shelf mark

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shelf mark

n (in libraries) → collocazione f, segnatura
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The oldest of these torrid texts date from 1882, when the Phi shelf mark was used to denote books that were deemed too sexually explicit to be seen by students, unless they had written permission from a tutor.
Although each entry depends on the information available, the shelf mark (for institutional copies) is followed by a note of the size, binding, and condition of the copy in question.
The abbreviated record displays with a thumbnail color image, manuscript shelf mark, physical description and date, and a paragraph about the manuscript.
Before the microfilming project started, not all manuscripts had been provided with shelf mark numbers, which therefore were provided prior to the microfilming process.
(5) The missal was bought at the auction for 420 [pounds sterling] by an intermediary on behalf of the British Museum and was inventoried there under the shelf mark Eagerton 3511.
When possible, Danzi identifies the manuscript or printed book, giving the location and shelf mark for its present location.
3, 3 Hold the brackets up to the shelf mark and mark through the holes to indicate where to drill
Each entry includes the shelf mark and a detailed physical description, including paper, ink, numeration, quires, binding, state of preservation, description of hands, and the manuscript's provenance, among other characteristics.
Next, hold the first bracket up to the shelf mark and mark through the holes to indicate where to drill.
In the presentation of Dioscorides' De materia medica textual tradition, the manuscript Escorial R III 3 is quoted III R 3 (Fuentes, 32 among others), the manuscript Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, graecus 2183 is identified as 2138 (Fuentes, 32), that of Mount Athos, Lavra Monastery W 75 becomes W 75 (Fuentes, 32) and the Vaticanus graecus 284 receives the shelf mark Vaticanus Palatinus Graecus 284.
A COPY of Ben Jonson's 1616 Workes presently held at Yale University's Beinecke Library (shelf mark 1977 / +422) contains two poems on Jonson, both presumably written by Mildmay Fane, 2nd Earl of Westmorland.