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Largest gem quality rough Diamond mined in North America
  
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PostPosted: Apr 01, 2017 20:25    Post subject: Largest gem quality rough Diamond mined in North America  

Smithsonian Exhibit

Photos taken by Richard Lum.

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Please note that this specimen is not part of my collection- yet.:-):-)



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 Mineral: Diamond
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