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limited edition

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlimited editionˌlimited eˈdition noun [countable]  TCNa small number of special copies of a book, picture etc which are produced at one time only
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limited editionHe also traded some one in Baltimore for a limited edition Cal Ripkin box commemorating his record 2,131 consecutive games played.A limited edition of 1,000 white on pale blue Jasper 8-inch plates, featuring the Home Office seal, were produced.No, mass-produced reproductions - as distinct from limited edition - prints seldom if ever rise in value.Collectors have gone straight for the breakfast aisle since cereal companies started featuring sports celebrities on limited edition boxes.Three which weren't securely fastened include the stunning limited edition Ovation 1992 electro-acoustic with its great sound and gorgeous top.There was considerable interest in three limited edition prints by Russell Flint when they came up at Bloomfield auctions.
From Longman Business Dictionarylimited editionˌlimited eˈditionMARKETINGMANUFACTURING a fixed number of a product, especially a car or book, produced at one time. Limited editions are often valuable because no more will be madeA signed, limited edition of 1,250 copies sold out at $325 each.Honda Motor Co., working with Kobe Steel of Japan, has introduced a limited-edition aluminum car. edition
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