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Examples Found (Area 2)

Page history last edited by Manon Theroux 8 years, 11 months ago

Area 2 examples found


2A2.2 (Sources of information)

Second edytion

Edition statement from added engraved t.p.

Bib

Image (engraved t.p.)

Image (letterpress t.p.)

Status: Used 3/28/13

MT: Actually, the engraved title page should be the chief source per 0C2.2. I'm going to use these images as an example for 0C2.2 and replace this example with another, below. 5/1/14

 

The deluxe edition

Note: Edition statement from dust jacket.

Bib: http://www.biblioserver.com/newberry/index.php?m=search&id=&ftype=rid&q=76738

Status: Used 5/1/14

 

New 1932 edition

Note: Edition statement from cover

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b16583960~S1

Image

Status: Used 12/1/12

 

New perspective edition including ZIP codes

Note: Edition statement from dust jacket

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11153712~S60

Image:

Status:  
 MT: It seems very unlikely that anyone would use DCRM(C) to describe this 1979 atlas; it doesn't seem very "special". Hoping we can find something more likely. 2/18/13 4/18/13
 

 

Second edition, revised and enlarged

Edition statement from t.p. of appendix

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b10841809~S60

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7321780@N05/8571128286/ 

Status: Used 5/13/13


2B2.1 (Words considered part of the edition statement)

The second edition

Image: http://images.library.yale.edu/shimages/sh-000525.jpg

Status: Used 2/18/13

 

A new edition, revised, corrected, and improved

Image: http://www.archive.org/stream/atlasminimusorne00gibs#page/n5/mode/2up
Status: Used

 

Nunc primum in lucem aedita

MT: Left this DCRM(B) example as is. 2/23/14

 

Additions to 1845

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b18803485~S1

Status: Used 3/10/13
MT: No image, unfortunately, but it seems likely the transcription is correct. 3/10/13

 

In this new edition are added, the descriptions of His Majesties dominions abroad ... 

Bib: http://orbis.library.yale.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=6911322

image
Status: Used 12/15/12

 

Diamond edition

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/08kqt6

Status: Used 4/20/13

 

Ausgabe in 100 Blättern

Image: http://www.atlassen.info/atlassen/flemming/sohha06/picslarge/sohha1874a301.jpg

Status: Used

 

Atlas edition

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/vnkcee

Status: Used 4/21/13

 

Corrected up to August 20, 1888

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/28xy9m

Status: Used 11/11/13


2B2.2 [phrase such as “newly printed”]

RB: I suggest that 2B2.2 does not need a C example. I have searched several times for an edition statement with "newly printed" or something similar, to no avail. 5/4/13

MT: Rather than having no example at all, I doctored the DCRM(B) example to stop after "Newly imprinted" (deleting "and very necessary vnto all youthe"). I left the comment as is. Hope this seems reasonable to everyone. 2/23/14


2B3.1 (Words such as "impression" or "printing")

6te vollständig neue und verbesserte Auflage

Image: http://www.atlassen.info/atlassen/flemming/sohha06/picslarge/sohha1874a301.jpg

Status: Used

 

A new printing

MT: I left this DCRM(B) example as is. 2/23/14


2B4.2.

Main rule

Optional local note: Library's copy: "29th thousand"
Status: Used

 

Optional local note: Library's copy: Number "2" on t.p. indicates 2nd printing

MT: I left this DCRM(B) example as is. 2/23/14

 

Optional local note: Library's copy: "51st-100th"--T.p. verso

MT: I left this DCRM(B) example as is. 2/23/14

 

Optional local note: Library's copy: "Drittes Hundert Tausend" on cover

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/8rt3vo

Status: Used 2/23/14

 

Optional local note: Library's copy: Number line on t.p. verso indicates 3rd printing: "8 7 6 5 4 3 88 89 90 91 92"

MT: I left this DCRM(B) example as is. 2/23/14

 

MT: Deleted need for a C example equivalent to the DCRM(B) "B-O" example. 2/23/14

 

Alternative rule  

29th thousand

Note: The words "29th thousand" taken from cover

Bib record: http://orbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=10582883

Image (of cover)

