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Abolition of All Monopolies in the Book Trade in Norway, Copenhagen (1686)

Source: The Danish National Archives via Digitalarkivet, Danske Kanselli 1572-1799, RA/EA-3023/F/Fc/Fca/Fcab/L0013: Norske tegnelser (mikrofilm), 1684-1687, s. 272a-b.

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Abolition of All Monopolies in the Book Trade in Norway, Copenhagen (1686), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Stadholder Guldenlewe [decreed] that all monopolies concerning the book trade in Norway must be abolished.

Full title original language:
Stadtholder Guldenlewe at alle monopolia anlangende Böger-handlingen i Norge, skal være afskaffede.

Abstract:
Decision by which Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve decreed that all monopolies regarding the book trade in Norway had to be abolished. Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve Landgrave of Laurvig (1638 - 1704), originally from Bremen, was Governor-General of Norway (Stattholdere i Norge) from 1664 to 1699.

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1686: Abolition of All Monopolies in the Book Trade in Norway

Author: Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve

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Year: 1686

Location: Copenhagen

Language: Danish

Source: The Danish National Archives via Digitalarkivet, Danske Kanselli 1572-1799, RA/EA-3023/F/Fc/Fca/Fcab/L0013: Norske tegnelser (mikrofilm), 1684-1687, s. 272a-b.

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Keywords:
book trade
free trade
privileges, printing

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