Does Mona Lisa Have a Double?

Researchers say that a painting found before World War I of the woman with the enigmatic smile was the work of Leonardo da Vinci.
3:00 | 09/24/12

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And -- -- -- as the world's best known and most visited painting. And it was that familiar smile of course in fact it's all too familiar. If you've seen the first Mona Lisa -- -- of art experts who make their case today for the authenticity of what's called the -- worth. Mona Lisa they say that it was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci about ten years before the Mona Lisa we all know. And it is a painting of the same woman slightly younger that same small.

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