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World's Largest Flawless D-Coloured Diamond Heads for Auction

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Christie's auction house in central London displayed the world's largest flawless D-coloured diamond on Tuesday, ahead of its sale at auction. The rare type 2A, flawless, emerald-cut diamond, weighs 163.4 carats and is in D colour, one of the finest colours of diamond. The incredibly rare interally flawless diamond was found last year in Angola and is expected to go to auction in Geneva on November 10.

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