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Brooch, based on the larger of the (destroyed) Pre-Viking Golden Horns of Gallehus.

A brooch based on the common Viking-Age trefoil brooch type.

A silver brooch based on Viking Age depictions of Valkyries. If you know the original(s) it is based on, please let us know.

A sliver replica of an Urnes style brooch, similar to brooches found at Ribe and Lindholm H

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A statuette influenced by the famous statue in Kronborg Castle depicting the legendary figure Holger Danske (Ogier the Dane) first mentioned in the eleventh-century Chanson de Roland, and who later becomes a major antagonist (and later supporter) of…

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Photographed in Copenhagen airport. Swedish souvenir with stylised Viking ship.

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A souvenir snow-globe with a viking warrior with horned helmet within a globe supported by a horned helmet. Seen in Copenhagen airport.

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Trolls with horned helmets and either a shield with Swedish flag or flag. Seen in Copenhagen airport.

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Trolls with horned helmets and a shield with Danish flag design. Souvenir seen in Copenhagen airport.

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Key-ring photographed in Copenhagen airport. Viking ship with sail in the colours of the Danish flag.

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Key-ring photographed in Copenhagen airport. Swedish flag with stylised Viking ship

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A T-Shirt design featuring a skull with horned helmet, under the label 'Copenhagen'. Seen in Copenhagen airport.

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A souvenir snow-globe with a troll drinking from a flagon and sporting a horned helmet and axe, next to a small viking ship. Seen in Copenhagen airport.

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A small viking ship featuring a dragon prow with images of a horned helmet and viking warrior on the sail. Toy seen in Copenhagen airport.

Souvenir replica of a Viking cone beaker from Birka made from hand-blown glass and hand-forged iron stand. On sale in Museet Ribes Vikinger.

The company website for Íslensk hollusta refers to the fact that Icelanders used Black Salt until the 15th Century, produced from burning seaweed. It is marketed as Viking Salt to tourists.

Small stylised Viking with sword, shield and horned helmet, with the inscription 'Orkney'. Photographed by Julie Cassidy in the Orkney Museum.
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