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4480 For examples, see 4.5.2.

For older monographic resources:

The name or names of a printer or printers is given in the same way as the name or names of the publisher, printer, etc.

For examples, see 4.4.2.

4.5.3 When multiple names of printers or manufacturers are given, the same punctuation is used as for multiple names of publishers, producers and/or distributors.

4.5-ISBD 4.6 Date of printing or manufacture 4.6.1 When the date of printing or manufacture is given in place of an unknown date of publication, production or distribution (see 4.3.7), it is not repeated here.

4490 For older monographic resources:

The date of printing is given as a separate element only when it does not appear on the prescribed source of information for the date of publication, production, and/or distribution, and when it differs from that date.

4.6.2 When the date of printing or manufacture differs from known dates already given (date of publication, production and/or distribution, or copyright date), the date of printing or manufacture may also be given (see also 4.3.7).

Example, cop. 1960 (reprinted 1984) 4.6.3 The date of printing or manufacture may be given either as an element following the name of 4500 the printer or manufacturer or by itself. In the latter case a word or brief phrase is added to clarify the date.

Examples. London : Arts Council of Great Britain, 1976 (Twickenham : CTD Printers, 1974). Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1949 (1968 printing). London : Hutchinson, 1968 (1971 printing). Zagreb : Stvarnost, [1977] (Zagreb : Vjesnik, 1976). Budapest : Akadmiai K., 1977- (Debrecen : Alfldi Ny., 1978- ). Paris : F. Nathan, 1976 (imprim en 1977)-. Amiens : Association d'tude et de cartographie rgionale, 1975 (Amiens : Yvert, 4510 1976), [1980], p 1973 (manufactured 1979), 1786 (1788 reprint) Note: Date of reprinting given in the preface, 1786 ([1788 reprint]) Note: Date of reprinting taken from the publisher's archives For older monographic resources:

If the date of reprinting appears on the title page it is recorded as part of the date of publication element (see 4.3.4).

4.6-ISBD 2010 4520 5 PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION AREA Introductory note The physical description area includes the specific material designation and extent, other physical details, the dimensions, and the accompanying material statement. The elements are defined in the glossary.

The physical resource described is the resource as issued by the publisher. If it is known or believed that the resource has been modified (e.g. bound or trimmed) subsequent to publication, the information given in area 5 is for the resource as published and the information about the modification is treated as relating to the copy in hand and given in area 7 (see 7.11).

For older monographic resources:

The purpose of the physical description is to support identification by recording the 4530 bibliographic format, the total number and order of sequences of pages or leaves in a resource, and by recording as far as can be established the number of plates and inserts and accompanying material belonging to a resource. Further, it is intended to provide an unambiguous instrument for reference to specific pages or leaves.

The physical description is based on the total number of gatherings and additional leaves in the resource described as it is assumed to have been issued by the publisher.

Contents 5.1 Specific material designation and extent 5.2 Other physical details 5.3 Dimensions (for older monographic resources: Format and/or dimensions) 4540 5.4 Accompanying material statement Prescribed punctuation A. The physical description area is preceded by a point, space, dash, space (. ).

B. The first statement regarding other physical details is preceded by a space, colon, space ( : ).

C. The dimensions statement is preceded by a space, semicolon, space ( ; ).

D. Each accompanying material statement is preceded by a space, plus sign, space ( + ).

E. Extent, other physical details, and dimensions of accompanying material, if given, are enclosed in parentheses ( ( ) ).

Punctuation patterns. Specific material designation (extent) ; dimensions 4550. Specific material designation (extent) : other physical details statement ;

dimensions + accompanying material statement (extent of accompanying material :

other physical details of accompanying material ; dimensions of accompanying material) 5-5 ISBD For older monographic resources:

The format and/or dimensions statement is preceded by a space, semicolon, space ( ; ).

Dimensions following the format are enclosed in parentheses (( )).

Prescribed source The whole resource.

5-ISBD 2010 5.1.25.1.4560 5.1 Specific material designation and extent Mandatory 5.1.1 The first element of the physical description area names and numbers the physical unit or units constituting the resource, adding other measures of extent as appropriate. The terms used as specific material designations are not prescribed and may be given in terms appropriate to the resource being described and the language of the description. Terms may be abbreviated.

For printed texts, see 5.1.4.

