|GRACELAND'S NEXT AUCTION
December 07, 2015 - EPE / Elvis Express Radio
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January is a time to celebrate the talented life of Elvis Presley and the gifts he gave to the world during his lifetime and beyond. To honor the memory of his great talent, we are
delighted to present you with the opportunity to participate in the upcoming Auction at Graceland.
Elvis' light continues to shine in the hearts of collectors and fans worldwide and what a better way to keep the fires burning than to own a treasured Elvis artifact. Graceland Auctions
is pleased to present a varying array of amazing artifacts from Elvis' life and career. A plethora of unique and historical gems include the legendary guitar played by Elvis during the
groundbreaking Aloha from Hawaii concert televised worldwide in 1973 and at over 100 additional live performances. Elvis' Gibson Ebony Dove is one of the most significant guitars
ever to be offered publicly.
This historical guitar, along with personally-owned clothing, significant recording agreements, jewellery, even a remarkable early handwritten letter and so much more will be on offer
on January 7 at the Graceland Archive Studio.
Highlights include Elvis' amazing Gibson Ebony Dove guitar, an incredible handwritten letter to his pal Alan "Hog Ears" Fortas while he was in the Army, original recording of the
Louisiana Hayride show in which the famous phrase "Elvis has left the building" was first uttered, an early 1956 signed concert contract, a classic "TCB" gold necklace gifted to his
friend Sam Thompson, a digital Omega watch gifted to Charlie Hodge, a crystal and diamond ring gifted to Linda Thompson, Elvis' leather coat, Colonel Parker's Harem Holiday robe
and so much more. There is something for every level and interest of collector!
Auction highlights include:
Elvis Stage-Used Guitar from Jan 14, 1973 Aloha from Hawaii Concert - Given to Fan in the Front Row on July 24, 1975 in Asheville, North Carolina Est: $300,000 - 500,000
Incredible 1958 Elvis Presley Handwritten 2-Page Letter to Alan Fortas "Hog Ears" Sent While in the Army Stationed in Germany. Estimate: $30,000 - 50,000
Complete Elvis Presley Concert Film from the Memorial Auditorium Show in Buffalo, NY - Shot by Elvis on Tour Director Robert Abel. Estimate: $25,000 - 35,0000
"Elvis Has Left the Building" - Original KWKH Reel-to-Reel of Elvis' Last Song on the Hayride - The First Time the Famous Phrase is said by Horace Logan. Est: $10,000 - 15,000
Gold, Diamond and Rock Crystal Quartz Ring Gifted by Elvis Presley to Linda Thompson. Estimate: $15,000 - 20,000
Elvis Presley 14K "TCB" Necklace Gifted to Bodyguard Sam Thompson. Estimate: $12,000 - 15,000
1970s Elvis Presley "TCB" Nautic Neostyle Prescription Sunglasses: Estimate: $12,000 - 15,000
Elvis Presley Complete Movie Poster Collection - Representing All 33 Films! (34 Total Posters) Estimate: $12,000 - 15,000
Elvis Presley Gold-Toned Microphone and Cord Used on Stage in 1969 at the International Hotel. Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000
Elvis Presley and Colonel Parker Signed Concert Contract for November 22-25, 1956, Ohio Shows. Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000
Gold Baue & Mercier Watch Gifted by Elvis Presley to Imperials Member Armond Morales at International Hotel, 1969. Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000
RCA Award Presented to Colonel Tom Parker for making Elvis Presley's 1956 "Hound Dog" a Million Seller. Estimate: $8,000 - 10,000
1966 Letter Agreement from Colonel Parker to Harry Jenkins of RCA Signed by Elvis Presley Regarding Flat $100,000 Promotion Payment for 1967 With Promotional Materials and
Original Invoice. Estimate: $8,000 - 10,000
Elvis Presley Double-Signed Army Press Memorandum, September 22, 1958 - The Day He Sailed for Germany. Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000
1965 Colonel Tom Parker Harem Holiday Robe Worn on the Set of Elvis Presley's Film "Harum Scarum." Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000
Elvis Presley Personally Owned Leather Coat. Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000
1973 Gold Omega TC1 Digital Watch with Inscription Gifted to Charlie Hodge from Elvis Presley. Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000
Elvis Presley Personally Owned and Worn Gray Guayabera Shirt. Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000
Each and every lot in this auction has been thoroughly researched and certified by Graceland Authenticated, the authority in Elvis and pop culture authentication. Navigating the
marketplace for Elvis artifacts can be confusing, if not treacherous. Graceland Authenticated removes the guesswork and sets a new standard in artifact authentication, providing
bidders with the peace of mind that the artifact they are buying is what it claims to be. Every lot in this auction is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Graceland
Authenticated, so you can bid with confidence.
[E.E.R Adds: The previous Graceland Auction had a items that were proved to be fake, after we brought attention to this and highlighted our concerns and suspicions. Even though
the items had ALL been, as EPE state; "thoroughly researched and certified by Graceland Authenticated. Every lot in this auction is accompanied by a letter of
authenticity from Graceland Authenticated, so you can bid with confidence, the fabricated items were eventually removed by EPE. We hope that future auctions put on by
EPE are researched and authenticated with more care from now on.]
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