Definition of Limited edition
1. Noun. An edition that is restricted to a specific number of copies.
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Literary usage of Limited edition
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1. International Trade: An Application of Economic Theory by John Atkinson Hobson (1904)
"64. net Also • limited edition on Urge Japanese paper. THB DANCE OP LIFE iA Poem. ... Also a limited edition on large Japanese paper. yas. net. ..."
2. A History of Egypt by Sir John Pentland Mahaffy, Joseph Grafton Milne, Stanley Lane-Poole, William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1905)
"With 27 Coloured Plates by Theodore Lane, Also a limited edition on large Japanese paper. 30*. net. THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD. By Oliver Goldsmith. ..."
3. Manchuria: Its People, Resources and Recent History by Alexander Hosie (1904)
"With 30 Also a limited edition on Urge Japanese paper. ... Also a limited edition on large Japanese paper, with India proofs and a duplicate set of the ..."
4. Doctrine and Development: University Sermons by Hastings Rashdall (1898)
"By RS Surtees. With 13 Coloured Plates and 70 Woodcuts in the Text by John Leech. 3J. 6d. net. Also a limited edition on large Japanese paper. 3OJ. net. ..."