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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

International Literary Congress in Madrid, Madrid (1887)

Source: Private Collection. Bellido

Citation:
International Literary Congress in Madrid, Madrid (1887), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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                                                      D. Manuel Danvila (ex-libris)
            
            
                        Dedicated to the Spanish Society of Writers
                              and Artists
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      
      
                        STUDY OF THE CONVENTION
                                    [establishing an]
                  
                              INTERNATIONAL UNION
                  
                                    for the protection
                  
                                          of
                  
                                    Literary and Artistic works:
                  
                                          followed by
                  
                              the preliminary project of the Conference
                        held in Berne, the definitive convention from 9
            Sept. 1886, and the Spanish copyright law of 9 Jan. 1879,
                        and the Franco-Spanish copyright convention
                        dated 16 June 1880 for the protection of
                              works of spirit and art
                  
                  
                                                by
            
                                    EDOUARD CLUNET
                                                            
                              AVOCAT A LA COUR DE PARIS
      
                                                PARIS
                                          Marchai et Billard
                              libraires de la Cour de Cassation
                                    27, Place Dauphine
                                                1887




    


                                                            D. Manuel Danvila
            
            
                        Dédié à l'association des Ecrivains
                              et Artistes espagnols
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      
      
                        ÉTUDE SUR LA CONVENTION
                                                d'
                  
                              UNION INTERNATIONALE
                  
                                    pour la Protection
                  
                                          des Oeuvres
                  
                                    Littéraires et Artistiques:
                  
                                          suivie du texte
                  
                              de l'avant-projet de la conférence
                        de Berne de 1883, de la convention définitive du 9
            sept. 1886, de la loi espagnole du 9 jan. 1879 sur la
                  propriété intellectuelle, et de la convention
            franco-espagnole du 16 juin 1880 pour la garantie
                        des œuvres d'esprit et d'art
                  
                  
                                                par
            
                                    EDOUARD CLUNET
                                                            
                              AVOCAT A LA COUR DE PARIS
      
                                                PARIS
                                          Marchai et Billard
                              libraires de la Cour de Cassation
                                    27, Place Dauphine
                                                1887




    


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