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Facsimile

An exact replica of a document that is copied so as to preserve all its original marks and notations.

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Copies from which to make facsimiles came from a variety of sources.
The original's pages are made from pure fine gold powder gilt paper and Adeva says the facsimile will be identical - down to marks of wear and tear over the centuries.
The facsimile is presented in three volumes: one each for the two acts of the opera, plus a supplementary volume with introductory essays by Hans Joachim Kreutzer and Christoph Wolff in German with English translations.
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.
In earlier reviews I have praised the initiative of Libreria Musicale Italiana in starting a series of beautifully produced colour facsimiles. They continue their elegance, even if these two volumes are a touch over generous in their duplication of inventories and even photographs in the Italian and English versions of their introductory material.
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.
In addition to the score itself, this edition includes a bonus section entitled "Documents and Sketches," high-quality facsimiles of several other items in Schoenberg's hand, most of them pertaining to the buildup to the climactic choral entrance.
"We create gold facsimiles of many historical manuscripts.