Henning: The Highly Lauded Bookmaker, Frankfurt (1666)

Source: Scanned from a reprint edited by Reinhard Wittmann (Munich: Kraus International Publishing, 1981), based on a copy held at the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel

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Henning: The Highly Lauded Bookmaker, Frankfurt (1666), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
'The Highly Lauded Bookmaker, or: A small but amusing and edifying book on the production of books. Dedicated to the contemporary scholarly community and drafted in a few sheets by Aegidius Henning'

Full title original language:
Gepriesener Büchermacher oder Von Büchern / und Büchermachen en zwar kleines / jedoch lustiges ud erbauliches Büchlein. Der heutigen gelehrten Welt zugeeignet / und in wenigen Bögen entworffen Von Aegidio Henningen

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1658: Schupp: The Book Thief

Author: Aegidius Henning (c.1630-1686)

Publisher: Johann David Zunner

Year: 1666

Location: Frankfurt

Language: German

Source: Scanned from a reprint edited by Reinhard Wittmann (Munich: Kraus International Publishing, 1981), based on a copy held at the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel

Persons referred to:
Henning, Aegidius
Schupp, Johann Balthasar
Zunner, Johann David

Places referred to:
Eichen (in Hanau district)
Frankfurt
Hanau
Herborn (in Hessen)
Nassau

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Keywords:
authorship, theory of
book market
fraud
scholarly writing

Responsible editor: Friedemann Kawohl


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