I would also like to know what would one do with the uniform title in cases where there are such symbols as the $ sign. We sometimes get things like that. We have a title: Thomas@ - it's part of a series and is translated in other languages. How would you construct the uniform title? Louise van Heerden Senior Librarian, National Library of South Africa Pretoria [log in to unmask] >>> "Flynn, Emily" <[log in to unmask]> 5/31/2013 01:20 PM >>> Kevin, I've seen similar items with punctuation or symbols used as letters for effect. I'd do as you suggested, a 245 as the title is printed and a 246 with what it's meant to be (i.e. Pirate Corps!). Anyone who does agree can walk the plank--happy Friday! Emily @ReadWriteLib www.readwritelib.com Emily Flynn, Catalog Librarian, Content Operations ProQuest | 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, P.O. Box 1346 | Ann Arbor MI 48106-1346 USA | +1 734 707 2422 [log in to unmask] www.proquest.com ProQuest ... Start here. 2012 InformationWeek 500 Top Innovator | 2012 Detroit Free Press Michigan Top Workplace -----Original Message----- From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Kevin M Randall Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 7:05 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: [PCCLIST] Dollar sign used as letter "s" in title Try as I might, I can't determine what the policy would be in using the dollar sign in place of the letter "s" in a title. And especially, the implications for uniform titles (or Authorized Access Points, if we're doing an RDA record...) The PCC policy in AACR2 1.0E and RDA 1.7.5 seems to indicate that, since the dollar sign ($) is a character that is available in our normal character set, there is no need to substitute it. The only example using a dollar sign is "Where to stay USA from 50* to $9 a night", in which the cent sign is changed to "c", but the dollar sign remains. There are no examples of a dollar sign taking the place of the letter "s". I am assuming that I should just go ahead and use the dollar sign in the 245 field, and add a 246 field replacing the dollar sign with an "s". But where I get stuck is at the uniform title. Or, is a uniform title technically necessary? The actual title I'm dealing with is "Pirate Corp$!" The title "Pirate Corp$" is unique, but "Pirate Corps" is not. Help! (Sorry, I can't offer any money for your help. But I'll gladly give you the dollar sign from this title...) Kevin M. Randall Principal Serials Cataloger Northwestern University Library [log in to unmask] (847) 491-2939 Proudly wearing the sensible shoes since 1978! Disclaimer: The information in this e-mail is confidential and is legally privileged. It is intended solely for the addressee. Access to this e-mail by anyone else is unauthorised. If you are not the intended recipient, any disclosure, copying, distribution or any action taken or omitted in reliance on it is prohibited and may be unlawful. Whilst all reasonable steps are taken to ensure the accuracy and integrity of information and data transmitted electronically and to preserve the confidentiality thereof, no liability or responsibility whatsoever is accepted if information or data is, for whatever reason, corrupted or does not reach its intended destination. If any view or opinion is expressed in this e-mail, such views or opinions are those of the sender unless it is clearly stated that it is that of the National Library of South Africa. PLEASE CONSIDER THE ENVIRONMENT BEFORE PRINTING THIS EMAIL.