# 8.29 — Note on series statement

## 8.29.2 RDA definition and scope

8.29.2.1 A note on manifestation that provides information on a series with which a manifestation is associated.

## 8.29.31 Note on series statement

8.29.31.1 Always note the source of any element of the Series statement when it is taken from elsewhere than the series title page. If any element has been transposed in the description, note its original position in the manifestation (see Title of series, 8.21.32.1).

Example:
Series title from head of title page; subseries title from endpapers

Example:
Series statement from page 4 of wrapper

Example:
Series number at head of series title

Example:
Series statement transposed from between title and imprint statement on title page

Example:
First volume lacks series title

Example:
Also issued without series statement

8.29.31.2 Note any series information not transcribed in the Series statement if considered important (see Numbering within sequence, 8.27.31.3).

Example:
“The first in series of dramatizations of Cervantes’ novel in which our hero loses his reason”

Example:
First in the series of five woodcuts from a printer’s proof set 2/2 from an edition of 20

Example:
First in a series of tales from Sörmland

8.29.31.3 Note any numbers or letters that imply a series (see Numbering within sequence, 8.27.31.3).

Example:
Numbered: (1174)
(Comment: Publisher’s item number on a stereograph. These can be difficult to distinguish from series numbering)

8.29.31.4 Give information about a series in which the resource has been issued previously in a Note on manifestation if considered important (see 9.3.34.2).