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It's the most wonderful time of the year! And we're here to make your holiday gift-buying a bit easier this holiday season with our Revolutionary Gift Guides.

The 2014 archaeological excavation by urban archaeologist Rebecca Yamin prior to construction at the site of the Museum yielded nearly 82,000 pieces of artifacts. Among the many treasures those pieces came together to yield was the “Success to the Triphena” punch bowl, which was found in a privy pit from what was an unlicensed tavern on Carter’s Alley during the 18th century. And now, you too can have your very own collection of Success to the Triphena punch bowl items.

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Success to the Triphena Ceramic Serving Trivet


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Success to the Triphena Ornament


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Archaeology at the Site of the Museum of the American Revolution: A Tale of Two Taverns and the Growth of Philadelphia by Rebecca Yamin


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Success to the Triphena Stein


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Success to the Triphena Bowl



For more Revolutionary gifts, check out the Museum Shop online and on your next visit.