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Re: [ARSCLIST] Did you know ...
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- Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 06:51:33 -0800
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There is a patent on EMI sleeves from the 50s,and 60s,too !As well those from Capitol,RCA,and assorted US labels.
Tom Fine <tflists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: That the plastic-inside-paper LP sleeves used by London/Decca and others in the 1970's and 1980's is
patented? See UK #1072844. Hmm, does that mean that all the generic plastic-in-paper sleeves have to
pay a royalty? I found this out because I noticed a patent number on a London sleeve from 1979 and I
thought it was something to do with their FFRR process. Looked up the number at the UK patent office
and, nope, it's just the inner sleeve.
-- Tom Fine
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