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RAPAPORT… A diamond ring bought at a flea market for $13 (GBP 10) in the 1980s has gone to a buyer at Sotheby’s for $847,667, smashing its
pre-sale estimate.
The seller had acquired the ring (pictured, above right) at a car-boot sale — an
informal British junk market — on the assumption it was only
costume jewelry. However, the stone turned out to be a real, 26.29-carat, VVS2-clarity di…

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