Principles of Bibliographical Description

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Oak Knoll Press, 1986 - Reference - 505 pages
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This comprehensive manual remains the central book in bibliographical work, and an essential tool for researchers and students in all fields.

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A must have for those engaged in serious bibliographical work. Read full review

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DENSE!! Thank goodness for rare book school or I never would have understood what he was talking about. :) I hope I get to use his collation formula's in my job someday! Not for the uninitiated and really only for those who love rare books. Read full review

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