TF: The bib record has a note about the edition statement taken from the cover. Although this example is for recording a "printing" number (29th thousand) and is not an example of an edition statement, the map belongs to another library in the Yale system, and thus, I cannot change their bib record.
Status: Used 8/30/12
MT: Note that I used this example twice in 2B4.2, once in the Alternative rule as suggested and once in the main rule (2nd paragraph) 8/30/12

 

[3rd printing]

Note: Number line on t.p. verso indicates 3rd printing: "8 7 6 5 4 3 88 89 90 91 92"

MT: I left this DCRM(B) example as is. 2/23/14


2B5.1 No edition statement

 

Note: "Second edition"--[need citation]

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/lv6h72

Status:

MT: Rumsey calls this the 2nd ed. (and on his page for the 1st ed. he talks about some of the differences between them). Can you cite Rumsey? Maybe citing a printed bibliography would be better. The references listed in the Rumsey page are: P1347; Sabin 47432; Ristow p180 (in case anyone has easy access to these). 4/20/13

MT: I guess we don't need this anymore but keeping it here in case we do need it and someone can check the reference. 5/18/13

 

Note: Described in: The mapping of the world / Rodney W. Shirley. London : Holland Press, 1983. No. 255, state 4.

Bib Record: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/4936523

Status: Used 5/18/13

MT: It's not clear to me if this example belongs in the main rule or the alternative rule. Because it involves a state rather than an edition, I'm thinking it should be the alternative?  5/18/13

MT: No, this is where the differing definitions of "state" (book vs. map) can be confusing. I see that LC has State 2 <http://lccn.loc.gov/87690702> and separate bib records are definitely called for because the s.o.r. and 260 field differ substantially. I made the example read: 

Note: "State 4"--Shirley

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in R.W. Shirley's The mapping of the world)

 

Note: First state, based on plate mark that runs off top of page--Burden.

Bib record: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/3936369 

Status: Used 5/18/13

MT: It's not clear to me if this example belongs in the main rule or the alternative rule. Because it involves a state rather than an edition, I'm thinking it should be the alternative? Also, it seems strange to describe a map as being on a "page" - should it be "sheet" instead? 5/18/13 

MT: This site uses "sheet" so I think I will too: http://www.bostonraremaps.com/catalogues/BRM0948.HTM

MT: I found an image of the 2nd state here: https://www.raremaps.com/gallery/detail/32484/Tierra_Nueva_New_England/Ruscelli.html

It looks like there is no substantial difference between them other than the plate mark, so according to App. E we would use a single bib record by default (and the note would be a LOCAL note). However, this means we can use this example to illustrate the alternative rule. I've done it as follows. 5/18/13:

[State 1]

Note: The first state, with the plate mark extending off the top of the sheet; see Burden

(Comment: A separate note is used to provide a full citation for the reference to the published description in P.D. Burden's The mapping of North America)


2B5.2. (statement referring to another edition)

"A new edition of the ʻSchool and college atlas of ancient geography,ʼ projected and executed by the late A. Keith Johnston"--Pref.

Bib: http://oskicat.berkeley.edu/record=b11066092~S1
Status:

RB: I know we don't need another example here, but this one seems to fit the bill. Ignore, if you want.

MT: I don't think it does fit. "A new edition" in this case seems to refer to the publication being cataloged. The "School and college atlas of ancient geography" is what refers to the previous edition. 2/18/13

MT: I just used the DCRM(B) example. 5/18/13


2B6. Edition statements that are grammatically inseparable parts of other areas

Spruner-Menke atlas antiquus / Karoli Spruneri opus tertio edidit Theodorus Menke.

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b13925708~S1

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/mvao4d

Status:

MT: Does this example work? Or is the edition information separable? 7/7/13

 

Bohemiae Regnum in XII Circulos divisum : cum Com. Glac. et Distr. Egerano ceterisq[ue] circumjacentibiis terris / ex Müllerianis aliisq[ue] chorographicis subsidys delineatum nunc noviter revisum et emendatius per Homannianos Heredes.

