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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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In most of the volumes, we are further informed that "In general, the editor of each Critical Facsimile has sought to present an edition incorporating all corrections that both composer and proofreaders would have called for [emphasis added] had they identified all errors in both the engraver's copy and the printed sheets.
Serious experiments with facsimile did not begin in the United States until the 1920s, when AT&T, RCA, and Western Union began to develop picture transmission systems for the press.
With the possible exception of Igor Stravinsky, whose manuscripts have immediate visual appeal as masterworks of musical orthography, and thus a built-in reason for publishing them separately, the facsimile market has yet to catch up with most twentieth-century composers.
How does facsimile work in terms of speed, accuracy and cost in relation to alternate methods of information delivery/transmission?
By publishing facsimile editions, the general editors hope "to remedy one of the major obstacles to the advancement of feminist criticism of the early modern period, namely the unavailability of the very texts upon which the field is based" (vi).
As a memento of the 1995 Mahler Festival, the Seventh Symphony facsimile is an extravagant, perhaps Mahlerian gesture.
According to Judith Pirani, vice president at BIS and FAXWORLD '95 chairperson, "Hank is the father of computer facsimile technology.
To those of us in the business, the term facsimile describes the rapid transmission of text, graphics and handwritten information over ordinary telephone lines.
NYSE:IGI) is a large direct sales, service and marketing organization offering document imaging solutions, including high performance, leading edge copier/MFPs and facsimile machines to Fortune 1000 companies and other organizations.
SprintFAX, Sprint's comprehensive enhanced facsimile product family, was developed by Sprint TeleMedia to provide such value-added facsimile services as Broadcast Distribution and Document on Demand.