See also: bränntunna
In Sweden, ?– 20th centuries, a unit of dry capacity. In the 20th century reported¹ as 165 liters firm (about 4.68 U.S. bushels), 146.6 liters loose (about 4.16 U.S. bushels).
The tunna for coal was
Between 1786 and 1865 there was a special tunna for herring = 80 kannor, about 209.4 liters.
1. United Nations, 1966.
In Finland, two units:
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