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Marine Vitreous China Toilet Bowl on

US $50.00

Toledo, Ohio, United States

Toledo, Ohio, United States

Used marine toilet bowl (head) with seat. Measuring: 8.75" h x 13" diameter (OD) x 14" depth. Weighs 22 lbs. In very good condition & it has been sanitized. Has back center water feed. Please contact us with any questions because ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

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