The Viking Age's visual art consists of a number of styles from different areas in the Nordic region and the places where the Vikings settled in the period from approx. The 700's to approx. 1100 Century. On the back of all the cards there is explanatory text in Danish, English and German.
The motifs on the cards:
The stern of the Oseberg ship
Door post-motov, the stave church in Urnes
Wind wing from Ringerrike
Sigmund kills the snake, the Ramsund stone
Run text about Gorm, little Jelling stone
Splendor ax from Mammen
Picture test from Gotland with Viking ship motif
The cards are printed at a Swan-labeled company and made from environmentally certified FSC paper.
The envelopes are made of eco-friendly eucalyptus paper.