5.1.2 The number of physical units constituting a resource is given in arabic numerals with the specific material designation. If the resource is still being issued or the number of units is unknown, the number of physical units is not given.

4570 Exception: for printed texts in one volume, the number of physical units is not given. The extent statement consists of the pagination of the volume (see 5.1.4).

Examples. 36 slides. 3 stereograph reels. 1 atlas. 2 diagrams. 1 map. 1 globe. 2 scores 4580. 4 parts. 1 folder. 1 broadsheet. vol.

. 3 vol.

. 2 portfolios. 1 computer disk. 1 CD-ROM. 1 DVD. 1 score (37 p.) + 4 parts on 1 CD-ROM 4590. 2 electronic tape cassettes. 120 no.

. 2 drawings 5.1-5 ISBD. 10 postcards. 3 posters. 1 photograph. 1 microfilm reel If the number of physical units does not equal the number of bibliographic units, an explanation may be given in area 7, unless the numbering of the physically separate units is given on the second level of a multilevel description (see Appendix A), or in a contents note (see 7.7).

4600 Examples. 5 vol.

Note: Volumes numbered 1, 2A, 2B, 2C,. 5 vol.

Note: 8 vol. in. 6 vol.

Note: The title page of the sixth volume bears the designation Bde 6-7" If the specific material designation does not convey an accurate description of the extent of the physical carriers, a compound statement is given.

. 3 maps on 1 sheet 4610. 1 map on 2 sheets. 20 maps on 2 CD-ROMs. 1 score in 8 vol.

. 1 atlas in 2 vol.

For multimedia resources, sound recordings, videorecordings, and still and moving images:

If equipment of a particular technical system or format is required to use a resource, this information may be recorded in parentheses after the specific material designation.

Examples. 1 sound cassette (Elcaset) 4620. 1 videocassette (VHS). 1 videoreel (Ampex 7003). 1 sound disc (Cook binaural). 24 slides (3M Talking Slide) For updating looseleafs:

An updating looseleaf is described by adding (looseleaf) or an equivalent term in the language chosen by the cataloguing agency to the specific material designation.

5.1-ISBD 2010 5.1.35.1.Examples. vol. (looseleaf) Editorial comment: Publication still in progress.

4630. 3 vol. (looseleaf) Editorial comment: Publication complete.

For multimedia resources:

For multimedia resources, the components are named and numbered in succession.

Example. 3 filmstrips, 1 map, 13 rocks and minerals, 1 wallchart Alternatively:

a) multimedia resource may be used as a specific material designation Example. 1 multimedia resource 4640 or b) a separate physical description area may be given for each component. This method should be used only when the materials are few in number and a full physical description for each component is considered important to users of the catalogue.

Example. 3 filmstrips (96 fr.) : col. ; 35 mm. 1 map : col. ; 25 x 25 cm, folded to 10 x 18 cm. 13 rocks and minerals ; in container 14 x 9 x 2 cm. 1 wallchart : col. ; 48 x 90 cm, folded to 24 x 15 cm 5.1.3 Extent The statement of extent consists of the number of subunits of a resource (i.e. the number of pages, leaves, 4650 sheets, frames, pieces, etc.), and (where applicable) the playing time (see 5.1.5). The statement of extent is given after the specific material designation and enclosed in parentheses, except for printed texts in one volume. The statement of extent follows the guidelines in 5.1.4.

Examples. 1 folder (6 p.). 1 portfolio (26 leaves). 1 flipchart (8 sheets). 1 filmstrip (44 fr.). 1 filmstrip (6 double fr.). 4 filmstrips (220 fr.) 4660. 1 stereograph reel (7 pairs of fr.) 5.1-5 ISBD. 1 score (329 p.). 1 vocal score (259 p.). 1 part (32 p.) Editorial comment: A separately published part.

. 1 miniature score (146 p.). 1 short score (21 leaves). 1 choir book (240 p.). 1 sheet (2 p.) For multimedia resources, sound recordings, videorecordings, and still and 4670 moving images:

No distinction is made between numbered and unnumbered sequences of sheets, frames, etc. (i.e. numbers supplied by the cataloguing agency are given without square brackets).

For numbered sequences of sheets, frames, etc., the number on the last numbered sheet, frame, etc., of each numbered sequence is recorded, irrespective of whether this total includes any unnumbered sequences (e.g. title frames, end frames and interspersed noncontent frames of a filmstrip).

