Edition de luxe

E`di`tion´ de luxe´

1.See Luxe.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"She is still decolletee," he answered, taking an olive in his long fingers; "and when she is in a very smart gown she looks like an edition de luxe of a bad French novel.
Looks like an edition de luxe of a wicked French novel, meant specially for the English market.
For that very dear writer friend who's made you a bundle this year, a 60-volume Edition de Luxe collection of Charles Dickens works (only 15 sets exist), $65,000
in 1923, containing twelve volumes with 'Half-title: Patron's edition de luxe'.
Even so, it was a Parisian art dealer, Ambroise Vollard, who initiated the modern era of the artists book, or edition de luxe, as it is called in French.