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1479* Privilege of the Prince-Bishop of Würzburg Commentary: [1]
1501* Imperial Senate privilege to the Sodalitas Celtica Commentary: [1]
1502Privilege of the Imperial Senate for Works of Conrad Celtis
1511* Imperial Privilege for Arnolt Schlick Commentary: [1]
1511* Imperial Privilege for Albrecht Dürer
1515Imperial Privilege for Konrad Peutinger
1512Lyrical Reference to an Imperial privilege for Arnolt Schlick
1513* Imperial privilege for Eucharius Rösslin Commentary: [1]
1516Imperial Privilege for Johannes Eck
1531* Basel Printers' Statute Commentary: [1]
1533* Schott v. Egenolph Commentary: [1]
1658* Schupp: The Book Thief Commentary: [1]
1660* Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance Commentary: [1]
1738* Thurneysen: On the Illicit Reprinting of Books Commentary: [1]
1740* Encyclopaedia Article on 'The Reprinting of Books' Commentary: [1]
1750Fritsch: Treatise on Book Printers, Booksellers, Paper Manufacturers and Bookbinders
1765Reich v. Pauli
1785Imperial privilege for Aloysius Blumauer's Travesty of Virgil's 'Aeneid'
1790* J.F.F. Ganz's draft for a general ban on reprinting within the whole Empire Commentary: [1]
1794* Prussian Statute Book (ALR) Commentary: [1]
1796Lobethan: On Publishers' Privileges
1809* Baden Civil Code Commentary: [1]