The Story of Faksimile Verlag

An interesting read and a small insight into Faksimile Verlag, a publisher of facsimile editions. “Facsimile” comes from two Latin roots: facere, meaning “to make,” and simile, meaning “like.” The article also briefly discusses the role facsimiles plays within the current age of digitalization we are in, and how technological progress can help the field of creating facsimiles thrive for years to come. The end of the article is followed with several other parts contributing to this story. Click here for the article! (Image is a facsimile of J.S. Bach’s Mass in B minor. Berlin, Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz).

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