I have a simple white Portland Maine toilet that would match your typical claw foot tub and 2 faucet sink from the early 1900's. The potty uses all standard parts and was working when I replaced it…Continue
Started Sep 1, 2012
I have a 14" set back 1917 Portland Maine, white toilet that needs a new home. I traded it out for an elongated seat style (ruining my historic bathroom - lol). It uses available parts when…Continue
Started Aug 17, 2012
I was going to sell the potty, but I get so much stuff free off of Craigslist, I am keeping the free circle turning. The potty is white, in perfect shape. (This matches the claw foot tub and the…Continue
Started Jun 2, 2012
The old central chimney crumbled and was removed in the 70's. All that is left, is an arched base in the cellar. That is crumbly too. I would like to make use of at least one of the 4 old mantles…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by helen liu May 6, 2012.
I have a simple white Portland Maine toilet that would match your typical claw foot tub and 2 faucet sink from the early 1900's. The potty uses all standard parts and was working when I replaced it with an extended bowl. I had put a gallon jug of water in the tank to save water. The offset is 2 inches farther out than standard, but there is some room for adjustment by replacing the goose neck with a different piece.
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