A reprint is a poster that has been exactly duplicated in image, color, etc though it may vary slightly in size from the original. Reprints can be made using the same printing plates that were used for the original or by photographing the original poster and making new plates. British and French posters are often reprinted without any formal "rerelease" of the movie (see above).
A copy of a book, made with the same type as the original, with which it is identical except for possibly a new title-page and a note on the verso of the title-page of the number and date of reprinting and the correction of minor errors.
An article reprint is the reuse of an editorial article outside of its original publication. It is typically a high-quality, offset printed reproduction of an article that was written about a company, product and service or employee. See also E-Print.
A stamp printed from the original plate after the issue is no longer valid for postage. ..Official reprints are sometimes made for presentation purposes, official collections, etc., and are often distinguished in some way from the "real" ones.
1.) A new impression of an edition; 2.) A new edition from a new setting of type, for which an impression of a new setting of type, for which an impression of a previous edition has been used as copy; 3.) A separately issued article, chapter, or other portion of a previously published larger work, usually a reproduction of an original, but sometimes made from a new setting of type.
Any printing of a book, subsequent to the first edition, that involves little or no change to that edition. If small changes are required this is called a revised reprint; the changes are not significant enough for a new edition.
Newspaper comic strips reprinted in comic book form. comic book RESTORATION Any attempt to enhance the appearance of a comic book. Whether doneby a proffesional or amateur the restored book can not be worth as muchas an unrestored book in the same condition.
A stamp printed from the original plate, after the issue has ceased to be postally valid. Official reprints are sometimes made for presentation purposes or official collections. They are often distinguishable in some way from the originals: different colors, perforations, paper or gum. Private reprints, on the other hand, are usually produced strictly for sale to collectors and often closely resemble the original stamps. Private reprints normally sell for less than original copies. Reprints are not valid for postage. See also Reissue.
1. A new printing of an item made from the original tye image, commonly by photographic methods. The reprint may reproduce the original exactly, or it may contain minor but well-defined variations. 2. A new edition with substantially unchanged text.
To print a new file copy of a bill after it has been amended by the other house or revised by a committee after being referred from the floor. Reprints receive new file numbers. Normally, the Senate reprints bills amended by the House but the House does not reprint bills amended by the Senate.
A reproduction of legislation prepared by OQPC under the Reprints Act 1992. If legislation has been amended, a reprint of the legislation shows the legislation as amended. Section 7 of the Reprints Act 19 92 allows changes to be made to the legislation using the editorial changes listed there. Changes under section 7 are not permitted to change the effect of a provision ( Reprints Act 1992, s. 8), but legislation as reprinted using the editorial powers has effect as if the changes made to it had been made expressly by other legislation ( Reprints Act 1992, s. 9).