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    Grateful Dead - Jerry Garcia Blue Iceberg Signed Limited Edition Lithograph. The original art for this print was done by the Grateful Dead singer and guitarist in 1986, shortly after coming out of a diabetic coma. It's a beautiful airbrushed image, created using templates, in frosty blue hues. Number 411 in a limited edition of 500, the print measures 24" x 19", and is signed by Garcia and numbered in pencil. Excellent condition Double-matted and framed to an overall size of 30.75" x 36.25". Requires third party shipping.

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    December, 2011
    13th Tuesday
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