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Collection of Five Glass Trade Bead Necklaces.

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Lot 4258A Details

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Collection of Five Glass Trade Bead Necklaces. Including a 17th century strand of spiral lined glass trade beads together with four short knotted necklaces of antique black Venetian glass beads with trail-decorated pink/white spots.
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Collection of Five Glass Trade Bead Necklaces.

Estimate $500 - $700Mar 07, 2016
Starting Price $250
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