Supreme Court on Literary Property of the State, The Hague (1840)

Source: Het letterkundig eigendomsregt in Nederland: wetten, traktaten, regtspraak: benevens de wetgeving op de drukpers in Nederland en Nederlandsch Indië Vereeniging ter bevordering van de belangen des boekhandels, ’s Gravenhage: Belinfante 1865-1867, II (1867), pp. 109-134; Bijzondere Collecties, Universiteitsbibliotheek van Amsterdam, UBM KVB 6730:1

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Supreme Court on Literary Property of the State, The Hague (1840), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Supreme Court of the Netherlands, 8 September 1840 (Johannes Noman and Son v. State of the Netherlands)

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Hoogen Raad, 8 september 1840 (Johannes Noman en Zoon tegen Staat der Nederlanden)

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Year: 1840

Location: The Hague

Language: Dutch

Source: Het letterkundig eigendomsregt in Nederland: wetten, traktaten, regtspraak: benevens de wetgeving op de drukpers in Nederland en Nederlandsch Indië Vereeniging ter bevordering van de belangen des boekhandels, ’s Gravenhage: Belinfante 1865-1867, II (1867), pp. 109-134; Bijzondere Collecties, Universiteitsbibliotheek van Amsterdam, UBM KVB 6730:1

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