special file whose data can be shared by other documents (called subscribers) under System 7's Publish and Subscribe function.
The entire number of prints made from a single plate or block. Prints are numbered to indicate their position in the edition; a print numbered 25/250 is the twenty-fifth print made from a total edition of 250. Artist's proofs are sample runs made before the start of the edition. At the close of the edition the plate is canceled (usually with cross-out lines) to prevent unauthorized restriking.
For use of the term regarding books, see First edition