Tie-Dye Mandala Terrapin Stash Box

The Tie-Dye Mandala Terrapin Stash Box features on its top the beloved 1977 Grateful Dead album cover for Terrapin Station, with original artwork by Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse. On the front of this little stash box, a line from the title song reads, "The sullen wings of fortune beat like rain You're back in Terrapin for good or ill again."

         The other three sides of the box are graced with a tie-dye mandala by Courtenay Pollock, the artist who once designed the stage backdrops for the Grateful Dead. A picture of a young, excited Courtenay appears on the bottom of the box, and he is quoted on the inside, saying, in part, "As we opened up the mandala we began singing the Halleluja chorus in three-part harmony..."

         The Tie-Dye Mandala Terrapin Stash Box is a tight little box that will do a stash proud. Dimensions: 3” L x 3” W x 2” H. This box found a happy home in Asheville!

"The pictures do not do it justice! The box is just beautiful! These are a must for every Deadhead's collection!"

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