# Primary Sources on Copyright - Record Viewer

PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Franco-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty, Madrid (1854)

Source: Archivo Histórico Nacional, AHN, Estado, 8463, Exp. 39

Citation:
Franco-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty, Madrid (1854), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

Back | Record | Images | No Commentaries
Translation only | Transcription only | Show all | Bundled images as pdf

            Chapter 1 Page 60 of 60 total



No Translation available.


Don Luis Felix Estevan, Marques de Turgot,
Embajador de Su Magestad el Emperador de los Franceses en
esta Corte y Don Angel Calderon de la Barca, Primer
Secretario de Estado del Despacho de Su Magestad la Reina
de las Españas, Plenipotenciarios nombrados en debida forma
al efecto:
                        Certificamos que las Ratificaciones del
            Convenio de propiedad literaria, científica y artística,
            celebrado entre la Francia y la España y firmado
            en Madrid el quince de Noviembre último por Nos
            los Plenipotenciarios, acompañados de todas las
            solemnidades y debidamente cotejadas la una con la otra
            y con los ejemplares originales de dicho Convenio
            compuesto de diez y ocho artículos, han sido cangeadas
            por Nos hoy dia de la fecha
                        En fe de lo cual hemos firmado la presente
            por duplicado, sellada con nuestro sello respectivo en
            Madrid a veinte y cinco de Enero de mil ochocientos
            cincuenta y cuatro

                        Turgot                                    A Calderon de la Barca


    


Copyright History resource developed in partnership with:


Our Partners


Copyright statement

You may copy and distribute the translations and commentaries in this resource, or parts of such translations and commentaries, in any medium, for non-commercial purposes as long as the authorship of the commentaries and translations is acknowledged, and you indicate the source as Bently & Kretschmer (eds), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900) (www.copyrighthistory.org).

You may not publish these documents for any commercial purposes, including charging a fee for providing access to these documents via a network. This licence does not affect your statutory rights of fair dealing.

Although the original documents in this database are in the public domain, we are unable to grant you the right to reproduce or duplicate some of these documents in so far as the images or scans are protected by copyright or we have only been able to reproduce them here by giving contractual undertakings. For the status of any particular images, please consult the information relating to copyright in the bibliographic records.


Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900) is co-published by Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, 10 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DZ, UK and CREATe, School of Law, University of Glasgow, 10 The Square, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK