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Notes on Field Contents


This field contains notes on this edition of the item or on works related to the item when there is no corresponding linking entry field. This includes previous titles of monographs and continuing resources. It may include a note taken from the item itself. If more than one note is to be recorded, each is entered in a repeated field 305.

Although there are no rules on punctuation in this field, it is recommended that any citations made to other works use ISBD punctuation (EX 1,3) unless they are quotations from the text of the document itself. Any such quotations should be enclosed within quotation marks. (EX 5, 6)


Related Fields


300 GENERAL NOTE

Although field 300 can be used as an alternative to 305, it is recommended that 305 be used for bibliographic history notes when possible.

311 NOTES PERTAINING TO LINKING FIELDS

Field 311 is used for bibliographic history notes related to linking fields.

4-- LINKING ENTRY BLOCK

Certain bibliographic history notes may be generated from 4 ­fields.


Examples


EX 1: 305 ##$aV.2. 2nd ed.

The record relates to a monograph in 3 volumes. Volume 2 alone of the item is in its second edition.

EX 2: 305 ##$aPrevious ed.: 1978

The item was published in 1980. It was previously published in 1978 under the same title.

EX 3: 305 ##$aOriginally published: London : Constable, 1957.

EX 4: 305 ##$aSupersedes: British history illustrated

The title British heritage supersedes British history illustrated. In the UNIMARC record there is no equivalent 4 - ­field, and so field 311 is not used.

EX 5: 305 ##$a"A tentative draft for experimental use, not yet approved by the Committee on Administrative Practice"  ­Pref .

A note is taken from the item itself; the note is entered in quotation marks and the source is noted.

EX 6: 305 ##$a 'Five of the stories were published in the compiler's "T'ai wan pen ti tso chia tuan p'ien hsiao shuo hsun", published in 1972' – CIP data

Since the note is taken from the CIP data in the item, the source is acknowledged.



306   NOTES PERTAINING TO PUBLICATION,
DISTRIBUTION, ETC.

Field Definition


This field contains a note about publication, distribution, etc. of the item.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:   blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:   blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on Field Contents


The field contains data relating to publication and distribution of the item which is not entered in field 210 PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, ETC. When more than one note is to be recorded, each is entered in a repeated field 306.

Related Fields


210 PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, ETC.

Some cataloguing codes relegate distributor and printer to a note, in which case field 306 may be used (EX 1).

620 PLACE AND DATE OF PUBLICATION, PERFORMANCE, ETC

Access point form of the place of publication, distribution, may be entered in field 620.


Examples


EX 1: 306 ##$aThe imprint is false; printed by Ruddiman on the evidence of the ornaments

EX 2: 306 ##$aImprint in volume 3: Tring : Lion Press

The imprint in volume 3 of a three volume work differs from that of the two earlier volumes.

EX 3: 210 ##$aLeipzig$cBey Wolffgang Stürmer zu finden.$d[1610]


306 ##$aColophon: Leipzig / Gedruckt durch Valentin Am Ende. Jm Jahr M.DC.X

307   NOTES PERTAINING TO PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

Field Definition


This field contains a note about the physical description of the item.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable

Notes on Field Contents


The field contains data relating to the physical description of the item which is not entered in field 215 PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION. When more that one note is to be recorded, each is entered in a repeated field 307­

Related Fields


215 PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

The physical description is recorded in a formalized form in field 215.


Examples


EX 1: 307 ##$aContains slide set in pocket

EX 2: 307 ##$aIn slip case

EX 3: 307 ##$aText on lining papers

EX 4: 307 ##$aSignatures: A-G8, H4

The signatures of an early printed book.

EX 5: 307 ##$aPrinted on acid-free paper.




308   NOTES PERTAINING TO SERIES

Field Definition


This field contains a note pertaining to a series of which the item is a part, or a series in which the item has been issued previously.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on Field Contents


This field contains data relating to any series of which the item being recorded is a part. When more than one note is recorded, each is entered in a repeated field 308.

Related Fields


225 SERIES

The title of the series itself is entered in field 225. Any note on this is entered in 308.

410 SERIES

A note may be created by using the series linking entry field.


Examples


EX 1: 308 ##$aPts 1 and 2 in series: African perspective

A record is made for a multi volume monograph in four parts of which parts 1 and 2 only are in a series.

EX 2: 308 ##$aOriginally issued in series: Environmental science series

EX 3: 308 ##$aEach issue individually numbered in series



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