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Regulations and Rules for the Printing Industry in Sweden, Stockholm (1752)

Source: Kongl. Maj:ts Nådige Förordning Och REGLEMENTE För Boktryckerne i Riket. Gifwit Stockholm i Råd-Camaren then 12. Aug. 1752. SIDERHOLM, Tryckt uti Kongl. Tryckeriet, Hos Directeuren PET. MOMMA.

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Regulations and Rules for the Printing Industry in Sweden, Stockholm (1752), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
His Majesty's Regulations and Rules for the Printing Industry in the Kingdom.

Full title original language:
Kongl. Maj:ts Nådige Forordning Och Reglemente För Boctryckeriene i Riket.

Abstract:
The purpose of this ordinance, which applied to all book printers in the Swedish realm, was to organise book printers into the Swedish Printer's Society. The document laid down specific rules relating to privileges, the business of printing and the organisation of the society. Among other things, it states that printed works consisting of less than ten or twelve printed sheets were protected against reprinting, even if they were published without a privilege.

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1752: Regulations and Rules for the Printing Industry in Sweden

Author: Adolf Frederick

Publisher: Kongl. Tryckeriet

Year: 1752

Location: Stockholm

Language: Swedish

Source: Kongl. Maj:ts Nådige Förordning Och REGLEMENTE För Boktryckerne i Riket. Gifwit Stockholm i Råd-Camaren then 12. Aug. 1752. SIDERHOLM, Tryckt uti Kongl. Tryckeriet, Hos Directeuren PET. MOMMA.

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Keywords:
book trade
employer/employee relations
letters
manuscript
penalties
privileges, printing
reprints
societies, authors’
societies, publishers’

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