The stone is first
mentioned by Worm in 1643, when it was
when built into Sandby Church. The top
is missing and have done so as long as
the stone have been known in modern
days. In 1828, the stone was removed,
and now, the B-side could be read.
Transferred to the National Museum in
13, 4171 Glumsø
Present location: Frederiksholms
Kanal 12, 1220 København K.
The stone is granite and 144
centimetres high, 79 centimetres wide
and 20 to 32 centimetres thick. The
inscription dates back to somewhere
"Sylfa rēst[i] ... ... Spalkløsu
øfti[R] Sǫssur, faður [ok] [gæ]rði brō
þessi æftiR Þōrgīsl, brōþur sinn. Ē mun
... ... vitring sūsi, eR vann Syl[fa]/sial[fR]."
Translated: Sylfa raised [?this
stone] ... Spalkløsa in memory of
Sǫssurr, (his) father [and] made this
bridge in memory of Þorgisl, his
brother. Ever will ... this memento,
which Sylfa/ he himself produced.