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1511* Imperial Privilege for Arnolt Schlick (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1513* Imperial privilege for Eucharius Rösslin (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1518* The Articles of the Pope's Bulle (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1531* Basel Printers' Statute (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1538* Henrician Proclamation (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1545* Luther's 'Warning to the Printers' (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1547* French Censorship Act (France) Commentary: [1]
1553* Totell's Printing Patent (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1556* Privilege Granted to Giovanni Ostaus (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1557* Stationers' Charter (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1559* Elizabethan Injunctions (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1559* Day's privilege for The Cosmographical Glass (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1566* Star Chamber Decree (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1650s* Vitré's memorandum on the prolongation of privileges (France)
1660* Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1665* French book trade regulations (France)
1675* Counterfeited Privilege in Grimmelshausen's 'The Magic Bird's Nest' (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1763* Diderot's Letter on the book trade (France) Commentary: [1]
1778* Pluquet's letters (France) Commentary: [1]
1785* Austrian Statutes on Censorship and Printing (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1821* Hegel: Remarks on Intellectual Property (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1868* Proudhon: 'Les Majorats littéraires' (France)