miscatalog

miscatalog

(ˌmɪsˈkætəlɒɡ)
vb (tr)
to enter in a catalogue incorrectly
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Libraries routinely miscatalog this as an 1864 edition because of Bradburn's 1864 copyright notice.
The issues that emerge with miscataloged items call attention to the importance of examining editions as objects that contain as much history in their packaging along with the content of their texts.
(35) While EBB did produce several translations of odes attributed Anacreon, most of these were unpublished, misattributed, or miscataloged up until the publication of the 2010 Pickering and Chatto Works, apart from the "Paraphrase on Anacreon: Ode to the Swallow," published posthumously in Last Poems (1862).
Learning materials might be available, i.e., the library has acquired them, but they are inaccessible to those who need them for whatever reason (uncatalogued, miscataloged, misshelved, etc.).
In fact, it is sometimes miscataloged as the galaxy UGC 7731.
John from an inventory of 1616 that already had miscataloged the painting.
Learning materials might be available, i.e., the library has acquired them, but inaccessible to those who need them for whatever reason (uncataloged, miscataloged, misshelved, etc.).