Venetian wound and drawn beads on the card "trade beads for central Africa" in the Pitt River Museum.
Top row: commonly called "Lewis and Clark" in the trade
with no evidence that Lewis and Clark had anything to do with this bead.
Row 6: Stripe drawn beads of the "gooseberry" type.
Bottom row: often referred to as "rattle snake" and usually decorated with white lines.

Exhibit Bead

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