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Indian Beads Page

This page contains mostly "bead" items which fall into 6 different categories: 
 
1) Trade beads, glass beads manufactured in various European countries
    and used for trade between the Europeans and the Native Americans,
    mostly from the 18th through 19th centuries
2) Shell beads, used by the Native Americans as adornment and/or for
    inter-tribal bartering. These come in two different forms
   A) Whole shells often strung into a necklace
   B) "Pieces" of shell, (especially the Abalone shell) which were "cut" into
        various shapes and drilled for pendants or necklaces, many of these
        were also "incised" by the natives for additional decoration
3) Dentalium, a conical-shaped shell used as "Wampum" money,
    especially in the western coastal states
4) Metallic, often tubular beads which were made by the Native Americans
    after first contact with the Europeans, and which were made from many
    different European metallic items, such as rifle parts and even old files
5) Stone beads, which are VERY old and were mostly for adornment
6) "Beaded" items such as purses having intricate beadwork are also grouped
    on this page
 
For other "Ornamental" items and pendants, please visit our "Bone & Shell"
pages. These contain more elaborate incised and carved ornamental pendants
made from bone, stone or shells
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB35 An exceptional 36-1/2" long strand of white Venetian Trade Beads Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 300.00
in excellent condition. located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento
and attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) documented as being excavated from mound #5, located on the Davis
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old Ranch near Perkins, California in 1934
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Pony Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB36 An exceptional 35" long strand of assorted white, blue, red and purple Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds located in 325.00
Venetian Pony (small sized) Trade-beads in excellent condition the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento and attributed to the
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was documented as being excavated
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old from mound #2, located on the Vandegrift Ranch in Yolo county, California, in August, 1934
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Pony Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB17 An exceptional 35" long strand of assorted blue and red Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian 325.00
Venetian Pony (small sized) Tradebeads in excellent condition mounds located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of
Sacramento and attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) particular strand was documented as being excavated from mound #2,
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old located on the Vandegrift Ranch in Yolo county, California, in August, 1934
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB19 An exceptional 34" long strand of white cylindrical Venetian Tradebeads Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 300.00
in excellent condition located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento
and attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) documented as being excavated from mound #14, located near Willow street
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old on the Nicolaus Ranch south of Franklin Street, in November, 1935
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Item: Type: Californian "Wampum" Drilled Clamshell Disk Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB20 An exceptional 36+" long strand of "Wampum" drilled Clamshell Disk Beads Found at the Mosher Mound, CA-SAC-056, 500.00
in excellent condition in Clarksburg, California by Herbert Enochs
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 280)
  Era: Late Horizon - 500 to 1,500 years old  
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB21 An exceptional 30" long strand of white Venetian Tradebeads Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 275.00
in excellent condition located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento
and attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) documented as being excavated from mound #40, located on the Steveson
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old Ranch northeast of Shingle street, in October, 1939
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Item: Type: Californian "Wampum" Drilled Clamshell Disks Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB22 A whopping 55" long strand of Drilled Clamshell Beads which were used by the Found at the Mosher Mound, CA-SAC-056, 550.00
Native Americans as "Wampum" (money). All of these are an attractive medium in Clarksburg, California by Herbert Enochs
sized sample and are in excellent condition.
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 280)
  Era: Late Horizon - 500 to 1,500 years old
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Item: Type: Californian Faceted Russian Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB23 An exceptional 33" long strand of assorted faceted Russian Tradebeads in good Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 350.00
condition, all things considered. This strand is quite patinated and is comprised of not only located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento and
the well-known Russian blues, but amethyst and amber as well. These do appear to have attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was documented
been through a fire with at least one bead showing the first signs of beginning to melt. as being excavated from mound #50, located at Sierra Oaks, about 6 miles northeast
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 292) of Sacramento on Folsom Street on land owned by "America", in July, 1941
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB24 An exceptional 31" long strand of white Venetian Trade Beads Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 275.00
in excellent condition. located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento
and attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) documented as being excavated from mound #40, located on the Steveson
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old Ranch northeast of Shingle street, in October, 1939
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB25 An exceptional 35" long strand of assorted white and red (red hearts) Venetian Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 250.00
Tradebeads in excellent condition. Some of the red heart beads have white located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento
centers and some have black centers, just to add a little variety to this strand. and attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) documented as being excavated from mound #2, located on the Vandegrift
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old Ranch in Yolo county, California, in September, 1934
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB26 An exceptional 31" long strand of assorted white, red, purple Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds located in the 275.00
and blue Venetian Tradebeads in excellent condition Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento and attributed to the Northern Valley
Yokut tribe. The red and white beads were documented as being excavated from mound #14, ,
located near Willow street on the Nicolaus Ranch south of Franklin Street, in November, 1935 while
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) the very small blue "Pony Beads" were documented as being excavated from mound #2, located on the
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old Vandegrift Ranch in Yolo county, California, in September, 1934
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian "Pony" Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB27 An exceptional 30" long strand of assorted white, red lavender and Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 275.00
blue Pony (small sized) Venetian Tradebeads in excellent condition located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento and
attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293) documented as being excavated from mound #2, located on the Vandegrift Ranch in
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old Yolo county, California, in August, 1934
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Item: Type: Californian "Wampum" Drilled Clamshell Disk Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB28 A nice 32" long strand of Drilled Clamshell Beads which were used by Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian 400.00
the Native Americans as "Wampum" (money). All of these are an mounds located in the Sacramento Valley in California and attributed to the
attractive medium sized sample and are in excellent condition. Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was documented as