Bib

Image

Status:

MT: Does this example work? Or is the edition statement separable? I don't trust my rudimentary Latin. I appreciate that people are finding examples in bib records (both here and the example above) but the Latin skills of the person who created these bib records might be as bad as mine, so I'd prefer it if someone who definitely knows their Latin could sign off on these. 11/11/13  

 

Map of the middle British colonies in North America, first published by Mr. Lewis Evans of Philadelphia in 1755, and since corrected and improved, as also extended, with the addition of New England and bordering parts of Canada from actual surveys now lying at the Board of Trade

Bib

Image

Status: Used 4/18/13; Deleted 5/17/14  

MT: I made the title proper stop after "America" and included the statement of responsibility. Although I went ahead and used this, I guess I do have a nagging worry that maybe one could consider this to have a separable edition statement.

[??]: Couldn't you do this?:

245 Map of the middle British colonies in North America / by T. Pownall ...

250 First published by Mr. Lewis Evans of Philadelphia in 1755, and since corrected and improved, as also extended, with the addition of New England and bordering parts of Canada from actual surveys now lying at the Board of Trade.

500 Edition statement appears between title and statement of responsibility.

Or this:

245 Map of the middle British colonies in North America 

250 First published by Mr. Lewis Evans of Philadelphia in 1755, and since corrected and improved, as also extended, with the addition of New England and bordering parts of Canada from actual surveys now lying at the Board of Trade / by T. Pownall ...

MT: Yes, that is what I meant when I said that maybe one could consider this example to have a separable edition statement (and then it wouldn't fit the rule). 5/16/13

MT: Deleted this example since it is so ambiguous and we now have an unambiguous one below. 5/17/14

 

A mapp of the kingdom of Ireland : newly corrected & improv'd by actual observations : divided into its provinces, counties, & baronies, and supply'd with many market towns & other places of note omitted in former mapps ... : together with plans of the citys and fortified towns / as allso a short description of the kingdom by Henry Pratt ; to this map is added a large index of the measur'd distances of ev'ry town from Dublin, of the burroughs, barracks, and post towns with many other improuements and emendations.

Tabula Hiberniæ novissima et emendatissima

Both from: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/584397

LSC: I cannot find an image of this item.

Status:

 

Army and navy edition of Cram's quick reference atlas and gazetteer of the world

Image: http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009025842

Status: Used 5/17/14


2B7. Transposition of edition statements

New and improved edition

Note: Edition statement at head of title page

Image: http://usm.maine.edu/maps/stes/default/files/daronson/exhibition/exhibition-image/23_1.jpg

Status: Used 5/30/11

 

Nouvellement reveue et corrigée.

Note: Edition statement precedes statement of responsibility.

Image: http://www.swaen.com/antique-map-image-of.php?id=1067

Bib. record: http://neworbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=8225004

Status: See 2C2; I used it there instead, since we didn't have any 2C2 examples yet and we already had one for 2B7. 8/18/12

 

2d. edition

Optional note: Edition statement at head of title

(Comment: A sheet map)

Image: http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll4/id/3875

MT: I don't think we need another example but I came across this by chance and thought I'd add it. 8/19/15

 


2B9.1. Edition statements in more than one language or script

Nouvelle edition 1790, beaucoup ameliorée = Ny och förbättrad uplaga 1790

Image: http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-rm2284-e-cd

Status: Used 4/18/13


2B10. Two or more works with at least one edition statement

Winnipeg & Manitoba street atlas : 4th edition, includes back road atlas ; Manitoba back road atlas : new edition, includes street atlas

(Comment: Two atlases printed on inverted pages and issued as a single volume)

Bibs:
http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b16545576~S1

https://www.library.yorku.ca/find/Record/1989021

Status: Used 2/23/14

MT: I kind of cobbled together this example from the two bib records above. I don't think anyone would use DCRM(C) to catalog a 2007 road atlas but because we seem to be having a lot of trouble finding an example for this one, I went ahead and used it, even though I couldn't find an image. 2/23/14


2C1.1

Nouvelle édition / réduite par M. de Vaugondy en 1772

http://www.raremaps.com/gallery/enlarge/0093em

Status: Used; corrected transcription 6/5/11

 

First American from the latest London edition / corrected and improved by John Melish

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/181h78

Status: Used 5/9/13

 

