Morlot: Explanation of the Figures.
Fig. 1. Bead of enamel, or opaque stained-glass, in the Museum at Copenhagen, said to have been found near Stockholm, Sweden.
Fig. 2. Fragment of bead of the same sort, in the same Museum, from an antique grave in Denmark.
Fig. 3. Bead of the same sort, from the ossuaries of Beverly in Canada, as given by Schoolcraft.
Fig. 4. Baldric of glass, bought at Hanover, Germany.
Fig. 5. Baldric from Beverly. Schoolcraft's Indian tribes, Vol. I, plate XXV, fig. 14 [ed.: aside from shape, Morlot's bead bears no resemblance to Schoolcraft's illustration which depicts an undecorated blue bead].