This is not just any toilet! After the Toronto Maple Leafs moved out of Maple Leaf Gardens in 1999, the team sold off much of the history associated with its legendary home, from the original Stanley Cup banners to a dressing room toilet.
Sherm Cunningham, a diehard fan and suite holder, spent close to $500,000 in November 2000, acquiring more than 100 items up for sale.
Now, more than 13 years later, his collection is available again, giving the public a chance to own the historical items.
“[Sherm] had visions of grandeur of what he was going to do with everything and it never happened,” said Hersh Borenstein, the owner of the sports memorabilia store Frozen Pond. “The stuff has been sitting in his basement for the past decade and he decided, ‘You know what, time to pass it on to people that are going to appreciate it a whole lot more than me.’”