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Sotheby's are auctioning the 9.54-carat ring it says belonged to Shirley Temple, the movie star-turned-diplomat who appeared in films such as "Bright Eyes" and "Curly Top." Child star Shirley Temple started performing in films at age 3. After leaving Hollywood, she entered politics and took on several ambassador positions overseas.
The cushion-cut stone was a gift from her father in 1940, Sotheby's said in a statement. At the time, she was 12 and her movie, "The Blue Bird," had just premiered. The ring will be auctioned on April 19, and is estimated to fetch between $25 million and $35 million. Shirley Temple started acting at age three, and her films were massive box-office hits in her childhood years. After stepping down from the silver screen, she enjoyed a long career as an ambassador,

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