Andrea on Nov 23, 20215 out of 5 stars
This is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry. I love it so much and it’s a great conversation piece. The sellers were super easy to work with and shipping was fast.
Frank on Jun 4, 20215 out of 5 stars
Awesome, very fast delivery, and great product.
Phoenix on Feb 8, 20215 out of 5 stars
Beautiful!! I love this artifact and the history behind it. Matt and Melissa are very detail oriented sellers. Exactly as I described, in beautiful packaging. Exceeded my expectations.
thewordunheard on Jan 26, 20215 out of 5 stars
Seller was so easy to work with! And I got to give the weirdest best stocking stuffer
Bronwyn on Jan 15, 20215 out of 5 stars
Wow! It’s not every day you see a huge cow molar from the 1700’s... but when you do, you realize just how impactful it is and how lucky you are to possess it. Love the podcast and all of the work you guys do <3
Stephen on Dec 26, 20205 out of 5 stars
The tooth was well received and will go great on our alter. This is such a cool way to connect with the physical past of Philadelphia at such a historic time in the city. Thank you and we look forward to visiting post-covid!
stjohnlara on Dec 23, 20195 out of 5 stars
Excellent quality and interesting back-story!
Merch from the privy
In 2015, we bought a magic theater from a pedophile, a short walk from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. A year later during construction, we discovered treasure buried in 250-year-old human poop under the building, and began our ongoing journey into amateur archaeology. Since then, we've filled our home with artifacts including ceramics, glass, metal, ordnance, and animal bones, all dating from the 18th century. We've also dug deep into the history of our building and area, culminating in our podcast, the Boghouse (available everywhere you download podcasts). Now we're selling merchandise as well as some of our collection of thousands of artifacts to help fund our theater/museum dreams.
Matt & Melissa Dunphy
Matt & Melissa discovered a colonial-era privy under their Philadelphia property, and it turned their lives upside down. This Etsy store is a place where one-of-a-kind historic designs are reproduced for fans of The Boghouse Podcast.
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