A 15th century Flemish altarpiece discovered in the garage of a presbytery in County Wexford, Ireland has been valued at $108,764-163,147.
It will auction at Sheppard's in Durrow on July 9.
The piece was found by Father John O Reilly, who was supervising the garage's clearance.
It's unclear how the work came to be in Ireland, but it has been suggested that it may have been brought over by Belgian Benedictines fleeing mainland Europe during the first world war.
It was executed by a follower of Dieric Bouts and displays a rendering of the lamentation of Christ, a staple subject during the middle ages.
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