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Royal Copenhagen Annual Viking

From 2003 to 2006 Royal Copenhagen published a figurine series of Vikings in porcelain. Each year a girl and a boy were launched in the series, so in total there are eight small Viking figurines.

Royal Copenhagen Annual Viking Figurines

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Annual Vikings 2004, boy, Bjarke, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 1249128 Year: 2004 Measurement: H: 11 cm
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Annual Vikings 2005, girl, Nanna, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 1249163 Year: 2005 Measurement: H: 12 cm
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Annual Vikings 2003, Freja, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 1249086 Year: 2003 Measurement: H: 11 cm
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Annual Vikings 2006, Boy, Harald, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 1249311 Year: 2006 Measurement: H: 12 cm
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Annual Vikings 2006, girl, Kraka, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 1249310 Year: 2006 Measurement: H: 11 cm
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Annual Vikings 2005, boy, Gorm with lur, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 1249164 Year: 2005 Measurement: H: 12 cm
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Annual Vikings 2003, Hjalte, Royal Copenhagen
Annual Vikings 2003, Hjalte, Roya...
Item no: 1249085 Year: 2003 Measurement: H: 11 cm
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Annual Vikings 2004, girl, Thora, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 1249129 Year: 2004 Measurement: H: 11 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Annual Viking figurines

The Nordic Vikings are famous (and infamous) worldwide. The Viking Age ran from 800-1050 and have had an enormous impact on Denmark.

The artist Sven Vestergaard designed the Royal Copenhagen figurines of Vikings. The first two figures depicting Hjalte, who is in the process of engraving signs of a stone, and Freya, who has a fine Viking shield, a bow and a cat at her side. Both Hjalte and Freya are old Viking names that have been popular names in the recent years too.

In 2004, the Annual Vikings from Royal Copenhagen depicts Bjarke who drinks from a horn, and Thora, standing with a goose at her side.

Royal Copenhagen Annual Vikings from 2005 shows Nanna about to beat the drum and Gorm with lyre and a rooster at the base.

The last two figurines of the Annual Viking series from Royal Copenhagen depict Kraka with sword and shield, and Harald with ax and shield.