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40 Mississippian Shell Beads and 1 Stone
© ARTEMIS GALLERY, Louisville, CO, USA

40 Mississippian Shell Beads and 1 Stone Arrowhead: North America, Native American, Mississippian Culture, ca. 1000 to 1600 CE. A wonderful collection...

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