|Diamond fetches $21.5 million|
|THE WEST AUSTRALIAN, REUTERS|
|Wednesday, 14 November 2012 07:31|
A huge, internally flawless diamond from India's fabled Golconda mines was sold at auction in Geneva on Tuesday night for 20.355 million Swiss francs ($20.5 million), Christie's said.
The rare, colourless stone weighing 76.02 carats once belonged to Archduke Joseph August of Austria (1872-1962), a prince of the Hungarian line of the Habsburgs.
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