Engravers' Copyright Act, London (1766)

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Engravers' Copyright Act, London (1766), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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An act to amend and render more effectual an act made in the eighth year of the reign of King George the Second, for encouragement of the arts of designing, engraving, and etching, historical and other prints; and for vesting in, and securing to, Jane Hogarth widow, the property in certain prints, 1766, 7 Geo. III, c.38

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1735: Engravers' Copyright Act
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1735: Engravers' Copyright Act (parchment copy)
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Publisher: N/A

Year: 1766

Location: London

Language: English

Source: Durham University Library

Persons referred to:
George II
George III
Hogarth, Jane
Hogarth, William

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Cases referred to:

Institutions referred to:
House of Commons
House of Lords

Engravers' Copyright Act, 1735, 8 Geo.II, c.13

architecture, protected subject matter
duration, post mortem term
engravings, protected subject matter
maps, protected subject matter

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