Private press

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A printing establishment which offers limited editions at the pleasure of the owner. The results are usually of fine quality and although they may be offered for public sale, are usually not distributed through regular market channels. A prime example is the Kelmscott Press founded in England in 1891 by William Morris. Compare with vanity publisher.

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