IMO, You must put a zero in the box Keeping.
In Edition put the finish.
How I've been treating Edition is that if there is no official edition name, then I enter the finish. If there is an official edition name (many vendors do this these days), then I enter the Edition Name and I put the finish in brackets so that it is clear)
The other way Editions are/can be treated is that they're called Standard or Regular Edition, Limited Edition, Extra Limited Edition, Artist Edition, OR in the case of the Multi-Event and Multi Participate coins it could be Space Coast Edition, or Canterbury Edition, etc - in which case I use that.
I am guilty of cross using these 2 ways of doing it.
This is exactly what I had in mind with the editions. Hopefully it's not too confusing and will be a good way of organizing coins in the long run.
Ok!, as says imoutanabout, there are only one official name for each design, it's the name in the icons data base at Groundspeak. In Edition we can put the version (finish/color/...etc.), and finally, if needed we can add RE, LE, SE, ...etc
On the other hand, for most of the early coins there are only one version, so it's not necessary put data the Edition or version, because they are already in the specifications of the coin, ...however you can add it