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Company (a large "book trust" of cheap reprinters that Lovell
while "rival and unauthorized" reprinters competed to sell the
They asked how the American reading public could know they were getting the full and accurate texts of British works, when American reprinters could abridge or rewrite at will.
To bring some measure of regulation and propriety to these practices, publishers began to observe "what they called a `courtesy copyright,' in which the American reprinter [of a work first published abroad] had sole rights if he was the first to produce a book in this country.
The much deeper pockets of the reprinters derived from the fact that the cover price of their product was roughly ten times its cost, about twice the ratio for a hardcover book.
Simrock and the subsequent German reprinters punched the eighth notes adjacent but sometimes overlapping with the held note.