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[[Facsimile]] was a periodic manuscript put out by  [[Jon Racherbaumer]] for four issues.
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'''Facsimile''' was a periodic manuscript put out by  [[Jon Racherbaumer]] for four issues.
  
 
The name of the manuscripts was jokingly suggested by Pete Biro. Only a few copies were made with the objective to encourage duplication. Anyone who received a copy could make as many additional copies as they wanted. Therefore, no one can determine exactly how many "copies" exist.<ref>http://www.jonracherbaumer.com </ref>
 
The name of the manuscripts was jokingly suggested by Pete Biro. Only a few copies were made with the objective to encourage duplication. Anyone who received a copy could make as many additional copies as they wanted. Therefore, no one can determine exactly how many "copies" exist.<ref>http://www.jonracherbaumer.com </ref>
  
Issues:
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[[Kaufman and Greenberg]] offered issues of Fascimile for free with the purchase of books.<ref>Ad, Magic Magazine ,June 1995, page 20</ref>
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== Issues ==
 
* #1 (Sept. 1983)
 
* #1 (Sept. 1983)
 
* #2 (1994)
 
* #2 (1994)
* #3 (1995)
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* #3 (1995) - Contained reprint of both issues of [[Marlophile]].
 
* #4 (1996)  
 
* #4 (1996)  
  

Revision as of 12:31, 27 January 2012

Facsimile
Facsimile.jpg
EditorsJon Racherbaumer
FrequencyPeriodic
First issue1983
Final issue1996
Total issues4

Facsimile was a periodic manuscript put out by Jon Racherbaumer for four issues.

The name of the manuscripts was jokingly suggested by Pete Biro. Only a few copies were made with the objective to encourage duplication. Anyone who received a copy could make as many additional copies as they wanted. Therefore, no one can determine exactly how many "copies" exist.[1]

Kaufman and Greenberg offered issues of Fascimile for free with the purchase of books.[2]

Issues

  • #1 (Sept. 1983)
  • #2 (1994)
  • #3 (1995) - Contained reprint of both issues of Marlophile.
  • #4 (1996)

References

  1. http://www.jonracherbaumer.com
  2. Ad, Magic Magazine ,June 1995, page 20
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