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 +====== Provenance data in MARC records ======
 +
 +===== Publications =====
 +
 +  * Tony Curwen and Gunilla Jonsson, '​Provenance and the Itinerary of the book: recording provenance data in on-line catalogues',​ in: [[:​publications:​cerl_papers:​cerl_papers_vii|CERL Papers VII]]: //Imprints and owners: Recording the cultural geography of Europe// (David Shaw, ed.) : Papers presented on 10 November 2006 at the CERL Seminar hosted by the National Széchényi Library, Budapest. (London, Consortium of European Research Libraries, 2007).  ​
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 +  *  [[http://​www.cilip.org.uk/​get-involved/​special-interest-groups/​rare-books/​pages/​default.aspx|CILIP Rare Books and Special Collections Group]]\\ //​Guidelines for the Cataloguing of Rare Books//, 2007 revision of the RBSCG'​s //​Guidelines//,​ first published in 1997. [[http://​www.cilip.org.uk/​get-involved/​special-interest-groups/​rare-books/​bibliographic-standards/​guidlines-for-cataloguing-rare-books/​pages/​index.aspx|Recommendations ​ for MARC21 records]] ​
 +    * [[http://​www.cilip.org.uk/​get-involved/​special-interest-groups/​rare-books/​bibliographic-standards/​guidlines-for-cataloguing-rare-books/​pages/​provenance.aspx|Provenance and binding information:​ recording and indexing]]
 +    * [[http://​www.cilip.org.uk/​get-involved/​special-interest-groups/​rare-books/​bibliographic-standards/​pages/​dcrmb.aspx|From DCRB to DCRM(B)]]
 +
 +
 +
 +===== Mappings =====
 +The table below shows the fields used to record various types of provenance-related data in UNIMARC and MARC21 to identify any significant discrepancies that might affect mapping between the two formats for the Heritage of the Printed Book database. ​
 +
 +**1. The Provenance Note**
 +
 +A note containing provenance information is normally tagged as 317 in UNIMARC and 561 in MARC21.
 +
 +^UNIMARC ^MARC21|
 +| 317 – Provenance Note (R)|561 – Ownership and Custodial History (R)|
 +|      |      |
 +|Indicators:​ blank|First Indicator – Privacy|
 +|      | # - No information provided |
 +|      | 0 – Private |
 +|      | 1 – Not Private |
 +|      | Second Indictor – Undefined |
 +|      |      |
 +| $a – Text of note (NR)|$a – History (NR)|
 +| $u – Uniform Resource Identifier (R)|     |
 +|      | $3 – Materials specified (NR) |
 +| $5 – Institution and copy to which field applies (NR) | $5 – Institution to which field applies |
 +|$6 – Interfield linking data (NR)|$6 – Linkage (NR)|
 +|      |$8 – Field link and sequence number (R)|
 +|      |      |
 +
 +
 +Notes:
 +  * The lack in UNIMARC of an indicator value to designate whether the information in the note is considered ‘private’ or ‘not private’ is not significant,​ in the context of the HPB.  Use of the indicator value ‘blank’ or ‘1’ will insure that the note is displayed in OCLC’s various interfaces.
 +  * UNIMARC does not make use of the concept of a subfield ($3 in MARC21) to indicate that the information in the note applies to a specific portion of the resource being described.
 +  * Field 561 MARC 21 does not contain a $u to allow recording of a URL that could link to an external description of the provenance of an item. It has been requested that it be added.
 +  * Field 561 is not currently indexed in OCLC WorldCat or the Heritage of the Printed Book database - this is under development.
 +
 +
 +**2. Place Name Access related to Provenance**
 +
 +Both UNIMARC and MARC21 provide ways to code place-related information in a structured way.  UNIMARC uses field 621 that is specifically designed (with CERL’s support) for provenance-related place and date information. ​ The ‘place’ aspect of that information can be mapped to either field 662 in MARC21. ​ There is no easily recognized counterpart for the ‘date’ aspect or for the aspects recorded in subfields $e, $g and $h.
 +
 +^UNIMARC ^MARC21|
 +| 621 – Place and Date of Provenance (R)|662 – Subject Added Entry – Hierarchical Place Name (R)|
 +|      |      |
 +| Indicator 1: Type of data |First Indicator – Undefined|
 +|# - Publication or production |     |
 +|1 – Performance |     |
 +|2 – First performance |      |
 +|3 – Recording |     |
 +|4 – Live recording |    |
 +|5 – Remastering| ​   |
 +|0 – Not specified| ​   |
 +|Indicator 2: Presence of data on source| Second Indicator – Undefined|
 +|# - Not applicable / unknown| ​   |
 +|0 – Data not present on source| ​   |
 +|1 – Data present on source| ​   |
 +|      |      |
 +|$a – Country (Nation state) or Larger entity country (NR) | $a – Country or larger entity (R)|
 +|$b – State or Province, etc. (NR)| $b – First-order political jurisdiction (NR)|
 +|$c – Intermediate Political Jurisdiction (NR)|$c – Intermediate political jurisdiction (R)|
 +|$d – City, etc. (NR)|$d – City (R)|
 +|$e – Building, vehicle, etc. (R) |    |
 +|    |$e – Relator term (R)  |
 +|$f – Date 1 (NR)|    |
 +|$g – Season (NR)|    |
 +|$h – Occasion (NR)|    |
 +|$i – Date 2 (NR)|    |
 +|$k – Subsection of city, etc. (R)| $f – City subsection (R)|
 +|$m – Other geographic regions or features (R)| $g – Other nonjurisdictional geographic region and feature (R)|
 +|$n – Extraterrestrial area (R)| $h – Extraterrestrial area (R)|
 +|$o – Geographical areas such as world, hemisphere, continent: larger area than country (R)| (use $a – Country or larger entity)|
 +|$2 – System code (NR)|$2 – Source of heading or term (NR)|
 +|$3 – Authority record number (NR)|$0 – Authority record control number (R)|
 +|   |$4 – Relator code (R)|
 +|$5 – Institution and copy to which the field applies| ​   |
 +|    | $6 – Linkage (NR)|
 +|   | $8 – Field link and sequence number (R)|
 +
 +Note:
 +  * Field 662 is not currently indexed in OCLC WorldCat or the Heritage of the Printed Book database.
 +
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