First Inscriptions of Works at the Spanish Copyright Office, Madrid (1885)

Source: Registro Central de la Propiedad Intelectual

First Inscriptions of Works at the Spanish Copyright Office, Madrid (1885), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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This first volume of the general Copyright Office,consists of
five hundred leaves, all in certified sheets of paper,
covering from the first inscription to the fifth hundred
Madrid, 23 February 1886
With the Approval

      General Director
      Saturnino Calleja

                                          Civil Servant in Charge
                                                      Baldomero Lopez Cañizares


      El presente volúmen Libro primero del Registro general
      de la propiedad intelectual, consta de quinientas hojas, todas
      útiles y comprenden las inscripciones números uno á qui-
      nientos. Madrid, veintitres de Febrero de mil ochocientos ochen-
      ta y seis
            El Director general
                  Saturnino Calleja
                                                      El Encargado del registro
                                                      Baldomero Lopez Cañizares


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