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    One other thing is that the photographer may hold back a print (maybe two on larger printings).

    The thought here is that in a limited edition of 5 prints the photographer will sell 4 and hold one back for her/himself. If one of the 4 that sold originally is lost the "last" print might be made available, for the "right" price.
    Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR

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    I like the idea of editions; ie, first, second, etc.
    Quality can be maintained throughout a run of prints.
    Making one print of a negative is, IMO, a waste of the
    medium's availability for repetitive reproduction.

    The number of prints each edition should have some limit
    but I'd put no limit on the number of editions. Dan

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