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    Hey out there, I recently purchased a copy of Triage from Amazon thinking it was a signed copy but it was not, it is however marked all the way through with what seem to be editor corrections and annotations, could this be an Editor's copy used for proofreading and corrections? does such a thing exist? It is hardback with dust jacket but no signatures and as mentioned before the corrections

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    Originally posted by Tommy View Post
    Hey out there, I recently purchased a copy of Triage from Amazon thinking it was a signed copy but it was not, it is however marked all the way through with what seem to be editor corrections and annotations, could this be an Editor's copy used for proofreading and corrections? does such a thing exist? It is hardback with dust jacket but no signatures and as mentioned before the corrections
    That's a really good question. I can't imagine it would be though as to my knowledge we've never done anything like that. I'll point Brian here he might know. Though my best guess is that it's a "No-Tip" copy that someone wrote in.
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      Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
      That's a really good question. I can't imagine it would be though as to my knowledge we've never done anything like that. I'll point Brian here he might know. Though my best guess is that it's a "No-Tip" copy that someone wrote in.
      I will try and take a few pictures because the notations and writing seem to be rather specific, if it is not an editor's copy then there is a very strange person out there marking up CD books, lol

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        I have a no tip copy but it has no writing in it. It was included in a grab bag many moons ago.

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          Originally posted by Martin View Post
          I have a no tip copy but it has no writing in it. It was included in a grab bag many moons ago.
          Yea we tend to use the no-tips in grab bags as there's not much else we can do with them.
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            #6
            ok, took me a while, haven't used this camera enough to be real familiar with it and the size might be a bit large
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                That is very odd.
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                  Ha, I actually have a pretty good idea what that copy is. Someone at Leisure probably marked up a copy we sent them when they were producing their paperback. (We would have sent a No Tip for sure.) Those definitely look like marks for a typesetter. I have never seen a copy like that back "in the wild" so that's a really cool find!

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                    Originally posted by Brian Freeman View Post
                    Ha, I actually have a pretty good idea what that copy is. Someone at Leisure probably marked up a copy we sent them when they were producing their paperback. (We would have sent a No Tip for sure.) Those definitely look like marks for a typesetter. I have never seen a copy like that back "in the wild" so that's a really cool find!

                    Brian
                    Very cool! I'm glad I did not sell it now
                    Last edited by Tommy; 02-26-2013, 06:06 PM.

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