Amendment to the Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance, Frankfurt (1690)

Source: Universitätsbibliothek Frankfurt Ffm W 554

Amendment to the Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance, Frankfurt (1690), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Amendment to the New Regulation and Statutes published in 1660 as to what is to be adhered to henceforth by the printing-offices of this City, issued on 1 July 1690

Full title original language:
Anhang zu der Erneuerten In Anno 1660, publicirten Ordnung und Articuln / Wie es fürderhin auff denen Buchtruckereyen dieser Stadt gehalten werden solle.

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1660: Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance

Author: Council of Frankfurt

Publisher: Blasio Ilßner

Year: 1690

Location: Frankfurt

Language: German

Source: Universitätsbibliothek Frankfurt Ffm W 554

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Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance 1660

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