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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Regulations and Rules for the Printing Industry in Sweden, Stockholm (1752)

Source: Kongl. Maj:ts Nådige Förordning Och REGLEMENTE För Boktryckerne i Riket. Gifwit Stockholm i Råd-Camaren then 12. Aug. 1752. SIDERHOLM, Tryckt uti Kongl. Tryckeriet, Hos Directeuren PET. MOMMA.

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Regulations and Rules for the Printing Industry in Sweden, Stockholm (1752), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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concerned are to comply with this respectfully. To ensure its certainty, we have personally signed this with our own hand and confirmed it with our Royal Seal. Stockholm in the Council Chamber, 12th August 1752.

 

ADOLPH FREDRIK

L.S

 



    


wederbör, hafwa sig hörsamligen at efterrätta. Til yttermera wisso hafwe Wi thetta med Egen Hand underskrifwit, och med Wårt Kongl. Sigillbekräfta låtit. Stockholm i RådCammaren, then 12. augusti 1752.

ADOLPH FRIEDRICH.

L.S.

 

 



    


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