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The US government, in an unusual move, reimbursed the publisher for the cost of the first printing as military officials had initially approved the manuscript for publication.
Our first printing was fifty thousand and we'd never done a first printing of fifty thousand copies.
Only about 50 copies of the first edition, first printing of the King James Bible exist.
In NY002, Hyperion To Publish New Book By Chicago Bulls Head Coach Phil Jackson, moved earlier today, we are advised by the company that the last sentence of the first paragraph should read, "The book, written with Hugh Delehanty, will have a first printing of 150,000 copies" rather than "The first printing will be 150,000 copies" as originally transmitted.
Limited edition, signed prints from re:Vision's first printing will be on sale for $85 each.
The first printing of the cookbook will be 500,000 copies, which, according to Daisy Maryles, executive editor of Publishers Weekly, "appears to be unprecedented in a hardcover cookbook release.
5 million copies in its first print run, the largest first printing for a cookbook in publishing history.
With an unprecedented, record high, first printing of 2 million copies, "SEE, I TOLD YOU SO" is clearly the publishing event of the fall season.