Wadmal is thick coarse woollen cloth. It was woven from boiled woolen thread, to be a certain thickness and quality.

In medieval Iceland and Norway, wadmal was a standard item of barter. Six ells (about 6 yards) of wadmal were equal to 1 eyrir, 24 grams of silver; 8 eyrir made a silver mark.

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