A toilet for the sole use of the Queen during a trip to the Midlands is being given away by a property developer.
The specially built 'throne' was installed at the former Sutton Coldfield Council House in 1957 during the World Scout Jubilee Jamboree ready for a for a visit from Queen Elizabeth II, although it went unused.
The former council building, which dates back to 1865, is now being turned into 18 apartments.
But the toilet will be replaced – so developers are giving it away free to a good home!
Anthony McCourt, director at developer Gethar Ventures, said:
As for the royal toilet, he added: