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  • Multi-part books in which only one part is present. Existing part has a full title page. Catalog the whole thing, or only the part present? Example STC 2327 (D&M 513). We have the NT only. Hamnet 336008


Comments (2)

abilley said

at 10:18 am on Jul 7, 2014

I had this very problem a couple weeks ago! I had to catalog volume 1 of what would normally be a 2 volume set. I chose to catalog only part present to have an accurate representation of the item in our library. Here is the record:


Deborah J. Leslie said

at 12:41 pm on Jul 7, 2014

I agree with your decision, Billey.

I decided to describe the whole Bible, w ith a prominent imperfect note and a local added title entry. The tipping point in my decision? The fact that there is no separate description of the NT in either STC and Darlow & Moule (the standard bibliography of bibles in English). It would have been more confusing in the long run to cite the STC and D&H number in the record, but have the record itself only describe the NT.

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