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CAT/SET/A Example 4

Multiple volumes; Separate numbering -- non-consecutive

This example shows a non-consecutively numbered, three volume set with no volumes listed in CALL and each volume separately listed in MDES. While we only own the first two volumes, the structure is established based on the numbering for the entire three volume set.

Bibliographic record:

Lange, Morten.
    Macromycetes, by Morten Lange. København, C. A. Reitzels,
  1948-57.
    3 pts. illus., plates, maps. 29 cm. (Meddelelser om Grønland, 
  udg. af Kommissionen for vidensabelige undersøgelser i Grønland. 
  bd. 147, nr. 4, 11; bd. 148, nr. 2)

L.C. CALL NO: QD115.D39 bd. 147, nr. 4, etc.

RLIN holdings screen:

CALL QD115‡b.D39
 VOL
 ANT
 INS T
 FNT

 LOC LSM      LCAL
LVOL
LANT \Pt.1 is Bd.147,nr.4 in ser.; pt.2 is Bd.147,nr.11 in ser.\
LINS N
LFNT
   COP 1           MDES Bd.147,nr.4
   CST C
  CCAL
  SHNT ‡r39030...
   COP 1           MDES Bd.147,nr.11
   CST C
  CCAL
  SHNT ‡r39030...

NOTE: Whenever the LC call number contains a volume number plus "etc.," we can eliminate everything after the base call number in CALL. It is not necessary to use LCAL unless there are other differences between the LC call number and our local call number.

NOTE: In this particular example "Bd.147" is not part of the base call number (even though we only own parts one and two of the title) because part three of the title is in "Bd.148."



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