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    Japanese Certificate? Anyone read Japanese?

    Hello, My wife was tagging some items we got at auction to put on sale. She came across this certificate inside the picture & frame included in the photos;
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    Certificate is of a heavier cardboard material shielded in a plastic cover and the picture measures approx. 18" high.

    My first guess is it is a certificate connected to some type of jewel like a diamond.

    Your Bud Aurum
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    from the top left,
    Bank of Japan
    title: Expert Opinion
    Color and Transparency: White, Glossy. Golden gloss, transparent
    Weight: 1.65 carets
    Hardness: 10 degrees
    Specific Gravity: 3.52 indicating stone diamond. (suspended in middle layer)

    conclusion: As a result, we recognize it is a good natural genuine diamond, highest frame purity pt. 900
    Market Price including excise tax: 104,000,000 Yen ($1,040,000)

    damn! hope you have the diamond!
    Also the date on this is Showa 48 (1973) so the price would be more today!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Discrimination Dave View Post
    from the top left,
    Bank of Japan
    title: Expert Opinion
    Color and Transparency: White, Glossy. Golden gloss, transparent
    Weight: 1.65 carets
    Hardness: 10 degrees
    Specific Gravity: 3.52 indicating stone diamond. (suspended in middle layer)

    conclusion: As a result, we recognize it is a good natural genuine diamond, highest frame purity pt. 900
    Market Price including excise tax: 104,000,000 Yen ($1,040,000)

    damn! hope you have the diamond!
    Also the date on this is Showa 48 (1973) so the price would be more today!
    Thanks Dave, They probably just stuck it in the picture for safe keeping and forgot about it.
    Wouldn't that be the find of a lifetime? If I had it, I wouldn't be in this cubicle.

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    It reads Som-Ting-Wong all I know is I wish you the best and maybe that diamond is somewhere
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    thats funny I would check that picture pretty good you might be stuck in that cubical anyway if the wife likes it lol
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