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1600 copy of Monalisa sold for US$ 242,634 in Paris auction

Nov 11, 2021


A faithful copy of Leonardo da Vincis "Mona Lisa", one of the worlds most recognizable paintings, has sold for 210,000 euros ($242,634) at a Paris auction on 9 November. The auction house, Artcurial, estimated that the copy, dating from about 1600 and looking basically identical, would fetch between 150,000 and 200,000 euros. Leonardos original, which the French king François I bought from the painter in 1518, can be found at the Louvre Museum in Paris, which draws huge crowds to see its mysterious smile.

In June, a European collector bought another 17th-century copy of the "Mona Lisa" at Christies in Paris for 2.9 million euros, a record for a reproduction of the work. In 2017, Christies New York sold Leonardos "Salvator Mundi" for $450 million.

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