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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 35, August 27, 2006, Article 7

RULES ON PUBLISHING NUMISMATIC PHOTOS FROM OTHER SOURCES

Bob Knepper writes: "Can someone please tell me, or is there a
reference to the legal and practical rules for using pictures
from books and auction catalogs in a new book?

I am very slowly working on a compilation of my specialty: "wildmen"
on coins, medals, notgeld, shooting cups, beer (labels + coasters +
steins), coats-of-arms, statues, postcards, etc.  For my first draft
I just copy from any available source.  The book is not expected to
be a money-making effort but I hope that it doesn't cost "too" much.
What do I need to do when I am closer to having 100 printed?

I could photograph examples from my collection but the published
examples are often in better condition than mine, and they have
some that I do not."

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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