A resident of the English county of Buckinghamshire, a woodcarver by profession, needed stained glass. At the auction, a suitable one was just offered for sale, and there were practically no other bidders for the purchase.
After unpacking the purchase, the buyer discovered that they were church stained glass windows. It was later revealed that they were made in the middle of the 19th century and belonged to the Cathedral of St. Mary in Sheffield. While saving the stained-glass windows from shelling during the Second World War, the glass was removed from the windows and hidden, but they could not be returned to their place. For eight decades, the stained-glass windows were considered lost, and now they have been miraculously found, writes the Good News Network.
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