Fjerdingrein in Heidal in Sel, Oppland 
In 1810, a significant find of bracteates and other coins from the first half of the 12th century was discovered in Fjerdingrein in Heidal, Sel in Oppland. For a long time these coins were considered to be Norwegian, but Danish and Swedish scholars have since made strong arguments for suggesting that some of these coins were minted in Jylland in Denmark in the 1130s and 1140s. 

The find in Fjerdingrein includes the oldest examples of bracteates in Norway.