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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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Critical Facsimiles is a series of reproductions of sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and eighteenth-century music prints in which those readings that an editor would emend in a modern critical edition have been emended on the page in the historically appropriate fonts.
To counter that danger, Stephan Fussel, the director of the Institute of the History of the Book at the Johannes-Gutenberg University in Mainz and an expert on early printing, was asked to write both an Introduction and an extensive Commentary (called "Appendix") for the facsimile edition.
Speedy NEC Facsimile Terminals Bring High Volume to Business Applications
NEW YORK, May 10 /PRNewswire/ -- A major manufacturer of business equipment is putting the fate of its facsimiles -- and its reputation for quality control -- in the hands of New York City high school students.
By 6 am each day, the division's business unit manager receives facsimiles of the presious day's train operations reports--about 24 pages from various locations in Indiana and Ohio that show whether trains are on schedule or delayed.
The new Super G3 workgroup facsimiles reconfirm Sharp's industry position by combining speed, functionality and reliability with the performance demanded by today's networked offices.
On the title page verso of each volume the publisher explains (with some minor variations in wording) that these products are intended to combine the "textual reliability of critical editions with the ability of facsimiles to present the music of earlier eras in the form in which it was originally published.
The larger series, The Early Modern Englishwoman, is designed "to make available a comprehensive and focused collection of writings in English from 1500 to 1700, both by women and for and about them" (Askew, vii), and this first series of facsimiles "provides a comprehensive, if not entirely complete collection of the separately published writings by women" (vi).
Brooktrout's twin-channel facsimile cards enable users to send and receive facsimiles on two channels simultaneously via the public telephone network.
Ongoing improvements in photographic reproduction processes have made possible the production of facsimiles at modest cost, aimed narrowly at the library market and the handful of music scholars and performers interested in the byways of music history.
Brooktrout's TR112 enables users to send and receive facsimiles on two channels simultaneously via the public telephone network.