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Czech Libraries Providing International Interlibrary Loan

Czech Libraries

Providing International Interlibrary Loan


National Library of the Czech Republic (NK ČR)


Library code:

Address:
ABA001

Národní knihovna České republiky
Oddělení referenčních a meziknihovních služeb
Klementinum 190
110 01 Praha 1
Czech Republic
Tel.:

Fax::

e-mail:


URL:
+420-221 66 32 02

+420-221 66 31 21

mvs@nkp.cz
ill.os@nkp.cz

http://www.nkp.cz

Collection profile: The National Library is the largest and one of the oldest public libraries in the country. It collects, preserves and provides access to Bohemica materials published here and elsewhere in the world. It has rich collections of foreign language publications, primarily in the humanities and social and natural sciences.
Autonomous part of the National Library is the Slavonic Library with its outstanding collection of materials relating to Slavic nations, especially in history, philology and political science, and a choice of original literary works in Slavonic languages. Amongst the private collections the Slavonic Library has acquired over the years, is a fragment of Petersburg bookseller and publisher A.F. Smirdin's library.
Services for libraries abroad: * loans and copies of items in the National Library collection
* help with interlibrary requests directed to other Czech libraries
Books: Loan period:
Usually 1 month + 10 days for postal service
Extension - possible only for certain items

Charge for 1 loan:
- charges or absence thereof are reciprocal
1 IFLA Voucher .............. Europe and overseas
Articles: Charge for photocopies:
- charges or absence thereof are reciprocal
1 IFLA Voucher .............. 1-15 pages
1,5 IFLA Voucher .......... over 15 pages
How to order: * by on-line form (best method)
* by e-mail
* by mail - IFLA Request Form
Payment: * IFLA Vouchers
* invoice
Delivery: * by mail


Jana Huňová

Oct 02, 2012
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