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Living tiny isn't all its cracked up to be. We need more storage space and the wife has decided the pedestal sink has to go.

Solid porcelain made in 1915 IIRC, signed by the craftsman where the basin attaches to the pedestal. It's not perfect but it is pretty. Not original faucets.

Can any of you old house fans help me put a price on it?

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That's about right. Ebay runs 'em from about $250 for a nameless to >$1000 for an old Standard or Crane.

It's not worth anything to most of America; it's a too big doorstop or a too small boat mooring anchor.

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