(d. 1557), who probably therefore oversaw the inventory
process. Dated May
7 folios. 21cm × 30cm
Foliation in lower right-hand corner.
A single quire of seven folia (possibly a blank leaf cropped before fol.
The outer edges of the folios have been damaged and some parts of the
writing is missing. A sharp pattern has been cut in the foot of each page. Heavy
conservation work has been carried out on all leaves.
Text in a single column, not ruled; varying number of
A single hand typical of
Swedish cameral documents. Brown ink.
A well-written inventory of
. Possibly related to the
administration changes that took place there that year (E.g. a copy of a letter
as the new bailiff survives from November 1549. See
Stockholm, National Archives, Bielkesamlingen, 02 Adliga ätten Bielke,
Nils Pedersson Bielke (†1550), Vol. 3: Godshandlingar 1546–1550 / E 1987, 6a, fol.
The inventory is part of a large block of records from the
pertaining to the estates of
, which were managed as a whole.
The financial records of
and related estates came to the Swedish Crown, and