(Strange story) – The lost part of Henry VIII’s crown was found under a tree after 400 years.
An amateur treasure hunter was fortunate enough to find the missing part of King Henry VIII’s lost crown, buried under a tree 400 years since it was stolen.
This monolithic gold statue is worth up to 2 million pounds (over 60 billion VND) and this lucky person is 49-year-old Kevin Duckett. When you pass, look for luck in a field near Market Harborough, Northamptonshire.
|The part lost on Henry VIII’s crown was found under a tree after 400 years.|
It is currently in the British Museum. Share with the press, this person said at first he meant it was just the shell of a certain package of cake. It was right next to a hole, until he dug it out that he knew it was monolithic gold.
Historians once worried that this treasure was lost forever when Oliver Cromwell ordered the crown to be melted down and sold as coins after the overthrow of the monarchy.
|Portrait of a lucky man who found this treasure|
If the British Museum can verify the authenticity of the statue, Mr. Duckett will have to resell them at a price determined by an independent council.