¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 certain that the number of large brilliants does not equal those at Dresden in size number or quality- but there is a multiplicity of small stones and several crowns- The largest Diamond white, weighs 133 1/2 carats occupying the fourth position in Europe, but I saw no such hansome pink and straw, blue and green brilliants as at Dresden. There are eight orders of the Golden Fleece, one of then containing a Diamond of 42 1/2 carats ^the “Frankfurt stone”^- one with three large oriental Topaz, another with three immense Hyacinthes, another with two immense chrysolites, and another with three grand garnets. All these stones, as large as walnuts-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 The 5th room called the “Golden Cabinet” also contains many valuable jewels- Among them are a Hyacinth weighing 416 Carats. A Hungarian opal large as a Hens-egg, ancient- an Aquia-marine [sic] hansomly cut weighing 492 carats, oval- An immense Peruvian Emerald weighing 2532 carats, hollow for a smelling bottle.