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.
specialist is displaying two glittering cloned pages of the holy book at the Sharjah International Book Fair in Expo Centre till November 17.
Never previously available in facsimile
, the manuscript was newly bound and conserved in preparation for the photography required for this edition.
The production of the facsimile
has been central to much of the recent work the BL has undertaken to make the Gospels more accessible to a wider audience and which could have flowed only from its production.
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
Speedy NEC Facsimile
Terminals Bring High Volume to Business Applications
Quite suddenly facsimiles
of medieval music manuscripts are in demand.
Hewlett-Packard Company has introduced two affordable plain-paper facsimiles
that meet the demands of consumers, who are tired of curling, fading, slimy fax paper, but have not wanted to pay higher prices.
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 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.