|Every piece was still in it's original, vintage box and includes this Cartier 19.86 carat, D, potentially internally flawless, diamond ring from the 1930's, with an estimated value of $2 to $3 million dollars...which seems low to me.|
|And then there was the extremely rare Belle Epoque, 9 carat, fancy, vivid purple-pink, diamond by Dreicer & Co., circa 1910, valued at $6 to $8 million dollars, which she inherited from her mother.|
|Among the 17 items found were two unbelievable Cartier bracelets. This one is an art deco diamond and emerald piece valued at $50,000 to $70,000.|
Not to mention the real estate. Clark left three New York apartments which overlook Central Park and are believed to be the biggest in the city. Two occupy the entire 8th floor of a Fifth Avenue address. The third unit takes up one half of the 12th floor at the same address and was used to store her doll collection. Cue the tinkly, creepy "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" music. The real estate is estimated to fetch in the neighborhood of $55 million dollars.
Of course there are two wills, and the contesting will go on for years. Huguette had no children and reportedly left the bulk of her $400 million fortune to her nurse. This person should look both ways before she crosses those busy New York streets.