Augsburg Printers' Ordinance, Augsburg (1713)

Source: Augsburg Staats- und Stadtbibliothek A6 Nr. 1119.

Augsburg Printers' Ordinance, Augsburg (1713), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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A Most Honourable and Most Wise Council's of the Holy Empire's Town Augspurg Printers' Ordinance

Full title original language:
Eines Wohl=Edlen und Hochweisen Raths deß Heil. Reichs Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augspurg Buchdrucker=Ordnung Im Jahre Christi 1713

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1660: Frankfurt Printers' Ordinance

Author: Augsburg City Council

Publisher: N.N.

Year: 1713

Location: Augsburg

Language: German

Source: Augsburg Staats- und Stadtbibliothek A6 Nr. 1119.

Persons referred to:
Ayblinger, Franz Ulrich
Charles VI of Habsburg
Schönborn, Friedrich Karl Count von

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Cases referred to:

Institutions referred to:
Augsburg City Council
Aulic Council (Reichshofrat) of the H.R.E. (Vienna)
Imperial Supreme Court (Reichskammergericht, Wetzlar)

Augsburg Printers' Ordinance 1713
Imperial Statute Book (Reichspolizeiordnung) 1577

Reformation, the
book fairs
book trade
censorship, pre-publication
employer/employee relations
guild regulation
learning, the advancement of
licensing, Approbation
licensing, Imprimatur
penalties, paid to fiscal authorities
penalties, paid to publisher(s)
printing, history of
religious works

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