Here are some Uncle Steve's pole beans I picked today.
'Peck to a Hill' pole beans on the Heritage Harvest Seed website. They have attractive black seeds with white mottling (below this photo). I will grow more next year.
I also have good yields of beans and seeds from Speedy (Gourmet Seeds, below), which was as fast as Pisarecka Zlutoluske, and the red-podded Velour (Park Seeds), which though small were slow to develope, both bush beans of the thin pencil shape, tender, delicate and delicious.
Velour beans are quite thin but tender, here are the very messy mature dry pods that had flopped in the dirt. It was good I picked them since it rained later.
Since they were mostly dry I got them shelled, but they are difficult because the thin pods really stick onto the beans and don't want to split. The Romanos by contrast have a pod wider than the beans and are easy to open. But the Velour beans, below, did clean up nicely. They are small, and become very hard small seeds when they dry so not good for shellies.