Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa painting replica is to be sold with an expected price of €300,000 or $365,645 at Christie’s auction house in Paris, France. “This work and its history illustrate the fascination that the Mona Lisa and the aura of Leonardo da Vinci have always held,” Christie’s said in a press conference. The Mona Lisa replica, known as Mona Lisa Hekking, was painted in the 17th century. It was named after its ex-owner and one of da Vinci’s followers Raymond Hekking. He acquired the canvas in the 1950s from an art dealer in Nice, Italy.

The original Mona Lisa is considered to be the world’s most famous painting. It is believed to have been painted in the 16th century by da Vinci. The masterpiece’s theft from the Louvre Museum in Paris gained international recognition. It was recovered in 1913 when the culprit Vincenzo Peruggia—who was an employee of the museum itself—attempted to sell the painting to an antiques dealer in Florence, Italy.