Objective: The similarity of the LITHOGRAPHY to the manuscripts in terms of appearance and manner of writing is far more than the similarity to printed books, for example illumination and decorations, margins, notes of ownership and endowment, stamps, the name of the scribe at the end of the book, are examples of similarity to manuscripts and lithographs. For this reason, the catalogers of LITHOGRAPHY are trying to express the details of each bibliographic and codicology information in the same way as the manuscripts in the catalogs. Due to the lack of fixed principles and rules of standardized cataloging of LITHOGRAPHY that are accepted by all catalogers, catalogs and worksheets of LITHOGRAPHY books in libraries are not monotonous. In fact, manuscripts, as the written legacy of the past are highly contributive in identifying the culture, civilization, and the ancient sciences, always considered by scholars of all disciplines. These precious and rich resources can be viewed in different perspectives like history, art, library and information science, sociology, etc. Form a Library and Information Science perspective, this study attempts to explore the types of manuscripts and LITHOGRAPHY in large libraries of Iran in terms of cataloguing, and present a unified common model for them. Methodology: In this research, descriptive-analytic method has been used and the data collection tool was a checklist. It attempts to explain the current status of cataloging of manuscripts and LITHOGRAPHY in five major libraries: Astan Qods library, National library, Marashi Najafi library, Central library of Tehran University, and the Islamic Consultative Assembly library. Findings: Given that the needs of the researchers are more diverse and more complex every day, it need to be answered review in the cataloging of manuscripts and LITHOGRAPHY in Iran for Design and compilation of National Standard WorkSheet. The most important reasons for the formation of the idea of designing a unitary pattern for the same processing and organizing of LITHOGRAPHY and manuscripts are: 1. Lots of similarity to the books of LITHOGRAPHY with manuscripts (with 76. 5% share of the elements of worksheet of cataloging the manuscripts and lithographs); 2. Old and worthy of these two types of materials and their maintenance in the same storage in most libraries in terms of their special preservation and conservation; and 3. The need for more libraries to focus on LITHOGRAPHY books, similar to manuscripts, with the uniformity of their cataloging. So, the unifying manuscript and rare resource cataloging practices is possible. Conclusion: Because of the nature of the research of the manuscripts and lithographs of various aspects, it is necessary that the information items of each book be recorded in their catalogs in order to We do not waste any data at the time of retrieval, and the end user will be easily guided to the desired text. In this research, a common cataloging worksheet of manuscript and LITHOGRAPHY including 82 items was proposed to create a common cataloging model for the libraries. In this proposed model, we have tried to provide the most information elements for the common cataloging of manuscripts and lithographs.