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Establishment of a Printing Press in Iceland, Copenhagen (1688)

Source: Kongelige Rescripter, Resolutioner og Collegialbreve for Danmark og Norge. 2 : 1670-1699, Kjøbenhavn: Gyldendal 1804. Location: National Library of Norway.

Establishment of a Printing Press in Iceland, Copenhagen (1688), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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1688, Royal Edicts

7th April

Permission is granted to the superintendent in Skaholt, Mag. Theodorus Thorlacius and his children, to print Norwegian and Icelandic histories and antiquities, among other theological and ecclesiastical books, in their printing house at the same place.


1688. Kongelige Rescripter,

7. April.

Bevilgning for Superintendenten ved Skalholt, Mag. Theodorus Thorlacius og hans Børn, at maae ved sit Trykkerie sammesteds, iblandt andre theologiske og geistlige Bøger, aleene lade trykke Norske og Islandske Historier og Antiqviteter (r).


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