For transparencies with overlays:

For a set of transparencies with overlays, the presence of overlays is indicated but their number may be omitted.

4680 Examples. 1 transparency (4 unattached overlays). 12 transparencies (with overlays) For filmstrips:

For a set of filmstrips, the statement of frame characteristics should be retained where appropriate even though no statement regarding the number of frames is recorded.

Example. 3 filmstrips (double fr.) For electronic resources:

The extent of a resource available by remote access may be given when the information is 4690 known and considered important to users of the catalogue.

If readily available, the total file size using the appropriate level (bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, etc.) may be given. If given, it is enclosed in parentheses.

Examples. 1 map (5.2 MB) on 1 CD-ROM 5.1-ISBD 2010 5.1.4.1.35.1.4.1.. 3 maps (600 kilobytes) Editorial comment: Remote access.

5.1.4 Pagination statement5.1.4.1 Resources in one physical unit 5.1.4.1.1 If the leaves in a resource are numbered on both sides, the extent of the resource is described 4700 in terms of pages. If the leaves are numbered on one side only, the extent of the resource is described in terms of leaves. If the number of pages or leaves gives a false impression of the extent of a resource, this may be explained in area 7 (see 7.5.1).

Examples 80 p.

Note: Versos of pages blank 56 leaves Note: Leaves printed on both sides 5.1.4.1.2 If a resource consists of numbered columns instead of pages, the extent is given in terms of columns. If there are more than two columns to a page, this fact is stated in area 7.

4710 Example. 831 columns For older monographic resources:

The total number of pages or leaves is given, enclosed in square brackets or in area 7.

Example. 840 columns on [420] p.

or. 840 columns on [210] leaves 5.1.4.1.3 The number on the last numbered page, leaf, column, sheet or frame of each numbered sequence is given. Numerals, arabic and roman, are recorded as found on the resource. When the pages 4720 or leaves are lettered instead of numbered, the first and last letters are given and are preceded by the word or abbreviation indicating pages or leaves.

Examples. 328 p.

. iv, 328 p.

. 16 leaves, 328 p.

. 328 p., 52 columns The term pagination is used to designate any sequence of pages, leaves, columns, sheets, frames, etc.

5.1-5 ISBD. 32, 328, 40, 16 p.

. P. a-h. P. A-H 4730. Leaves A-H. P. A-H, 128 p.

When the resource contains more than one numbered or lettered sequence of different types (e.g. columns and pages) and the second, etc., sequence continues the numbering or lettering of the preceding sequence, the first and last numbers or letters of the second, etc., sequence are given preceded by the word or abbreviation for pages, leaves or columns.

Example. 320 columns, p. 321-When the numeration in arabic numerals continues that of the roman numerals, the numeration of the whole sequence is given in arabic numerals.

4740 Example. 328 p.

Editorial comment: a resource with 16 pages numbered i-xvi and 312 pages numbered 17-328.

For older monographic resources:

If the numeration in arabic numerals continues that of the roman numerals, the numeration of the whole sequence may be given in arabic numerals, or alternatively, the arabic and roman sequences may be given.

Example. 328 p.

or 4750. xvi p., p. 17-5.1.4.1.4 When the number of the last numbered page, leaf, column, sheet, frame, etc., of a sequence is incorrect, it is given as on the resource. The correct number is given, enclosed in square brackets, with an explanatory note if considered important to users of the catalogue, or the sequences of pagination are given exactly to indicate the source of the error.

Examples. xiv, 823 [i.e. 328] p.

Note: P. 328 misnumbered. xiv, 832 [i.e. 848] p.

Note: P. 161-176 are repeated in the numeration 4760 or. xiv p., p. 1-176, 161-Editorial comment: An alternative to the previous example.

. 1 filmstrip (64 [i.e. 46] fr.) 5.1-ISBD 2010 5.1.4.1.55.1.4.1.5.1.4.1.5 Unnumbered sequences of pages or leaves are given only when they constitute the whole or a substantial part of the resource (but see 5.1.4.1.8 for leaves of plates). If unnumbered sequences constitute the whole or a substantial part of the resource, they are given in the terms used for the numbered sequences as arabic numerals enclosed in square brackets.

Examples. 329 p.

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