- 5.29.1 Element information
- 5.29.2 RDA definition and scope
- 5.29.3 General rule
- 5.29.31 Information covered by labels, etc.
- 5.29.32 Elements relating to publication vs. elements relating to distribution or manufacture
- 5.29.33 Statements relating to manufacture only
- 5.29.34 Statements relating to publication and to distribution or manufacture
5.29.1 Element information
5.29.2 RDA definition and scope
126.96.36.199 A statement that identifies a place of manufacture, a manufacturer, or a date of manufacture of a published manifestation.
188.8.131.52 A manufacture statement includes a statement about the printing, duplicating, casting, etc., of a published manifestation.
5.29.3 General rule
184.108.40.206 Transcribe the manufacture statement in the form and order in which it is presented in the source, unless instructed otherwise by specific instructions.
5.29.31 Information covered by labels, etc.
220.127.116.11 If any of the original details relating to the manufacture statement are covered by a label, stamp, overprint, or other means showing later information, transcribe the later information. If the original details are visible or otherwise available, always transcribe or give them in a Note on manufacture statement (see 18.104.22.168).
22.214.171.124 For printed materials with manuscript overwrite, use judgment in determining whether or not the overwrite should be transcribed as the manufacture statement or as item-specific information. In case of doubt, consider the manuscript overwrite to be item-specific information and record as a Note on item (see 126.96.36.199).
5.29.32 Elements relating to publication vs. elements relating to distribution or manufacture
188.8.131.52 Statements relating to distribution or manufacture will sometimes be more appropriately transcribed as elements of publication, and sometimes as elements of distribution or manufacture. The roles of publishers, printers and booksellers were not clearly delimited in the hand-press period. Statements relating to distribution or manufacture frequently appear prominently on early printed materials, reflecting the tendency of booksellers or printers to function as more than solely distributors or manufacturers. As the book trade industry became increasingly specialized over time, however, the role of the publisher gradually emerged as dominant, while manufacturer and distributor gradually diminished in importance.
5.29.33 Statements relating to manufacture only
184.108.40.206 If the resource bears only a statement relating to manufacture or multiple such statements, generally assume the manufacturer to also be functioning as publisher. Treat the statement as a Publication statement.
5.29.34 Statements relating to publication and to distribution or manufacture
220.127.116.11 If the resource bears statements relating both to publication and to distribution or manufacture, determine whether or not the statements are grammatically separable.
18.104.22.168 If a manufacture statement is grammatically separable, treat the statement as a manufacture statement.
London : Printed for the author, and published by J. Bew, Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLXXIX
Boston : Printed by Robert Hodge, for Nathaniel Coverly, in Newbury-Street, 
Amstelodami : Ex officina et sumptibus Iudoci Hondii, [approximately 1630]
22.214.171.124 If a statement with grammatically inseparable elements contains information relating both to the manufacture of the resource and to the agents who have contributed to its intellectual or artistic content, use judgment in deciding whether to transcribe the statement as part of the manufacture statement or as a Statement of responsibility relating to title proper (see 126.96.36.199). Often the layout of the source will suggest the appropriate treatment.