|A series title statement when the series statement and the controlled added entry form of the series title are the same. Field 440 is both a series statement and a series added entry. When a 440 field is present, a corresponding field 830 (Series Added Entry–Uniform Title) is not used since it would duplicate the 440 field. See " 4xx Introduction" for more information. |
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For unpublished and manuscript material, do not use field 440 since series statements do not apply under AACR2.
| Undefined. The 1st indicator position is undefined and contains a blank ( ). |
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| Nonfiling characters. The number of character positions associated with a definite or indefinite article (e.g., An or The) at the beginning of a title and that are disregarded in sorting and filing processes. |
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| 0 || No nonfiling characters. No initial article character positions are disregarded. Use value 0 if the title does not begin with an article. |
|440 || ||0 ||Collection africaine |
Diacritical marks or special characters at the beginning of a series statement field that does not begin with an initial article are not counted as nonfiling characters.
|440 || ||0 ||"I can finish it" series |
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| 1-9 || Number of nonfiling characters present. A field begins with a definite or indefinite article that is disregarded in sorting and filing processes. Enter the number of characters in the article, plus spaces, punctuation, diacritical marks and special characters that precede the first significant word. |
Any diacritical mark or special character associated with the first filing character is not included in the count of nonfiling characters.
|440 || ||4 ||The Pediatric clinics of North America ; ‡v v. 2, no. 4 |
| ‡a Title ||The title proper of the series, excluding the numbering or title of a part. |
|440 || ||0 ||Bahrain surface materials resources survey 1:50,000 ; ‡v map 5 |
| ‡n Number of part/section of a work ||The number designation for a part/section of a series forming part of the title. Generally, code a number designation without a corresponding title of the part in subfield ‡v. |
|440 || ||0 ||Journal of polymer science. ‡n Part C, ‡p Polymer symposia ; ‡v no. 39 |
| ‡p Name of part/section of a work ||The title of a part/section of a series. |
|440 || ||0 ||Janua linguarum. ‡p Series maior, ‡x 0075-3114 ; ‡v 100 |
| ‡v Volume number/ sequential designation ||The volume number or other sequential designation used in conjunction with the series statement. |
|440 || ||0 ||Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis. ‡p Stockholm economic studies ; ‡v new ser., 7 |
| ‡x International Standard Serial Number ||The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) for a series. The ISSN is an agency-assigned data element. |
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Note: Do not enter the designation ISSN in subfield ‡x.
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Pre-AACR2 records. Enter subfield ‡x after subfield ‡v.
|440 || ||4 ||The critical idiom ; ‡v 24 ‡x 0309-2030 |
AACR2 records. Enter subfield ‡x before subfield ‡v.
|440 || ||0 ||Russian titles for the specialist, ‡x 0305-3741 ; ‡v no. 78 |
Note: When an item contains an ISSN for the series, but lacks a series title, the ISSN may be recorded in field 500 (General Note).
|Field 440 prints following the physical description and as an added entry. See " 4xx Introduction" for more information. |
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The print program provides the designation ISSN before the number in printed series statements. The ISSN does not print in the series tracing or added entry.
Pre-AACR2 records. Internal punctuation in field 440 prints as input.
AACR2 records. The print program suppresses the comma that follows the series title (subfields ‡a, ‡n and ‡p) and inserts a space-semicolon-space ( ; ) preceding the number (subfield ‡v). The print program supplies a period at the end of the added entry or tracing.
|440 || ||0 ||Yesterday's music, ‡x 4344-1277 ; ‡v no. 56 |
|Yesterday's music ; no. 56. |