Copyright Pocketbooks , Madrid (1890)

Source: Biblioteca Nacional de España BNE, Sig. 4/130016(Ansorena) and private collection (pocketbooks)

Copyright Pocketbooks , Madrid (1890), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Copyright Pocketbooks

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Libros de bolsillo sobre propiedad intelectual

Copyright pocketbooks mushroomed in Spain throughout the last decade of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century. They might be considered irrelevant for copyright academics. In fact, they were minor books with few or no theoretical insights. However, they were suited for the rapid expansion and communication of copyright law among different audiences.

1 Commentary:

  • Ansorena, L. Tratado de la Propiedad Intelectual en España (Madrid: Sáenz de Jubera Hermanos 1894)

  • García Llanso, A. Manual de la Propiedad Intelectual (Barcelona: Tipografía Luis Tasso, 1901)

  • Soto y Hernández, A. Manual de la Propiedad Literaria y Artística (Madrid: Góngora, 1902)

  • Danvila y Collado, M. La propiedad intelectual: legislación español y extranjera, comentada, concordada y esplicada segun la historia, la filosofia, la jurisprudencia y los tratados (Madrid, Impr. de la Correspondencia de España, 1882)

Related documents in this database:
1859: Casado's PhD on Copyright
1879: Copyright Act
1880: Copyright Regulations
1880: Franco-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty
1880: Anglo-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty
1882: Danvila’s Copyright Treatise
1884: Bilateral Copyright Treaty between Spain and El Salvador
1887: International Literary Congress in Madrid

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Year: 1890

Location: Madrid

Language: Spanish

Source: Biblioteca Nacional de España BNE, Sig. 4/130016(Ansorena) and private collection (pocketbooks)

Persons referred to:
Ansorena, Luis de
García Llansó, Antonio
Soto y Hernández, Antonio

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Institutions referred to:
Madrid Bar

Spanish Copyright Law (1879)
Spanish Copyright Regulations (1880)

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