This undated photo provided by the American Museum of Natural History shows a rare 19th century 55.08-carat diamond has gone on temporary view at the museum in New York. The Kimberley Diamond gets its... more 
This undated photo provided by the American Museum of Natural History shows a rare 19th century 55.08-carat diamond has gone on temporary view at the museum in New York. The Kimberley Diamond gets its name from the mine in South Africa where it was found sometime before 1868. It was cut from a 490-carat crystal. The champagne-colored, emerald-cut diamond will be on display through the end of June 2014. (AP Photo/American Museum of Natural History, Denis Finnin) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By American Museum of Natural History, Denis Finnin
Fri, Jul 12, 2013 1:06 PM EDT