Double dating

Is there a way in which quoting could recognize a double publication dating (original publication date/ cited publication date)?
It's quite significative when doing historical research, and citing reeditions of old books. It's important to correctly date the book in its original date when qouting
Just not to make idiot quoting like, for example (Freud, 2007) just because that's the edition or translation you are using. A much adequate way will be (Freud [1930] 2007) as used in high quality historic research. This way you're correctly quoting the original as well as your specific version
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