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DeLong Star Ruby

The DeLong Star Ruby, a 100.32 carat (20.064 g) oval cabochon star ruby, was discovered in Burma in the early twentieth century. It was sold by Martin Ehrmann to Edith Haggin DeLong for US $21,400, who donated it to the American Museum of Natural History in New York in 1937.

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The ruby was one of several precious gems stolen in an infamous jewelry heist by Jack Roland Murphy and two accomplices. After payment of a $25,000 ransom, it was recovered at the designated drop off site, a phone booth in Florida.

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