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 280) being excavated from mound #6, located at the Bennet-Natomas Land
  Era: Late Horizon - 500 to 1,500 years old Company in Sacramento, in March, 1935
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Item: Type: Californian "Wampum" Drilled Clamshell Disk Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB29 A nice 28" long strand of Drilled Clamshell Beads which were used Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds located in 350.00
by the Native Americans as "Wampum" (money). All of these are an the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento and attributed to the
attractive smaller sized samples and are in excellent condition. Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was documented as being excavated
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 280) from mound #48, located on the Mosher Ranch on the Sacramento River, 12 miles south
  Era: Late Horizon - 500 to 1,500 years old of Sacramento in Sacramento County in 1934
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Item: Type: Californian "Wampum" Drilled Olivella Shell Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB30 A very nice and quite rare 34" long strand of Drilled 1/2-shell Olivella Beads which were used Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds located in 400.00
by the Native Americans as "Wampum" (money). Whoever created this strand took extra the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento and attributed to the
trouble to sort out the different sizes with the smallest shells being at the ends and increasing in Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was documented as being excavated
size to the largest shells strung in the middle. Quite an interesting and desirable creation from mound #44, located on Coyle Ranch in Sacramento County, in July, 1940
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 280)
  Era: Late Horizon - 500 to 1,500 years old
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Item: Type: Californian "Wampum" Drilled Olivella Shell Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB31 A very rare and Super 18" strand of very ancient large-sized, and Drilled Found by Shultz Martine at one of his many documented ancient Indian mounds 350.00
Olivella 1/2 shell beads which were used by the Native Americans as located in the Sacramento Valley in California within 40 miles of Sacramento
"Wampum" (money). and attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe. This particular strand was
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 280) documented as being excavated from mound #32, located on the Calhoon
  Era: Late Horizon - 500 to 1,500 years old Ranch in Sacramento County, in September, 1938
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Item: Type: Californian Venetian Pony Trade Beads Necklace Provenance: Price
GBTB32 An absolutely gorgeous, SUPER LONG strand of very small, Red Heart Venetian Found by Herbert Enochs 650.00
Pony Trade Beads measuring a WHOPPING 210" long (that's a full 17-1/2 Feet, in Sacramento County, California
folks!) in excellent condition, attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe
(See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts", page 293)
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old
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Item: Type: Navajo Seed Bead Necklace Provenance: Price
DFTB3 An absolutely OUTSTANDING, intricately designed 44 inch long Seed Bead Necklace From an older collection whose owner 1500.00
which shows very intricate, perfectly matched opposing designs. I've never seen a more passed away in 1933 at the age of 106
perfect example of tribal bead work in my entire life. Forgive my ignorance of bead work,  
but from my internet research, I would attribute this to the Navajo tribe. A very unique,
intricate and just beautiful piece of artwork, the likes of which I've never seen
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Item: Type: Crinoid fossil, shell and turquoise Necklace Provenance: Price
DFTB4 Now this one, although it's most interesting and consists of many highly ancient components, in Origin unknown, from the collection of a 350.00
my opinion cannot be attributed to any Native American Indian tribe. It's most likely some Columbia River collector. The "raw" turquoise
artistic conglomeration consisting of MANY Crinoid disk fossils (Crinoids were sea plants pieces are most likely from Arizona
which thrived during the Ordovician period, about 490 million years ago) coupled with 12
very raw turquoise pieces and 14 drilled shell(?) pieces and 11 red pony beads. It's definitely
NOT a Native American Indian creation, but did come from an artifact collector's collection.
  Purely an "artistic rendition" of a Native American Indian Necklace, in my opinion, but still a
  piece which "displays well" and can add more "flavor" to any artifact display case.
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Item: Type: Modern Necklace Provenance: Price
DFTB5 A 25" long decorative necklace consisting of modernly (1940's to 1960's) manufactured None recorded, from the collection of an older 250.00
plastic disc beads (which were most likely intended to resemble clam shell disc beads), OAS (Oregon Archaeological Society) member
Navajo style breast plate beads and pierced bronze/copper beads. This appears to be a  
"tourist souvenir" necklace which most likely dates to the 1940's to the 1960's era
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Item: Type: Ruby Red Faceted Bead Necklace Provenance: Price
DFTB6 An approximately 40-inch long strand of highly unusual faceted ruby red beads From an older collection recovered 350.00
necklace. All of the beads show traces of antiquity, although I've never seen this during the 1950's on the Columbia River
type of "trade bead" myself. (This could be a very rare if not unique type) (most likely in Oregon)
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Item: Type: Bead and Turquoise Necklace Provenance: Price
DFTB7 An interesting, modernly re-strung 24" long necklace consisting of pieces assembled from diverse Origin undocumented,although the turquoise 350.00
north American regions. It has 10 cylindrical beads with intricate and diverse patterns, most likely pieces are most likely from Arizona. From an
traded from European explorers to Indian tribes in the Columbia River regions in Oregon, 9 drilled and older collection assembled during the 1950's
polished turquoise "nuggets" which are most common from the tribes of Arizona, and a substantial
number of small drilled white porcelain disk beads of unknown origin. I can't even begin to estimate
when this group was "strung" as a necklace, but I can say with certainty that the turquoise and
  cylindrical components are between 150 to 300 years old. Quite an attractive cross-section actually
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Item: Type: SUPER Small, delicate Drilled Disk Shell Beads Provenance: Price
TB36 A TOTALLY Incredible and colorful lot of Ultra-Small drilled "Wampum" clam shell Recovered from the upper Columbia 150.00
beads. Included are 292 totally intact beads and 4 small partials. These must have River in Grant County, Washington
been excavated by using the wet-screen technique due to their microscopic size
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Item: Type: Bone Beads (set of 3+) Provenance: Price
TB38 A most interesting set of 2 bone cylindrical beads and one oval-shaped bead Recovered from 50.00
preform which shows the manufacturing technique of creating multiple beads from Klamath County, Oregon
a single piece of bone and then "sawing" them apart. The largest piece wasn't
completely "sawed through", which left 2 intended beads still joined together.
  Era: Historic Period - circa mid-1700's  
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Item: Type: Shell Bead Necklace Provenance: Price
JFTB21 A most attractive 24" long Shell Bead Necklace; the individual shell beads Found 20 to 30 miles east of 550.00
measure approximately 3/16" in diameter and vary in color from white, tan and San Francisco, California 250.00
coral with a reddish tint. These are "Indian made", used in inter-tribal trade and
greatly pre-date the more common European "Trade Beads"
  Era: Late Period - 3500 years old Ex: McAlexandar
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Item: Type: Russian Blue & Dentalium Necklace Provenance: Price
JFTB22 An exceptional 24" long necklace consisting of faceted Russian blue trade Recovered on the Columbia River 850.00
beads, dentalium (wampum) shells, a double-pierced flat, oval shaped copper near the Dalles, Oregon 450.00
pendant with an old copper bell at the center. A most unusual offering
  Era: Post-contact period - 200 to 300 years old Ex: McLeob
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Item: Type: Steatite Disc Bead Necklace Provenance: Price
JFTB10 An OUTSTANDING 20+ inch long necklace made with drilled and polished Recovered from an ancient site SOLD 5/3
steatite disc beads in excellent condition. This is quite a rare offering, and we east of San Francisco, California (NFI)  
haven't handled very many of these in the past
  Era: Late Archaic to Transitional Phase - 800 to 2500 years old Ex: Marvin McAlexander

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Item: Type: Pony Bead Collection Provenance: Price
RFTB2 A nice pouch containing HUNDREDS of ULTRA, ultra-small pony beads of Recovered from 150.00
many styles and colors. A bead collectors "dream". (Also, a VERY good cure for Pine Ridge, South Dakota
insomnia, should you choose to count each one!) These were used by the Native
Americans to decorate their moccasins, vests, purses and so forth. Just a GREAT
and attractive, diverse lot, which I've seldom seen offered in this quantity.
Era: Historic Phase - 150-200 years old
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Item: Type: Pony Bead Collection Provenance: Price
RFTB4 A nice pouch containing HUNDREDS of ULTRA, ultra-small pony beads of Recovered from 150.00
many styles and colors. A bead collectors "dream". (Also, a VERY good cure for Pine Ridge, South Dakota
insomnia, should you choose to count each one!) These were used by the Native
Americans to decorate their moccasins, vests, purses and so forth. Just a GREAT
and attractive, diverse lot, which I've seldom seen offered in this quantity.
Era: Historic Phase - 150-200 years old
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Item: Type: Post contact metal artifacts Provenance: Price
RPTB39 A nice group consisting of 1 brass button and 3 rolled copper beads Recovered from the Humboldt 50.00
attributed to the Shoshone tribe, post European contact era. Sink in Churchill Co., NV
  Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Indian-made drilled Stone Bead Necklace Provenance: Price
DATB3 An Ultra-Rare long strand of medium-sized drilled stone Beads in a Recovered from the famous "Bead Patch" 1,600.00
  nice variety of materials. These were "Indian made" and are much site on the Columbia River in Oregon, just 1,325.00
  rarer (and older) than the later trade beads brought over by the downstream from the Dalles  
  Europeans.    
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Item: Type: Rare Drilled Steatite Bead Necklace Provenance: Price
DATB4 A very stunning, very rare strand of highly polished and drilled  Recovered from the famous "Bead Patch" 1,400.00
  Steatite Beads. These were "Indian-made" and are much rarer (and site on the Columbia River in Oregon, just 950.00
  older) than the later trade beads brought over by the Europeans. downstream from the Dalles  
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Item: Type: Copper Button/Bell Provenance: Price
RPTB38 A very unusual, very dented copper button/bell which still Recovered from 40.00
  rattles! Probably from the days of the early trading companies Northwestern Oregon  
  established along the Columbia River regions. Quite unique. Ex: Greg Perino  

