You could do that in a note, but it could be recorded in a linking field instead:
775 08 ǂi Reprint of (manifestation): ǂa ….
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I used to use the following when publisher changed: Reprint. Originally publishe: [data in ISBD format]
On Thursday, January 18, 2018, Ivan E Calimano <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Is there an RDA equivalent for what was used before as Originally published? I have a book that was first published in Argentina by XYX and now it has been republished again in Chile, 2 years later and by a different publisher. Before RDA, I would have used the note: Originally published: <previous edition information>. Title stays the same, hasn't change, only publishers. Is there any appropriate "designator" from Appendix J that is the equivalent? or similar? Thanks.
Iván E Calimano
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