Categories of objects requiring a permit or licence
Each category is shown with a letter to denote the permit or licence, or both, that are or may be required: See explanation at the bottom of the page.
- Archaeological objects
- Chandeliers, lanterns and luminaries
- Cikkections and specimens from zoological, botanical, mineralogical or anatomical collections
- Collections of historical, paleontological, ethonographic or numismatic interes
- Ecclesiastical inventories
- Means of trasport
- Medieval objects and other objects from the period before 1650
- Musical instruments
- Non printed material
- Objects associated with the early photographic techniques
- original graphic works etc
- Other antique items
- Parts of dismembered monuments
- Pictures and paintings
- Printed maps and globes
- Sami objects
- Smaller objects in different materials
- Technical models and scientific instruments
- Textiles, tapestries and folk painted wall hangings
- Toys and games
(Category under the Annex to the EU Regulation: A1)
Archaeological objects irrespective of their material and value, originating from the period before 1850 and assumed to have been in Sweden for at least 75 years.
Archaeological objects dating from the period after 1850 and more than 100 years old, irrespective of their value and how long they have been in Sweden.
(Category under the Annex to the EU Regulation: A12)
Licensing authority: The National Archives
Archives at least 75 years old with a value above 5 000 SEK, assumed to have been in Sweden for at least 75 years.
Archives at least 50 years old with a value below 5 000 SEK, irrespective of how long they have been in Sweden.