Expert opinions of the Prussian Literary Experts' Association 1838-1847, Berlin (1848)

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Expert opinions of the Prussian Literary Experts' Association 1838-1847, Berlin (1848), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Collection of Expert opinions of the Royal Prussian Literary Experts' Association

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Sammlung der Gutachten des Königlichen Preußischen Literarischen Sachverständigenvereins

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Author: Ludwig Eduard Heydemann

Publisher: Christian Friedrich Enslin

Year: 1848

Location: Berlin

Language: German

Source: Private Collection

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