Replica

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Replica

A coin struck using the same or similar equipment, but not with official sanction or at a later date. For example, a collector may make a replica of a Mercury dime. Replicas are illegal to sell in the United States unless "replica," "facsimile," or "copy" are printed on them.
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Also the copy of the letter to Carter Paterson, and their reply.
Mr Nutt, of the Daily Reformer, wrote some highly incongruous words across the top of the copy, made some highly mysterious marks down the side of it, and called to Miss Barlow in the same loud, monotonous voice: "Take down a letter to Mr Finn.
Receiving the copy from him, she felt mechanically in her apron for her pocketbook.
I shall not copy the uncouth language, full of needless repetitions (and, if I know anything of the subject, not guiltless of bad grammar as well), in which my innocent husband was solemnly and falsely accused of poisoning his first wife.
Sebastien opened his box eagerly, found the memorandum and his own unfinished copy all in order, and locked them at once into the desk as Rabourdin had directed.
It was hidden in a secret place, and a copy was made resembling the original in all points and set up for all to see, in order to deceive those who might have designs against it.
Vanbrugh and Congreve copied nature; but they who copy them draw as unlike the present age as Hogarth would do if he was to paint a rout or a drum in the dresses of Titian and of Vandyke.
The difficulty of this question arises through the fact that the sensation which an image is supposed to copy is in the past when the image exists, and can therefore only be known by memory, while, on the other hand, memory of past sensations seems only possible by means of present images.
And I trust, Miss Jemima, you have made a copy of Miss Sedley's account.
I have before possessed you with the contents of your father's will, I think it right at this time to leave a certified copy of it in your hands.
If I could only lay hold of a copy of the picture I might ask leave to go and compare it with the original.
They would provide themselves with a copy of the Will from Doctors' Commons," I said.