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    Grateful Dead "Skull and Roses" Avalon Poster # FD26-3, Third Printing, 9/16-17/66 (Bindweed Press/Family Dog, 1966). This poster has rarely been designated by its number, it has simply been known by its name: the "Skull and Roses" poster. It is the key to any quality Grateful Dead poster collection, with an image has been reproduced on t-shirts, calendars, hats, and more. It is the universal symbol of "the Dead." Although this is a third printing of this poster, it was printed at the time of the concert, and has been reprinted ten different times in total. This poster is in excellent condition except for a small ding on the lower right corner. It measures 14" x 20". VF.

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    April, 2005
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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