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Anglo-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty , Madrid (1880)

Source: Archivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, AMAE, Tratados s. XIX, nº 0313

Anglo-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty , Madrid (1880), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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His Majesty the King
of Spain and Her Majesty
the Queen of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, being
equally desirous of extending
in each Country the
enjoyment of copyright
to works of literature
and of the fine arts
which may be first
published in the other,
have deemed it expedient,
pending the negotiation
of a new Convention to
replace the Convention


      Su Majestad el Rey
      de España y su Majestad
      la Reina del Reino Unido
      de la Gran Bretaña é
      Irlanda, animados del
      mismo deseo de extender
      en sus Estados respectivos
      el ejercicio del derecho
      sobre obras literarias y
      artísticas que se publiquen
      por primera vez en
      cualquiera de los dos
      Países, han considerado
      oportuno, mientras esté
      pendiente la negociacion
      de un nuevo Convenio


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