We have gotten a limited supply of these very historic Native American trade beads. Each strand is different and has many different types. These were all found many years ago at a construction site on the site of a long abandoned Seminole War era fort. More history on how they came to be there:
Glass Trade Beads from the Fort Harney Massacre of 1839. This was an attack on a US military fort and trading post lead by Seminole Chief Holatamico also known as Billy Bowlegs. These beads were recovered near the site of the action.
They are guaranteed authentic and come in a beautiful glass front display with a color certificate of authentication. These make a great gift and conversation piece.