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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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If users of facsimiles expect this, so this argument runs, it must be unfair--and perhaps even dishonest--to disappoint this expectation.
While the facsimile of the Nuremberg Chronicle is targeted at a general and international public (in addition to the edition under review which has Fussel's text in English, separate facsimile editions of the Chronicle have been published with Fussel's text in German and French), Christoph Reske's study, Die Produktion der Schedelschen Weltchronik, is clearly aimed at specialized scholars of the incunabula era.
A leading manufacturer of business-class facsimile terminals, NEC America recently introduced the Nefax 791 multi-purpose facsimile, designed for high-volume and specialized business applications.
The HP FAX-200 facsimile provides the benefits of plain-paper fax at the price of traditional thermal devices.
Our facsimiles enable us to transmit detailed train operations reports in their entirety as soon as they are compiled,' says Curt Webber, the Western Division's superintendent of administration.
For added efficiency, the FO-4470 comes with advanced features including document memory backup, personal auto-dial phone books, remote diagnostics so the facsimile can be monitored remotely by an authorized service technician and a large "tilt-status" display for easy viewing.
A further drawback to the two Buxtehude facsimiles is that the fractured nature of the musical type, and the slightly misaligned staff lines that result, cause the eye to tire very quickly, making it rather trying to use these particular editions in performance.
King's edition of the works of Anne Askew includes an introduction and facsimiles of the two Bodleian copies of Askew's First examinacyon and lattre examinacyon (STC 848, 850), upon which Beilin's Oxford text is based.
TABS) manages product planning, marketing, sales, service support and distribution of copiers, facsimiles, multifunction printing products, network controllers, and toner products throughout the United States, Mexico, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
The Mozart Requiem facsimile, to mention one example of how luxurious facsimiles can be these days, even comes packaged in a slipcase whose dark blue marbling matches the mid-nineteenthcentury binding paper found on the two volumes of the manuscript reproduced inside.
Imagistics is a leading supplier of document imaging solutions including high performance, leading edge copier/printers, multifunctional products and facsimile machines to the commercial, corporate and public sector markets.
The Getty's facsimile reproduces all the miniatures from all three volumes of Simon's Hours in color and in their original sequence.