These publications most often include two titles that are bound upside down in relation to each other. Most of the time the volume does not have a collective title. Most often one bibliographic record is used for both titles, with a 740 analytical added entry for the second title. In addition, a 501 “with” note might be needed in the bibliographic record.
However, if the cataloger chooses to create two bibliographic records for a tête-bêche print publication, the bound-with procedure described here would apply to that situation, as only one item record would be associated with both titles.