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A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) is a seal or small sticker on a proprietary computer program, t-shirt, jersey, or any other memorabilia item, especially in the world of computers and sports, which is designed to demonstrate that the item is authentic.

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Computer software COA's have a license number on them, which verifies that the program is a genuine, legal copy.

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