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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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Microfilm and microfiche were alternatives to printed facsimiles, but they could be inconvenient to use, their reproductions were of inconsistent quality, and they were less durable than books.
The facsimile specialist is displaying two glittering cloned pages of the holy book at the Sharjah International Book Fair in Expo Centre till November 17.
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The present volume is a most welcome addition to what appears to be a surprisingly small number of published facsimiles of complete Schoenberg scores, all of which have appeared since 2002.