Corrected to October 1861 / by Henry H. Browne, general insurance surveyor, 14 Wall Street, New York

Bib: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b13985998~S1

Image: http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/id?1695420

Status: Used 12/15/12

 

Corrigée et augmentée en 1780 / par J.N. Buache, géog. ord. du Roi

Bib. record: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/10202408

Image

Status: Used 4/18/13
MT: Note: Bib record has different words following Buache's name; I transcribed what was on the image. 4/18/13

MT: Made "Roi" lower-case. 7/1/13


2C2. Transposition of statements of responsibility not relating to the edition

Le Royaume de France : et ses acquisitions vers les Pays Bas, l'Allemagne, l'Italie et l'Espagne, avecq les pays circomvoisins, &c. / par le Sr. Sanson d'Abbeville geogr. ordre. de Sa Majesté. -- Nouvellement reveue et corrigée

Note: The Sanson statement appears in the cartouche after the edition statement

(Comment: Statement of responsibility applies to all editions)

Image: http://www.swaen.com/antique-map-image-of.php?id=1067

Bib. record: http://neworbexpress.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=8225004

Status: Used 8/18/12
MT: Note that the bib record has "etc. ..." rather than "&c." which is either en error in transcription or an indication that the bib record is for a bibliographic variant.

MT: Made "Royaume" lower-case. 7/1/13


2C3. Phrases about notes, appendixes, etc.

2C3.1

A new facsimile edition of the original published in 1825 / with an introduction by Francis Marion Hutson of the Historical Commission of South Carolina ; all maps in the edition were hand coloured by Dan Millsaps, Jr.

Bib: http://lccn.loc.gov/map40000098

Image: http://digital.tcl.sc.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/rma/id/40/rec/2

Status: Used 5/11/14

 

MT: Deleted need for a second example. 6/28/14


2C3.2

Editio secunda qua et ampliores descriptiones & novae tabulae geographicae accesserunt.

[need link to image or reliable bib record]

Status: Used

 

Edition nouvelle, augmenté d'un appendice de plusieurs nouvelles tables et descriptions de diverses regions d'Allemagne, France, Pays Bas, Italie et de l'une et l'autre Inde, le tout mis en son ordre.

http://orbis.library.yale.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrcon.cgi?BBID=3461110

Status: Used

 

Sixth edition / revised by Major-General Sir C.W. Wilson ... to which is added a new geographical index

Status: used 6/28/14

MT: This is a made-up example. I took this edition statement:

https://archive.org/stream/bibleatlasofmaps00claruoft#page/ii/mode/2up

and added the made-up phrase "to which is added a new geographical index". 6/28/14 


2D1. (Statement relating to a named revision of an edition)

The second edition, Reprinted with a new preface

(Comment: Statement indicates the publication is a revision of the second edition)

Status: Used
MT: This example had been in DCRM(B) and we just grandfathered it in. I changed it from "third" to "second" to make it a more different from the example below. 4/9/13

 

3d. edition, Carefully revised and additions made in 1848

(Comment: Statement indicates the publication is a revision of the third edition)

Image: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/rxmn42

Status: Used 4/9/13

MT: This was map was published several times as the "3d" edition but with a different date in the revision statement each time. For example, here is the one with an 1839 revision statement: http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/z8r07n  4/9/13


To be added somewhere??

A chart of the coast of America : from New York and Philadelphia to the Strait or Gulf of Florida, and from thence to the Mississippi, [1856]

Bib/image: http://catalog.nypl.org/record=b14915642~S1

Status:

MT: Not sure what to do with! Reads:

A new edition, corrected & improved
By J.W. Norie, hydrographer, &c. 1837
Additions 1856
Accompanied by a book of sailing directions
 

RB: Attempt...

245 A chart of the coast of America : from New York and Philadelphia to the Strait or Gulf of Florida, and from thence to the Mississippi.

250 A new edition / corrected & improved by J.W. Norie, hydrographer, &c. 1837 ; additions 1856 ; accompanied by a book of sailing directions.

