Bretón de los Herreros' Copyright Contract, Madrid (1862)

Source: Archivo Histórico de Protocolos Notariales de Madrid, T-28932 f.557r -559v

Bretón de los Herreros' Copyright Contract, Madrid (1862), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Bretón de los Herreros' Copyright Contract

Full title original language:
Venta y cesión de varias obras dramáticas, otorgada por Manuel Bretón de los Herreros a favor de Vicente de la Lama, editor


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  • Aguilera Sastre, J. “Manuel Bretón de los Herreros y las políticas teatrales de su época” in Muro, M. A., (coord.), La obra de Manuel Bretón de los Herreros: II Jornadas Bretonianas: Logroño, 2 al 5 de marzo de 1999 (Logroño, Instituto de Estudios Riojanos, 2000) pp. 117-139

  • Martínez Martín, J. A. Vivir de la pluma. La profesionalización del escritor 1836-1936 (Madrid, Marcial Pons, 2009)

  • Roca de Togores, M. Bretón de los Herreros, recuerdos de su vida y de sus obras (Madrid, Imp. Tello, 1883)

  • Surwillo, L. The Stages of Property: Copyrighting Theatre in Spain (Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2007)

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1752: Privilege Tranfers: Contract between Antonio Sanz and his bookseller
1837: Royal Order on Dramatic Copyright
1847: Literary Property Act
1895: Núñez de Arce’s Will

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Year: 1862

Location: Madrid

Language: Spanish

Source: Archivo Histórico de Protocolos Notariales de Madrid, T-28932 f.557r -559v

Persons referred to:
Bretón de los Herreros , Manuel
García, Dionisio
Gola, Cayetano
Hortiz, Anselmo Manuel
Lalama, Vicente de
Márquez, José

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Cases referred to:

Institutions referred to:

Spanish Literary Property Act (1847)

book market
dramatic works

Responsible editor: Bellido, Xalabarder & Casas Vallès

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