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1504* Privilege Granted to Benedetto Bordon (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1556* Privilege Granted to Giovanni Ostaus (Italy) Commentary: [1]
1735The Case of Designers, Engravers, Etchers, &c. (United Kingdom)
1787* Calico Printers' Act (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1793* French Literary and Artistic Property Act (France) Commentary: [1]
1814* Court of Cassation on sculptures (France) Commentary: [1]
1837* Prussian Copyright Act (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1840Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (14 Feb.) (United Kingdom)
1841* Report of Lamartine and parliamentary debates on literary property (France)
1844H.R. 9 (Ingersoll Bill) (United States)
1846* Austrian Copyright Act (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1853* Bluntschli: On Authors' Rights (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1853Blaine's Laws of Artistic Copyright (United Kingdom)
1857* Wächter: 'Publishing Right' (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1870* Copyright Act for the German Empire (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1870* Copinger's Law of Copyright (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1870* Copyright Act (United States)
1876* Copyright Acts for the German Empire regarding works of art, photography, and designs (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1878* Morillot on the author's right (France)
1878Royal Commission on Copyright: Minutes of Evidence (United Kingdom)
189150 Prussian Expert Opinions from 1870-1876 (Germany)