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Christie’s is auctioning the largest fancy vivid pink diamond, expecting to fetch $30 million to $50 million for the nearly 19-carat, rectangular-cut gemstone. The “Pink Legacy” will be the standout offering at Christie’s fall jewellery auction in Geneva on Tuesday. The stone once belonged to the Oppenheimer diamond family, and Christie’s says it qualifies as a Type IIa diamond—the most chemically pure stones with little, if any, nitrogen. It says fancy vivid pink diamonds over 10 carats are “virtually unheard of” in salesrooms. On Wednesday, Sotheby’s will auction jewellery once owned by French Queen Marie Antoinette that hasn’t been seen in public for 200 years.