Venetian Decree on Privileges for New Books and Reprints, Venice (1603)

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Venetian Decree on Privileges for New Books and Reprints, Venice (1603), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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1603. On the 11th of May.

With a Ruling by the Most Excellent Gentlemen
Reformatori dello Studio of Padua, regarding
the Art of Printers & Booksellers.

[Emblem of the winged lion
of St Mark

Printed by Antonio Pinelli,

Printer to the Doge.
By St. Maria Formosa, in the Street of the New World.


*) The Consiglio dei Pregadi, established in 1229 was
the Senate of the Venetian Republic.


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