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Original Message:   Too good to be true?
I remember seeing the strand and being surprised by the condition and quality of the beads. Guess it was too good to be true.

Seems strange to me, though, how these things happen. The seller seemed to be a genuine bead enthousiast, with a great and varied collection. He was also proud of this strand. I asked if I could take these pictures, and he knew I would be putting them online.

So either he was unaware of the beads being reproductions, which does not make sense as he seemed to know and love his beads. Or he did know they were reproductions, but then why would he let me photograph them? Surely he would know someone with more knowledge of these beads than me would find out?

Anyway.....I hope nobody buys it a a price that it simply is not worth.

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