Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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library edition

1. A more or less obsolete term for an edition, series or set of books, produced in a uniform format to differentiate it from another edition. 2. A book supposedly or actually printed on a better quality of paper, bound in a stronger manner than the customary edition binding, and intended for use in a library. See also: PRE-LIBRARY BOUND . (156 )

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