Book trade regulations (1649)

Source: Archives nationales : AD 303 (document conservé aux archives nationales, Paris)

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Book trade regulations (1649), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Lettres obtenuës par aucuns des Imprimeurs & Libraires de Paris en l'année 1649

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Year: 1649

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Language: French

Source: Archives nationales : AD 303 (document conservé aux archives nationales, Paris)

Persons referred to:
Despautère, Jean
Louis XIV

Places referred to:
France
Paris

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Institutions referred to:
Parisian Guild of Booksellers and Printers
University of Paris (Sorbonne)

Legislation:
Parisian Book Trade Regulations 1618

Keywords:
almanacs
book trade
classics, Greek and Latin
deposit
guild regulation
licensing, Approbation
price regulation
privileges, French
registration
religious works

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