It was found in Ödeshög, Sweden 1876 along with necklaces made of silver, bracelets made of gold and around 300 arabic coins. It’s dated to the 800’s (Viking period) and probably belonged to a rich and powerful man.
This mjölnir is made of silver and gilded with golden pictures and nicely made details.
Many replicas has been made out of this and is today one of the most popular mjölnir to wear.
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