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1501* Imperial Senate privilege to the Sodalitas Celtica (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1554Selected Extracts from the Stationers' Company's Registers (United Kingdom)
1618* Book trade regulations and incorporation of the Parisian book trade (France) Commentary: [1]
1643* Establishment of the First Printing House in Norway (Scandinavia)
1649Book trade regulations (France)
1686* Book trade regulations (France)
1688Establishment of a Printing Press in Iceland (Scandinavia)
1688Laws Concerning Printing, Censorship, and Distribution of Books and Almanacs, Denmark–Norway (Scandinavia)
1725-1726* Pierre-Jacques Blondel's memorandum (France) Commentary: [1]
1748Privilege Granted to the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences to Print Almanacs (Scandinavia)
1775* Stationers' Company v. Carnan (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1778* Pluquet's letters (France) Commentary: [1]
1794* Prussian Statute Book (ALR) (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1814* Court of Cassation on compilations (France) Commentary: [1]
1821* Hegel: Remarks on Intellectual Property (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1841* Report of Lamartine and parliamentary debates on literary property (France)
1869* Court of Cassation on originality (France) Commentary: [1]
189150 Prussian Expert Opinions from 1870-1876 (Germany)