I might actually have some in my basement, pink, from a bathroom built in
that era (my best guess). I doubt I have that much and I'd keep it for my
There are shops around that handle old bathroom fixtures. Try searching for
salvage yards, particularly ones with old toilets (which were made in colors
not easily replaced now). There was a shop locally I know of, but it closed
and the contents were auctioned off. Also, you could see if there is some
kind of old home salvage organization. We have one that saves old things
from old houses and sells them so homeowners can preserve the original
character of their homes.
You might try the building contractor, or the tile contractor, on the
outside chance that their stock room is like Fibber McGee's closet and
they stil have some, or there is some old timer who remembers installing
the same time in other houses :o) Not much chance, but you never know.
Or, take a sample to a couple of local contractors to see if they are
doing a tear out and can same some for you. Seems it would be easer to
get it redone, and one color for 40 years is a LONG time, even for me :o)
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