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1504* Privilege Granted to Benedetto Bordon (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1515* Ariosto's Printing Privilege (Italy)
1545* Venetian Decree on Author-Printer Relations (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1545* Antonio Catalano's Teaching Licence (Italy)
1546* Privilege Granted to Enea Vico (Parmigiano) (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1556 (1555 m.v.)* Privilege Granted to Antonio Floriano (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1556* Privilege Granted to Giovanni Ostaus (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1658* Schupp: The Book Thief (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1749* Crébillon case (France) Commentary: [1]
1770* Luneau de Boisjermain's case (France)
1783* Connecticut Copyright Statute (United States) Commentary: [1]
1790* Copyright Act (United States) Commentary: [1]
1791* Le Chapelier's report (France) Commentary: [1]
1793* French Literary and Artistic Property Act (France) Commentary: [1]
1814* Court of Cassation on sculptures (France) Commentary: [1]
1833* Dramatic Literary Property Act (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1837* Prussian Copyright Act (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1840* Bilateral Treaty between Austria and Sardinia (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1841* Report of Lamartine and parliamentary debates on literary property (France)
1853* Bluntschli: On Authors' Rights (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1856* Copyright Act Amendment (United States) Commentary: [1]
1870* Copyright Act for the German Empire (Germany) Commentary: [1]