Trade in movable heritage

Anyone who trades in movable heritage must be registered as per regulations governing the register of companies and standard classification of activities for the activity which evidently shows that it deals with the trade in movable heritage.

Movable heritage being traded by a trader must be included in one of the following types of movable heritage:

  • weapons;
  • tools;
  • building equipment;
  • residential equipment;
  • clothing and personal items;
  • traffic and transport means;
  • items for games and spare time;
  • artistic items;
  • items of use value;
  • ritual items;
  • items of communication;
  • coat-of-arms, flags, prizes and awards;
  • means for trade and banking;
  • items for presentations and demonstrations;
  • machines and devices;
  • items of education, science and technology;
  • geological items; botanical items;
  • zoological items;
  • human remains;
  • musical instruments;
  • other items of historic importance.

Conditions and evidence

Responsible: Ministry of Culture | Last updated: 26. 11. 2015