This post is all about the show-stoppers at the Vikings in BC exhibit. (Click the Vikings in BC tag to see more posts from this exhibit.)
The coin pendant above is a copy of one from Sweden (original find spot unknown). It’s silver, and the original was made from a dirharn minted in the 9th century.
Above is a silver pendant in the shape of Thor’s hammer with filigree ornamentation. This is listed as an unknown find spot, from Scania, Sweden.
The brooch, pendants, and armlet are a copy, originally found in gold as part of the Hidensee treasure, from Pommern, Germany. This was part of a display with a cross-shaped silver (copy) pendant found in Iceland, and a pendant made of gold with filigree ornamentation from Uppland, plus the Thor’s Hammer above.