List of Royal Warrant Holders of the Swedish court

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Purveyors to the Court of Sweden are entitled to display the royal coat of arms with the motto Kunglig hovleverantör underneath.

Royal warrants of appointment in Sweden are granted to the purveyor (Swedish: Kunglig hovleverantör) by the king or the queen. To qualify for a warrant, the order must come from the royal court and the company must deliver its goods or services to the court. A royal warrant is personal and usually awarded to the managing director of the company rather than the company itself. All goods and services are paid for by the court.[1]

Current Royal Warrant Holders[edit]

As of 2012 there are 130 purveyors:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Royal Warrant Holders in Sweden - FAQ". www.hovlev.se. Retrieved 2008-06-02. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Gunnarsson, Maria; Gunnarsson, Erik (2001). By Appointment to His Majesty the King of Sweden. Uppsala: Bild & kultur. ISBN 91-89210-01-8. 
  • Gunnarsson, Maria; Gunnarsson, Erik (1999). Konung Carl XVI Gustafs hovleverantöre (in Swedish). Uppsala: Bild & kultur. ISBN 91-89210-00-X. 

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