Item No: pdcc00040
Title: The "Penny Pot House", A.D 1700
Additional Title: Corner front and Vine Streets.
Print and Picture Collection
Wood engraving of the Penny Pot tavern which stood at the corner of Front and Vine Streets. One of the earliest and most popular "public houses" in Philadelphia in the late 17th Century, it achieved notoriety for selling beer at only a penny a pot, which was illegal at the time.
Castner, Samuel, Jr., 1843-1929 - Compiler