Thor's hammer from Läby:
An amulette in silver depicting a Thor's hammer hanging in a ring. This hammer was found in Läby parish near Uppsala, Uppland, Sweden.
Thor with Mjolnir depicted on the Altuna runestone at Altuna church, Altuna parish, Simtuna hundredd, Fjädrundaland, Enköping municipality, Uppsala county, Uppland, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Södermanland:
Thor's hammer of iron from Södermanland, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Ödeshög:
Thor's hammer in gold and silver from Erikstorp, Ödeshög parish, Ödeshög municipality, Östergötland, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Bredsättra:
A 4.6 cm gold-plated silver Mjolnir pendant from Bredsättra parish, Runsten hundred, Borgholm municipality, Öland, Kalmar county, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Moheda:
Moheda parish, Småland, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Skåne:
The hammer in the picture is a commercial copy of an archaeological find from Skåne, Sweden. The original hammer is of silver with filigree ornamentation and was found in an unknown place in Skåne and did belong to a collecton owned by the baron Claes Kurck, but was donated to the Historical Museum in Stockholm in the year 1895. Unreliable sources says that the hammer was found in Kabbarp near Staffanstorp in Skåne, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Sandby:
Sandby parish, Torna hundred, Skåne, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Raus:
Thor's hammer of silver from Pålstorp, Raus parish, Luggude hundred, Helsingborg municipality, Skåne, Sweden
Thor's hammer from Gärsnäs:
Gärsnäs säteri, Östra Herrestad parish, Skåne, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Slottsmöllan:
Slottsmöllan, Halmstad, Halland, Sweden.
Thor's hammer from Rømersdal:
This hammer is a commercial copy of an archaeological find from Rømersdal, Bornholm, Denmark.
Thor's hammer from Mandemark:
Amulette in the form of a Thor's hammer found in 1874, in Mandemark, Møn, Denmark.
Thor's hammer from Fitjar:
A hammer shaped amulet of silver, found in Fitjar, Hordaland, Norway.
The Wolf Cross from Foss:
The Wolf Cross is a silver pendant from the Viking period found in Foss in Iceland. It could be interpreted both as a Christian cross and as a Heathen Thor's hammer.