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Copyright statement of Johann Strauss for Austria and Prussia, Wien (1835)

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Copyright statement of Johann Strauss for Austria and Prussia, Wien (1835), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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~~~ There is only one Imperial city!
There is only one Vienna!! ~~~



for the





Property of the publisher.

Registered at the Archive of the Music Publishers against Reprinting                  Price 45x Conventionsmünze/ 12 groschen.

Vienna, published by Tobias Haslinger,
Music and art dealer to the Imperial and Royal Court and to the public,
By his [Haslinger's] representatives in Leipzig, Hermann and Langbein.
Berlin, by T. Trautwein.


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