The main sources are the various bibliographical tools published by The Stationery Office (formerly HMSO), mainly its Daily List. This is supplemented by other catalogues & lists as well as information from ONS (formerly OPCS) and the Home Office.
Most items' bibliographic records listed here were prepared by myself through personal autopsy (marked as aut). This results in some discrepancies between my records and those produced by The Stationery Office/HMSO.
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Head: Title : Sub-title ; add. / Description of Authorship ; add.
Volume. Edition. Place(s) : Publisher(s), Year. Pagination : Illustration ; Height (binding)
Original Source(s): Classification of orig. source
Note1. Note2. Note3. Note4. Note5.
Some very detailed explanations on formats and usage of all these sections is available on the introductory page to BDC the Bibliography of Chartography.
The seven pages are sorted by Genre, then by Country and Type:
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