Privilege granted to Valentim Fernandes, London, UK (1501)

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Privilege granted to Valentim Fernandes, London, UK (1501), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Glosa famosissima sobre las coplas de don Jorge Marrique

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Glosa famosissima sobre las coplas de don Jorge Marrique

In 1501, a German printmaker, author, interpreter and translator who became known in Portugal as Valentim Fernandes was awarded his first privilege which was placed in the upper corner of the cover of Jorge Manrique's funeral elegy to his father, «Glosa famosissima sobre las coplas de Don Jorge Marrique», a classic of Spanish literature. By Patricia Akester

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Author: Alonso de Cervantes and Jorge Marrique

Publisher: Valentim Fernandes

Year: 1501

Location: London, UK

Language: Portuguese

Source: British Library, London

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