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  • Faroese postage stamp with a picture of a Viking helmsman in a wadmal tunic. Wadmal was accepted as currency in Sweden, Iceland, Shetland, and Ireland, and exchange rates defined the equivalent of various grades of wadmal (measured in ells) in. — “Wadmal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • This article is within the scope of WikiProject Textile Arts, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of textile arts on Retrieved from "" Categories: Stub-Class Textile Arts articles | Low-importance Textile Arts articles | WikiProject Textile Arts. — “Talk:Wadmal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • In Old Norse, such cloth was called vaðmál (wadmal), and lengths of wadmal were a medium of exchange, especially for the poor who had neither Wadmal could be used to pay property tax.[3] In the seventeenth century Frieze was applied to linen cloth, apparently as from Frisia, an unconnected. — “Frieze (textile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

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