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Carl Johan Trygg, formally Carl Johan Thrygg, also knowns as C. J. Trygg, woodcarver, was one of the recognized masters of twentieth century woodcarving, most famous for Scandinavian flat-plane style of woodcarving. Between C. J. Trygg and his sons they carved over 10,000 figures. Many of his carvings were sold to tourists for approximately $10.00 USD. Adjusted for inflation what cost $10.00 in 1929 would cost $108.05 in 2005.

Lars Trygg, woodcarver, was one of the recognized masters of 20th century wood carving, most famous for Scandinavian flat-plane style of woodcarving.

Mats Trygg Norwegian ice hockey player

Mats Trygg is a Norwegian ice hockey defenceman. He currently plays with the Vålerenga Ishockey of the Norwegian GET-ligaen.

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HNoMS <i>Trygg</i> (1919)

HNoMS Trygg was a torpedo boat of the Royal Norwegian Navy. Her hull was built in Moss and she was finished in Horten, with build number 109. Trygg had two sister ships: HNoMS Snøgg and HNoMS Stegg. Together the three vessels formed the Trygg class of torpedo boats.

Ski- og Fotballklubben Trygg was a sports club in Oslo, Norway, which played an important role for bandy in Norway and also was well-known for its ice hockey section.

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Nils Trygg (1914–1951) was one of the recognized masters of twentieth century woodcarving, most famous for the Scandinavian flat-plane style of woodcarving. Nils Trygg was born in Småland, Sweden. He was one of three sons of Carl Johan Trygg and Maria Axelina Andersson. Nils worked with his father carving wooden figures of various common people in the Scandinavian flat-plane style of woodcarving. Between Nils Trygg, his father and two brothers, they carved over 10,000 figures. Many of his carvings were sold to tourists for approximately $10 USD. Adjusted for inflation what cost $10 in 1929 would cost $108 in 2005.

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Mathias Trygg is a Norwegian professional ice hockey winger, who currently plays for Vålerenga of the Norwegian GET-ligaen.

The 1934–35 Hovedserien season was the first season of ice hockey in Norway. Seven teams participated in the league, and Ski- og Fotballklubben Trygg won the championship.

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The 1937–38 Hovedserien season was the fourth season of ice hockey in Norway. Eight teams participated in the league, and Ski- og Fotballklubben Trygg won the championship.

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