What is the difference between a
limited edition and an open edition?
A limited edition is a set of prints limited to a preselected quantity.
Only that quantity of prints (plus some edition subsets) are created, and
the image is never again reprinted in that format - even after the edition is
sold out. Limited editions are signed and numbered by the artist. Some
print editions have extra perks such as a celebrity signature or an
embossment. The exclusivity and extra cost is reflected in the price.
Limited edition prints can be either original or reproduction prints.
Open edition prints are reproductions created in no particular quantity,
are not numbered and are reprinted whenever necessary.
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