40 Beads

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40 Beads
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Yellow, dark brown, white glass. (A) Twenty beads - Bodom type - the larger beads have a dark core and a yellow outer coat as in the Bodom. This string also contains thirteen disc beads; (B) eight beads - six have yellow outer coat on core of various colors; two are dark brown with white decoration; (C) twelve beads - these beads have in section four lobes and they were made in vertical molds as seen in 73.3.420; yellow body.
Lamb, Alastair, Source
The History of Beads: from 30,000 B.C. to the present (1998) illustrated, p. 50; BIB# 69265
Krobo Powder-Glass Beads (1976-04) illustrated, p. 37, fig. 22; BIB# AI14479