Imprint (publishing)

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In the publishing industry, an imprint is one of several kinds of information about the publication of a book or other work. These include:

  • Imprint (trade name), a publisher's trade name under which works are published
  • Imprint (bibliography), bibliographic information about a book: the publisher's name and address, and the book's date of publication on a title page
  • Impression (publishing), a fine distinction of a book's version, differentiating, for example, printing runs or publishers; used with ISBN
  • Imprint (UK printing), a United Kingdom term similar concept to impressums

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