Item: Type: Bead group Provenance: Price
RPTB22 A nice, small group of artifacts all recovered from the same site and  Recovered from 40.00
  consisting of 3 tubular beads, 1 chevron bead and 3 smaller European Smyth Co., Virginia  
  trade beads and 1 plain-faced copper button. All of these are post    
  European contact artifacts. Ex: Greg Perino  

Item: Type: Stone bead preforms Provenance:   Price
RPTB24 A nice offering of 3 very scarce individual stone bead preforms, all  Recovered from A: 45.00  11/10 ON-HOLD dp
  which share a common provenance. A-has a single shallow dimple on Poverty Point in B: 40.00 11/10 ON-HOLD dp
  one end, B-is partially drilled on one end and has a shallow dimple on eastern Louisiana C: 20.00 11/10 ON-HOLD dp
  the opposing end, C-has rough ends and scoring around the edge of a      
  single end, and appears to be in the earliest stages of manufacture      
  Please specify the item number AND LETTER when ordering. Ex: Greg Perino    

Item: Type: New York artifacts Provenance: Price
RPTB36 An unusual and diverse group of very late period trade beads,  Found in New York 50.00
  some of which almost look modern to me, coupled with 2, much and attributed to the  
  older brass buttons and a single copper bead Iroquois Mohawk tribe  
    Ex: Greg Perino  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPTB2 An attractive highly polished light tan Recovered from the 75.00
  cylindrical stone bead, fully drilled but Poverty Point Site in 11/10 ON-HOLD dp
  broken and glued in recent times NE Louisiana (16WC5)  
    Ex: Perino  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPTB3 Now this one's cute! A somewhat polished triangular red Recovered from the 50.00
  catlinite stone Bead which was never completely drilled for Poverty Point Site in 11/10 ON-HOLD dp
  suspension. It shows a good start of the drilling process at NE Louisiana (16WC5)  
  either end and has a single dimple on one side face from an    
  additional drilling effort. An interesting study of the old    
  technology used in creating adornments in the olden days. Ex: Perino  

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