Cross-References For I/J and U/V Variants

Headings are generally constructed using modern forms of letters. Cross-references are also generally constructed using modern forms of letters, per LCRI 26.1 which instructs us to formulate cross-references as if they were headings. However, additional references may be formulated using old letter forms if these appear in transcribed usage and are judged useful by the cataloger.

Example 1:

010     ‡a nr 96039261
040     ‡a CtY-BR ‡c CtY-BR
100 1 0 ‡a Knappe, Hans
400 1 0 ‡a Knap, Joannes
400 1 0 ‡a Knap, Ioannes
670     ‡a M. Anto. Sabellici de primarijs rerum et artiu[m] inuentorib[us], 1509: ‡b colophon (Ioannes Knap)
670     ‡a Benzing, J. Buchdrucker des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts: ‡b p. 102 (Hans Knappe, der Ältere; printer active in Erfurt 1508-1532)

Example 2:

010     ‡a nr 00010343
040     ‡a CtY-BR ‡b eng ‡c CtY-BR
100 1   ‡a Gordon, James, ‡d 1553-1641
400 1   ‡a Gordonus, Jacobus, ‡d 1553-1641
400 1   ‡a Gordonus, Iacobus, ‡d 1553-1641
670     ‡a De Catholica veritate diatriba, 1623: ‡b t.p. (… P. Iacobo Gordono Lesmoreo, Scoto, Societatis Iesu)
670     ‡a DNB ‡b (Gordon, James, D.D.; b. 1553; d. 17 Nov. 1641 Paris, France; Jesuit theologian and teacher)

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