In the mid-60's the fabulous "Diamond of Koohinoor" went missing whilst
on exhibit at the British Museum. Only professional burglars could have
pulled this off, as it was almost as secure as the Queen's Jewels in the
This diamond was uncut, and was on exhibit, along with various diamond
cutter's concepts of the final form. Being uncut, it did not have the
appearance of the finished product, of course. The major problem the
theives faced was a method of getting their loot out of the country.
Never caught the crooks, or recovered the "rock". Wonder where it could
have disappeared to?
Steve Laifman < One first kiss, >
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