The Hedeby cap fragment. It was recovered from the upper layers in a well, has been reasonably identified as part of a cap. The preserved section measures x The cap was probably in use for a long time, as the fragment is very worn on both sides.
Keys and locks, found and exhibited in the wonderful Jorvik exhibition and museum site in York B.BC - Primary History - Vikings - Viking settlements There seems to have been widely spread use of these objects.Many locksmiths with plenty of customers.
Cloth fragment from Haithabu, labelled as part of a hood in "Die Textilfunde aus der Siedlung und aus den Gräbern von Haithabu" by Inga Hägg (although the identification is debated). The fragment measures approximately 55 cm long by 20 cm wide.