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Jerry Garcia Keystone Sticker
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A 70's styled illustration of Jerry Garcia from the days when he was frequenting Keystone and the other San Francisco Bay Area clubs with his solo projects while the Grateful Dead were off the road. This weatherproof, die-cut vinyl sticker measures 4 1/4" x 4 1/8"



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