PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

The Danish Copyright Ordinance, Copenhagen (1741)

Source: Kong Christian den Siettes Allernaadigste Forordninger Og Aabne Breve For Aar 1741. Kjøbenhavn, Trykt hos Directeuren over Hans Kongel. Majestets. og Univ. Bogtryekkerie, Johan Jørgen Høpffner. Location: The Danish National Archives.

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The Danish Copyright Ordinance, Copenhagen (1741), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Ordinance Decreeing that no one shall publish, reprint or import reprints, or possess any Book or Writing which has been Lawfully acquired by another person.

Full title original language:
Forordning Anlangende at ingen maa oplægge, eftertrykke eller eftertrykt indføre, eller falholde nogen Bog eller Skrift, som en anden paa lovlig Maade sig haver forhvervet.

Abstract:
Ordinance prohibiting the publication, reprinting or importation of reprints, or the possession of any book or writing lawfully acquired by another person.

1 Commentary:
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1741: The Danish Copyright Ordinance

Author: Christian VI of Denmark

Publisher: Johan Jørgen Høpffner

Year: 1741

Location: Copenhagen

Language: Danish

Source: Kong Christian den Siettes Allernaadigste Forordninger Og Aabne Breve For Aar 1741. Kjøbenhavn, Trykt hos Directeuren over Hans Kongel. Majestets. og Univ. Bogtryekkerie, Johan Jørgen Høpffner. Location: The Danish National Archives.

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Copenhagen

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Keywords:
catechisms
foreign reprints
grammars
penalties
privileges, printing
religious works
reprints

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