A ploughman at Boeslund in Zealand turned up two golden urns filled with ashes; on the lids is carved Odin, standing up, with two ravens on his shoulders, and the two wolves at his feet; Kunstbl. 1843, no. 19, p. 80. Gold coins also were discovered near the village of Gömminga in Oeland, one of which represents Odin with the ravens on his shoulder; the reverse has runes; Kunstbl. 1844, no. 13, p. 52.
I read the above the other day in Grimm's Teutonic Mythology and was naturally curious to find out more, maybe see a photo. I put the names in Google, but only came up with several hits for Grimm's same text.

Are these artefacts lost?