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CATALOGUE NUMBER - Humanities
- Field label
- CATALOGUE NUMBER
- Field mnemonic
- Field name
- Catalogue Number
- Numéro de catalogue
- Field definition
- This field contains the museum catalogue number of the object. If there is only one number to identify the object, it should be entered in the Accession Number field.
- Required field for uploading to Artefacts Canada unless Accession Number is used.
- REGISTRATION FIELDS
- Edits were made to this field in May 2010.
- Entry rules
- Enter the catalogue number or code if different from the accession number. Do not use multiple entries. The catalogue number usually includes coded cataloguing information such as loan, location, material, culture or period.
- Cataloguers rules
- See also, Accession Number (AN), Cataloguer (CAT) and Catalogue Date (CD).
- Data type
- alpha-numeric string
- Archaeology (Specimens) Task Force
- History Task Force
- Ethnology Task Force
- Field label (French)
- NUMÉRO DE CATALOGUE
- Field mnemonic (French)
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