MT: At the NYC meeting in Dec 2012, we had settled on something like this:

245 A chart of the coast of America : from New York and Philadelphia to the Strait or Gulf of Florida, and from thence to the Mississippi / by J.W. Norie, hydrographer, &c. 1837

250 A new edition, corrected & improved, Additions 1856

500 "Accompanied by a book of sailing directions".

500 On map, the hydrographer's name appears between the "edition" statement and the "additions" statement.

That is because Norie was responsible for the only two editions of the map that we could find (1837 and 1856) and the 1837 edition had also been called "A new edition ..." (possibly indicating that it was based on earlier maps that Norie had drawn that were published by Heather) so the phrase "Additions, 1856" seems to be functioning as a "statement relating to a named revision of an edition". We thought the DCRM(C) example would go under 2D1, so that section would look something like this:

2D. Statement relating to a named revision of an edition

2D1. If the material is a named revision of an edition, transcribe the statement relating to that revision as instructed in 2B.

The third edition, Reprinted with a new preface

(Comment: Statement indicates the publication is a revision of the third edition)

A new edition, corrected & improved, Additions 1856

(Comment: Statement indicates the publication is a revision of the "new edition")

Does that seem reasonable? 

LSC:  Manon, isn't the way this is now treated a case of a transposed edition statement? If so, should there be some ellipses and a note to the effect that the edition statement has been transposed?  Does the question of a named revision of an edition now become pointless?  After looking at the item, I would agree with putting the "Accompanied by a sailing guide" in a note. I can live with Randy's solution, except that your research indicates that the statement of responsibility seems to relate to the work, not just the edition.

MT: Yes, this is a case of a transposition and a note to that effect would be required in the full MARC record (though no ellipses would be called for). I did provide a transposition note in the brief mock-up of the bib record above (On map, the hydrographer's name appears between the "edition" statement and the "additions" statement). I think it's cataloger's choice whether to say the hydrographer or the edition statement is the transposed element. However, for the purposes of using this example in 2D1, we would not include a transposition note. We only include such a note when we are explicitly illustrating a rule that calls for transposition notes. 2/1/8/13 

MT: We already have two examples under 2D1, so I guess we can just ignore this one! 4/18/13  


2E. Statements of responsibility relating to a named revision of an edition

2E1.

A map of the state of Virginia, reduced from the nine sheet map of the state in conformity to law by Herman Böye. 1828. Corrected by order of the executive by L.V. Buchholtz. 1859

Image: http://www.raremaps.com/gallery/enlarge/32012

LSC: I am not sure how this should be treated, perhaps under 2B6??  5/16/2013

Status:

MT: I don't think this example fits 2E1 - it isn't a named revision of an edition. I also don't think it fits 2B6, which is for edition statements that are grammatically inseparable parts of other areas. The example here is a separable statement. I think it would simply go under 2C1.1 but we already have plenty of examples there.  I've copied below links to LC's bib and image (which is a little easier to read than the one given in the link above). 11/11/13

Bib: http://lccn.loc.gov/99464501

Image: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g3880.ct001508

 

Répresentation des astres sur XXXIV planches en taille douce suivant l'Atlas celeste de Flamseed [sic] ... / Gravé par Dan. Berger. Ed. de Paris. Corrigée avec soin et augmentée des nouvelles observations des astronomes avec une insruction [sic] sur la manière de s'en servir, et un catalogue complet d'étoiles, par J.E. Bode.

No image found

Bib record

Status:

TF: I'm not entirely sure this is kosher for this rule. 4/30/14

MT: Me either. I think Brown's record is a little odd (and we don't have an image to confirm the transcription anyway).

Here is Yale's bib and it doesn't treat this as an edition statement: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/10444020

I found an image for the German version here: http://lhldigital.lindahall.org/cdm/ref/collection/astro_atlas/id/3179

and LC's bib for a facsimile of that version:

These sources all point to Bode being the creator, though he based his work on Flamsteed's. 6/28/14

 

Third edition, The second revision / with considerable additions and an appendix by George Wither

Status: used 6/28/14

MT: I just kept the DCRM(B) example here, since it didn't seem too obviously book-centric. I gave up on finding a real example for this. I think it must be one of those things that is more common to find with books. If anyone wants to substitute a made-up example, that would be fine too. 6/28/14

 

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