AACR2 defines a reprint as:

A new printing method of an item made from the original type image, commonly by photographic methods. The reprint may reproduce the original exactly (an impression) or it may contain minor but well-defined variations (an issue). 2. A new edition with substantially unchanged text. See also Module 17.

When cataloging a reprint, give a 580 note citing details of the original publication plus information about the reprint that isn’t covered in the description. In addition, give field 775 with the title and control numbers of the original when a record for the original is online. If the reprint has the same title as the original and there is no online record, there is little purpose for the link and it can be omitted. Example:

See also:

14.3. Horizontal relationships