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Is The Numeric New Testament Open Domain?


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#11 KeepSmiling

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 02:55 PM

Michael,

I searched the Full text of "Catalog of Copyright Entries 1935 Books New Series Vol 32 Pt 1 For the Year 1935" and didn't find anything.
I am looking for other "parts" if this is part 1.
I downloaded and searched the 20170427-copyright-renewals-records.csv and didn't find anything.
They may be the same text in different forms.
You said "1935 U.S, copyright renewal records from 1962, 27 yr renewal date.  It also may not have been renewed."
Where did you get this from?

Thanks : )



#12 anh Mike

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 07:48 PM

You said "1935 U.S, copyright renewal records from 1962, 27 yr renewal date.  It also may not have been renewed."

1935 U.S, 2nd ed. from wikipedia

27 yr renewal date. U.S, copyright renewal law works from 1923 to 63.  Must be renewed that 27th year or PD.


Edited by anh Mike, 14 September 2017 - 07:50 PM.


#13 KeepSmiling

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 12:46 PM

Thank you : )



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Posted 21 September 2017 - 01:41 PM

 Panin, Ivan. The New Testament from the Greek Text as Established by Bible Numerics. Copyright 1913, published 1914, New Haven: Bible Numerics Co., 1914.

Note: http://www.lulu.com/shop/ivan-panin/the-new-testament-bible-numerics/paperback/product-16265762.html CIY Publishing, 2011, provides a facsimile reprint of this English language edition, 1914, reprint 2011.

Note: http://www.ubm1.org/?page=nent Unleavened Bread Ministries provides a reprint, copyright 2010, with their name on the cover of the book as Numeric English New Testament http://www.ubm1.org/books/pdf/NENT.pdf

 

The New Testament In The Original Greek: The Text established by Ivan Panin by means of Bible Numerics. Copyright 1934, published 1935. Reprinted 1975, Agincourt, Ontario, Canada: The Book Society of Canada Limited. Available online from https://www.scribd.c...-Original-Greek
 
Note: http://www.ubm1.org/?page=nent Unleavened Bread Ministries provides a reprint, copyright 2010, with their name on the cover of the book as Numeric Greek New Testament. http://www.ubm1.org/books/pdf/NGNT.pdf

These books by Ivan Panin, with the order of the books re-arranged to follow the conventional Catholic/Protestant order as rearranged by Jerome, are now printed by New England Bible Sales. http://www.newenglandbiblesales.com/products.html

 

The new edition of the printing of the book by Ivan Panin, now for sale from Amazon, has re-arranged the order of the books to follow the conventional Catholic/Protestant order as rearranged by Jerome.

 



#15 anh Mike

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Posted 21 September 2017 - 04:19 PM

The New Testament In The Original Greek: The Text established by Ivan Panin by means of Bible Numerics. Copyright 1934, published 1935. Reprinted 1975, Agincourt, Ontario, Canada: The Book Society of Canada Limited.

 

According to the cover of the book the above is stated incorrectly.   The Book Society of Canada Limited. does not own the copyright but Ivan Panin.  It says copyright 1934 by Ivan Panin (p.4).  

The Book Society of Canada Limited probably reprinted it.  Now one can check the 1914 to the 1934.


Edited by anh Mike, 21 September 2017 - 04:26 PM.


#16 KeepSmiling

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Posted 29 September 2017 - 12:41 PM

Wow!

You guys are amazing. I looked and didn't find any of this.  I found a version Google made. It was the 1914 edition.

 

I think if a book was first copyrighted in the US then regardless of where it's printed US laws apply for renewals and expiration. If it's first copyrighted in another country then because of NAFTA or other international laws the international laws can apply.

 

Good point about who copyrighted it versus who printed it!

 

Thanks so much Olaf and Mike. I will follow the links adn see what I can use : )

 

Again, thanks so much : )



#17 anh Mike

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Posted 29 September 2017 - 01:50 PM

"if a book was first copyrighted in the US then regardless of where it's printed US laws apply for renewals and expiration."

--This is correct as well as simultaneously published in US and another country.  So stated on copyright laws.  Sure another country will take your money but the US decides if it legally binding on the US.

 

Michael





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