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    Unmounted Burma Sapphire
    The cushion-shaped sapphire measures 9.01 x 8.57 x 6.97 mm and weighs 4.87 carats. Two Laboratory reports accompany the sapphire: an AGTA Gemological Testing Center # 98002711, dated August 18, 2008, stating Natural Corundum, Origin Burma (Myanmar), Shows No Indications of Heating, and GIA # 2145988228, dated October 3, 2012, stating Natural Corundum, CMT Type 1, Origin Burma (Myanmar), No Indications of Heating.

    Property of a Philadelphia, PA Collector

    Condition Report*: Gem Type: Burma (Myanmar) Sapphire
    Gem Certification No: 98002711, 2145988228
    Gem Lab: AGTA, GIA
    Gem Average Clarity: Good
    Gem Shape: Cushion-cut
    Gem Count: 1 - 25
    Overall Condition: Excellent
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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    9th Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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