A lost treasure of the English monarchy may have just been found in a New York City rug gallery.
The missing artwork cost King Henry VIII millions of pounds and vanished sometime after his death in the 16th century.
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It all started with a Google search by a Cambridge professor, who was just looking for a tapestry replica, an image to use to in a lecture. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports in the video above.