A Grateful Dead pin paying tribute to the band’s roots in the form of their house number “710” from their formative years at the San Francisco home on 710 Ashbury St. The year 1965 was the official start of The Grateful Dead, and is on this pin as well. Lyrics from the song “Cumberland Blues” are on the top and bottom of the central Jerry Hand that reads “A lot of poor man got to walk the line” on top, and below “just to pay his union dues”. A symmetrical and awesome pin for sure. Original design by Rockstar Pins.