Swedish Board of Mines
The Swedish Board of Mines (Swedish: Bergskollegium) was a government agency in Sweden that worked between 1637–1857 with the task of guiding and controlling the mining industry and metal processing in Sweden. Between 1637–1649 its name was Generalbergsamtet, also called Bergsämbetet.
- "Bergs-kollegium". Nordisk familjebok (in Swedish). 2 (1 ed.). 1878. p. 303. Retrieved 2010-01-27.
- "Bergskollegium". Nordisk familjebok (in Swedish). 2 (2 ed.). 1904. p. 1494. Retrieved 2010-01-27.
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