Nuremberg Printers' Ordinance, Nuremberg (1673)

Source: Stadtarchiv Nürnberg A6 Nr. 1119.

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Nuremberg Printers' Ordinance, Nuremberg (1673), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
New Ordinance and Statutes, enacted by a most honourable, strict and wise Council of the Imperial Free City of Nuremberg, as to what is to be adhered to henceforth by the printing-offices and the book publishers of this city.

Full title original language:
Eines Wol=Edlen / Gestrengen und Hochweisen Raths des Heil. Reichs Stadt Nürnberg Erneuerte Ordnung und Artickel / Wie es fürterhin auf denen Buchdruckereyen und mit Verlegung der Bücher dieser Stadt gehalten werden solle

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This document is associated with the core document: d_1660

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Related documents in this database:
1660: Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance

Author: Nuremberg Town Council

Publisher: Michael Endter

Year: 1673

Location: Nuremberg

Language: German

Source: Stadtarchiv Nürnberg A6 Nr. 1119.

Persons referred to:
Endter, Michael

Places referred to:
Altdorf
Nuremberg

Cases referred to:
N/A

Institutions referred to:
Altdorf University
Frankfurt fair
Leipzig fair
Nuremberg City Council
Nuremberg Municipal Public Library

Legislation:
Nuremberg Printers' Ordinance 1673

Keywords:
Bible, the
authenticity
author/publisher relations
book fairs
book trade
books, protected subject matter
catechisms
censorship
censorship, pre-publication
editions, new
employer/employee relations
engravings, protected subject matter
foreign reprints
fraud
guild regulation
guilds
immoral works
libraries
penalties
penalties, paid to fiscal authorities
penalties, paid to publisher(s)
privileges
privileges, fictitious
registration
reprints

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