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Stockholm, National Archives, E 1984 (5), Bielkesamlingen, 01 Hogenskild Bielkes samling, Handlingar rörande Nynäs gård i Nousis socken, Åbo län. Vol. 10. Financial registers pertaining to the landed estates of Anna Hansdotter Tott in Finland

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Financial register

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

Aikamääre

1535-1537

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Stockholm
National Archives
E 1984
Bielkesamlingen, 01 Hogenskild Bielkes samling, Handlingar
rörande Nynäs gård i Nousis socken, Åbo län. Vol. 10
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Stockholm, National Archives, E 1984 (5), Bielkesamlingen, 01 Hogenskild Bielkes samling, Handlingar rörande Nynäs gård i Nousis socken, Åbo län. Vol. 10. Financial registers pertaining to the landed estates of Anna Hansdotter Tott in Finland
1535–1537
Financial register
A disorderly register with notes on the finances of the estate complex of
Nynäs
,
Vik
, and
Lahis
. May be restricted to only one or two of the estates. Dates mostly from
1535−1537
. Some notes from earlier years as well (e.g. fols. 8, 9, 18).
Paper
26 folios.
11cm × 31,5cm
Foliation in the upper right-hand corner. The numbering skips blank folios, repeats 6, and runs up to 19.
An unclear quire structure with folios cut out and extra ones included.
Some conservation work done. Some folios attached to the manuscript during conservation work may not actually belong to the original manuscript.
Text in a single column, not ruled.
Several hands. Brown ink.
No decoration.
No covers. The quires are tacketed together, but the binding is at present very loose. Small slips from other manuscripts have been used on the centrefolds to strengthen the binding work.
A disorderly financial register, which is a part of a large block of records from the
16th century
pertaining to the estates of
Nynäs
,
Vik
, and
Lahis
, which were managed as a whole. A likely place of writing is
Nynäs
estate, but the record could equally well have been written elsewhere.
The financial records of
Nynäs
and related estates came to the Swedish Crown, and later the
Swedish National Archives
, when the possessions and archives of
Hogenskild Bielke
were confiscated following his execution in
1605
(see
Introduction
to these descriptions).
Cataloguer
Seppo Eskola
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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