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Previous FBEI Unwanted's
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ELVIS PRESLEY SIGNED ALBUM
"A copy of Elvis Presley’s 1966 RCA soundtrack album Spinout , signed in black ink on the front cover “Elvis Presley.”
12 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches"

This is a strange addition as this is being offered by Julien's Auction house in amongst several other Elvis items that
are, as we can see, authentic.

But this one is not and the bidding starts at $1000 and has an estimate of $2000 to 3000.

Link To Ebay Listing
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FBEI # 00258  -  16.11.11
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ELVIS PRESLEY'S LAST SIGNATURES ---NO OTHER LIKE THIS DATED JUNE 27, 1977
"ONE OF THE LAST SIGNATURES OF ELVIS PRESLEY,  45 DAYS BEFORE HIS DEATH.   I HAVE A    "GREEN
RETURN RECEIPT CARD"  THAT ELVIS  SIGNED--   JUNE 27, 1977.  REASON FOR THE SIGNATURE CARD IS A
LETTER THAT WAS SENT TO HIM, TELLING HIM ABOUT A PREMINITION OF HIS DEATH. ELVIS PRESLEY WAS IN
FACT DEAD (45 DAYS LATER.)   

THE CARD  HAS BEEN APPRAISED AND FOUND TO BE AUTHENIC.    THE ENTIRE STORY AND A COPY OF A 25
YEAR OLD LETTER THAT WAS STILL SEALED AND WRITTEN TO ELVIS PRESLEY, WAS AIRED ON NATIONAL TV
IN 2008, PROVING THE VALIDITY OF THE PREMINITION.       ONE OF A KIND FOR SURE!!!   

Just when you thought you'd seen it all, we get to see this messed up joke of a fake. You've read the "tale" that comes
with this thing and so are we to believe the postman got through the Graceland gates, go up to the house, ring the bell
and low behold Elvis opens the door????  HECK NO!

Link To Ebay Listing
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FBEI # 00259  -  16.11.11
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NOTICE: The items listed on these pages are of our opinion only. There is no exact science to finding what is real and what is not (i.e. Autographs) and so we can only try our best to give you our thoughts
and advice. The final decision is of course your own, we cannot be help responsible for
any decisions made by any individual regarding the purchase of any items listed or NOT on these pages.
More Recent FBEI Un-Wanted's
SPECIAL SOUVENIR GLASS FOR ELVIS' OPENING SHOW AUGUST 19th 1974

If we look back through all the suspicious items we've featured, you'll notice that time to time other "Rare" or "Promotional" glass items from Elvis'
Las Vegas shows have turned up and now here we have another one of these mega rare Vegas memorabiia that all of a sudden appear out of the
blue having been seen by nobody, having never appeared in any collectors books, auctions etc.

This time it's a drinking glass with engraved writing in red. Apparently, the person selling these puts one up on ebay around every 4 weeks. So this
individual has already sold 3 or 4 of these which is remarkable when you consider how rare these things are claimed to be.

What's engraved on the glass? Remember, it's claimed that these were available to BUY from the Souvenir stalls at the Concert????
       I Saw
   
    ELVIS
      
  Live
Las Vegas Nevada
August 19th 1974
 
   Hilton  Hotel  
Once again all we can advise is that you avoid these items. We went to Loanne Parker (Colonels Wife) who confirmed to us that these glass items
were not part of Parkers promotion campaigns for Elvis in Vegas.
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FBEI # 00261 - 08.07.13
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SIGNED CARD FROM ELVIS PRESLEY

This item was sent to in to Joe and it was pretty clear that this was NOT signed by Elvis Presley.
Actually, the individual who attempted to recreate Elvis' autograph has done a pretty good job on the Best Wishes, but the Elvis
Presley doesn't even come close.

As you will see, the Elvis looks nothing like the usual Elms and the P of Presley not only looks more like a capital R but is not
attached to the end of Elvis.

If you see this one pop up anywhere all we can advise is AVOID!

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FBEI # 00260  -  08.07.13
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If you want to see some examples of real & fake Elvis autographs then pop along to a special page HERE
GRACELAND AUCTIONS LOT 181:
Group of Three Elvis Presley Las Vegas Opening Night Invitations, Including January 26, 1970, August 9, 1971 and August 19, 1974 - Also
Includes 1974 "I Saw Elvis in Las Vegas" Souvenir Cocktail Glass

It's crazy but our last F.B.E.I. entry, 3 years ago was this very glass. SOMEONE in the Elvis collector / sellers market manufactured several different
glass items and they all started to appear on the scene over the year (see other fakes below).

One of the tricks is to sell one of these fake glass items and sell it among AUTHENTIC Vegas items.


What's engraved on the glass? Remember, it's claimed that these were available to BUY from the Souvenir stalls at the Concer
t.... NOT TRUE!!!
           I Saw
   
        ELVIS
    
        Live
 Las  Vegas  Nevada
   August 19th 1974
       Hilton  Hotel  
Once again all we can advise is that you avoid these items. We went to Loanne Parker (Colonels Wife) who confirmed to us that these glass items
were not part of Parkers promotion campaigns for Elvis in Vegas.


Go To See Lot 181
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GRACELAND AUCTIONS  LOT 9 :
1957 8mm Film of Elvis Presley Performing at the Chicago Amphitheatre - Nearly 5 Minutes of Unpublished Footage of
Elvis in his Famous Gold Lamé

Thanks to E.E.R's very own News Hound-Dog, Tony Stuchbury. For the Third year running, we have saved fans from spending what  
is potentially many thousands of pounds on something that has the Graceland seal of approval, a certificate of authenticity from
GRACELAND / EPE only to be found to be 100% not what is claimed.

This "UNPUBLISHED" film from 1957 turned out to not only published since at least the early 1960's, BUT that the film in the auction
was / is in actual fact just a COPY taken from the original film. EPE have now withdrawn the film (Lot 9).

Read all about the investigation into revealing the TRUTH
here
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FBEI # 00262  -  10.08.16
THE F.B.E.I. IS BACK! - It's hard to believe that the last entry into the F.B.E.I list of the most unwanted bogus, suspicious, questionable or just way over priced items was just over 3
years ago! Since then we've continued to help many fans with questions regarding our opinions on autographs etc which they were looking to purchase. We also helped bring
around the removal of a fake jumpsuit from a Graceland Auction worth around UK£116,000 (US£150,000) meaning E.E.R have helped some of our fellow fans save in more than
UK£136,000 (US$176,000) on items which were either in our opinion, or proved to be far from authentic.

So now after our 3 year break, the F.B.E.I. Return in our continuing aim to help give our fellow fans a chance to get a look at what suspicious items are doing the rounds out on the
world wide web.


REMEMBER: The items listed on these pages are of our opinion only. There is no exact science to finding what is real and what is not (i.e. Autographs) and so we can only try our
best to give you our thoughts and advice. The final decision is of course your own.
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FBEI # 00263  -  10.08.16