Unknown to gipsy sisters Bettina and Nina Kayak, an agent of the young Helena of Moritania had sewn the diamonds of the Coronation necklace on the girls’ dancing dresses in their caravan. It was a law of the country that the Coronation could not take place if the queen were not wearing the necklace; and the queen’s enemies, led-by William, the Prince Regent, were determined to find it.
- Art: John Armstrong
- Diamonds for Danger – Judy: #574 (09 January 1971) – #593 (22 May1971)
- Reprinted – Judy: #1377 (31 May 1986) – #1396 (11 October 1986)