Tuesday, 16 November 2020


Now here's a story that will definitely be picked up Hollywood (California not Wicklow). Two poor miners in Brazil find the world's biggest emerald, now known as the Bahai Emerald. It is estimated to be worth anything up to $1 billion. The huge uncut rock ends up in the United States where it is seized by police after complaints that it has been stolen. Six people or firms then put in a claim that they own it. They can't all be telling the truth, but then one per cent of $1 billion still adds up and I bet the lawyers will all get paid. Read about it here.


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