Some notable diamond finds from the Crater of Diamonds State Park include:

1917 — Lee J. Wagner of the Arkansas Diamond Company — 17.86 carats, exceptional canary yellow (the uncut gem is on display in the National Museum of Natural History)

1924 — The Uncle Sam — at 40.23 carats, the largest diamond ever discovered in North America

1964 — The Star of Murfreesboro 34.25 carats

1975 — W. W. Johnson — 16.37 carats "Amarillo Starlight" (largest found since 1972)

1978 — Betty Lamle — 8.61 carat "Lamle Diamond" (third largest found since 1972)

1981 — Carroll Blankenship — 8.82 carat "Star of Shreveport" (second largest found since 1972)

1990 — Shirley Strawn — 3.09 carat "Strawn-Wagner Diamond" – cut to 1.09 carats in 1997, and graded a "perfect" 0/0/0 by the American Gem Society in 1998, making it the first diamond ever to receive such an AGS grading. Currently on exhibit at the park.

1991 — Joe Fedzora — 6.23 carat "Bleeding Heart Diamond" - brownish yellow

1997 — Richard Cooper — 6.72 carat "Cooper Diamond" - unusual deep purplish-brown

2006 — Marvin Culver — 4.21 carats "Okie Dokie Diamond" - deep canary yellow and flawless. Seen on  the Today Show, MSNBC, Inside Edition and Travel Channel and published in Lost Treasure magazine (twice), Western and Eastern Treasures magazine, Mineralogical Record and Rocks & Minerals.

Arguably the most publicized diamond from the Crater.

2006 — Bob Wehle — 5.47 carat "Sunshine Diamond" — deep canary yellow and flawless

Dec. 2006 — Donald and Brenda Roden — 6.35 carat "Roden Diamond" -- honey-brown 2007  -had Johnson - 4.38 carats (876 mg) tea-colored diamond

2008 — Denis Tyrrell — 4.42 carat "Kimberly Diamond"