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Gems & Gemology: The Quarterly Journal of the Gemological Institute of America.

 

G&G Article Index:  Famous Diamonds

Below please find a list of links to Gems & Geology back issues on the subject of notable diamonds:

  • 1934, The Orloff, p. 5, 3pp.
  • 1934, The diamonds of the Prince of Gaekwar of Baroda, p. 7, 1p.
  • 1934, A 2000 ct. diamond found in Brazil (?); a 560 ct. diamond and a 726 ct. diamond found in S. Africa, p. 26, 1p.
  • March-April 1934, The Regent, p. 41, 3pp.
  • May-June 1934, Comparison of the Cullinan and the Jonker diamonds, p. 72, 1p. (See also May-June 1934, p. 99, 1p.)
  • May-June 1934, The Nassak Diamond, p. 93, 3pp.
  • July-Aug. 1934, The Empress Eugenie Diamond scandal, p. 104, 1p.
  • July-Aug. 1934, The Jonker, p. 105, 3pp.
  • -Oct. 1934, The Hope Diamond to Europe with Mrs. E. McLean, p. 137, 2pp.
  • -Dec. 1934, The Sancy Diamond, p. 169, 4pp.
  • -Dec. 1934, A ruby red (5 ct.) diamond and La Favorite Diamond at Chicago World’s Fair, p. 172, 1p.
  • March-April 1935, The Star of the South, p. 220, 3pp.
  • May-June 1935, The Jonker was bought by H. Winston, p. 243, 1p.
  • May-June 1935, The Jubilee, p. 250, 2pp.
  • July-Aug. 1935, The Hope Diamond, p. 277, 4pp.
  • Spring 1936, The Florentine, p. 15, 4pp.
  • Summer 1936, Cleaving the Jonker, p. 35, 2pp.
  • Summer 1937, The Jonker Diamond cut, p. 103, 2pp.
  • Fall 1938, Dresden Green, Tiffany Yellow, Empress Eugenie, English Dresden, Star of Este Diamond, p. 183, 2pp.
  • Winter 1939, Kohinoor, p. 53, 4pp.
  • Summer 1940, Presidente Vargas, Darcy Vargas; and a 268 ct. carbonado, p. 82, 3pp.
  • Spring 1941, The Vargas Diamond, by Ball, p. 35, 2pp.
  • Spring 1941, The Great Mogul; Star of South Africa (or Dudley), p. 143, 2pp.
  • Summer 1941, The Great Star of Africa (cut from the Cullinan), p. 159, 3pp.
  • Fall 1943, The Moon Diamond, by Anderson, p. 101, 1p.
  • Fall 1944, Presidente Vargas diamond cut; the Punch Jones of Virginia, p. 168, 2pp.
  • Spring 1945, A 770 ct. diamond found in Sierra Leone; a 120 ct. diamond from East Africa, p. 213, 1p.
  • Summer 1945, The Tiffany Yellow (correction on number of facets), p. 223, 1p.
  • Winter 1945, Jonker No.1, weight correction, p. 283, 1p.
  • Winter 1945, The Battershill Diamond, p. 284, 1p.
  • Spring 1946, The Nizam Diamond (report from 1847), p. 308, 4pp.
  • Summer 1946, The Sancy Diamond owned by Astors, p. 330, 1p.
  • Summer 1947, A huge table diamond; the Orloff; the Shah, p. 432, 3pp.
  • Winter 1947, The Sancy Diamond ownership in question, p. 499, 1p.
  • Spring 1948, The 770 ct. Woyie Diamond displayed; Hope in trust, p. 26, 1p.
  • Winter 1948, A 10 ct. pear-shaped diamond engraved in intaglio, p. 99, 1p.
  • Winter 1948, A 54 ct. pink rough diamond, 23.6 cts. cut, the Williamson Diamond, p. 119, 1p.
  • Spring 1949, Both the Hope and Star of the East bought from the McLean estate by H. Winston, p. 161, 1p.
  • Winter 1949, Star of the East, history given by H. Winston, p. 257, 2pp.
  • Fall 1950, The Slijper Diamond (a diamond within a diamond), p. 347, 2pp.
  • Winter 1950, A list of Brazil’s largest diamonds, p. 375, 1p.
  • Spring 1951, A 195½ ct. diamond and a 182½ ct. diamond found in S. Africa, p. 24, 1p.
  • Spring 1951, The Presidente Eurico Gaspar Dutra Diamond, third largest Brazilian diamond, p. 26, 2pp.
  • Fall 1951, Largest diamond out of Kimberley found (511½ cts.), p. 102, 1p.
  • Fall 1952, La Belle Helene, 160 cts., found near Orange River, p. 227, 1p.
  • Spring 1953, La Belle Helene, Type II diamond, p. 275, 4pp.
  • Spring 1953, The Theresa Diamond, 21.5 cts. (found in WI. in 1888), p. 285, 1p.
  • Winter 1954, A 273½ ct. diamond found in Jagersfontein Mine, p. 126, 1p.
  • Spring 1959, The 126 ct. Jonker Diamond sold to the Queen of Nepal by Farouk, p. 284, 1p.
  • Summer 1959, The 102.55 ct. Aschberg Diamond sold, p. 317, 1p.
  • Spring 1960, The Hope Diamond, tested by B. Krashes for natural blue color, p. 11, 1p.
  • Spring 1960, A 740 ct. carbonado given to the Smithsonian, p. 23, 1p.
  • Fall 1961, An engraved diamond, circa 1815 (approx. 2 cts.), p. 223, 1p.
  • Fall 1963, The De Beers diamond collection, colored, p. 80, 2pp. (see cover)
  • Fall 1964, A large diamond watch crystal, p. 216, 2pp.
  • Winter 1964, The Nassak Diamond at the GIA, p. 246, 2pp.
  • Fall 1968, A 20 ct. pear-shaped portrait diamond, p. 337, 1p.
  • Spring 1969, Notable diamonds in the Crown Jewels of Iran, by Meen, p. 3, 6pp.
  • Spring 1972, A 28 ct. blue/colorless Type IIb, two-toned diamond, p. 11, 1p.
  • Fall 1973, A 232 ct. diamond, largest from Russia, found, p. 221, 1p.
  • Summer 1974, The Uncle Sam Diamond, p. 304, 2pp.