This set is a fairly unusual toilet that Standard put out back in the early 1930’s. There’s a long ledge on the back of the bowl that’s meant to hide the metal spud and flush elbow. The tank on this set is intended to mount just above the bowl, so it has the “look” of a close coupled toilet. The tank on this set is a bit older, it’s dated 1929, and the bowl is a 1937. This set will require some specialized plumbing rough-ins, the bowl will need to mounted to a 4″ closet flange (not a 4×3) and will need a 14″ rough. The tank is a rear inlet model, so the supply line comes in through the back of the tank. Your plumber will need to stub out a 3/8″ pipe nipple 8″ to left of centerline, approximately 32″ up on wall.
As for condition, this set is excellent. The only flaw we could find is a factory “dent”, it’s on the bottom of the tank on the front right edge. It’s shown in the gallery. One only!