ELVIS' HIGH COLLAR SHIRT
ELVIS' HIGH COLLAR SHIRT

 

 


Elvis' personal white, high collar shirt that was worn on his last tour in June of 1977 that was left on board "The Lisa Marie" aircraft. Ms. Carole Boutilier, the flight attenant took the shirt plus another one to be dry-cleaned. Upon Elvis' death , Ms. Boutilier was returning them to Elvis' father, Mr. Vernon Presley who insisted she keep them.

 

PRICE: $15,000

 

 


ELVIS' FAUX FUR JACKET
 


Elvis' original faux fur white waist jacket with buckles, circa 1970's.

 

PRICE: $4,000

 



ELVIS' SUNGLASSES
CIRCA 1960'S
 

I purchased these dark bronze, gradient tint sunglasses from Ms. Debbie Stallings Moreno.
Ms. Moreno returned from school one afternoon in 1967 and there was a black limousine parked in the front of her home. She rushed in to ask her mother whose car that was? She told her to go to the stables and see her father.
Her father, unknown to her was selling her horse "Sugarfoot" and she became very upset, and told him you can't do that! She looked to see who he was selling it to and she immediately recognized Elvis Presley and Priscilla.
One afternoon Elvis was in the cab of Mr. Stallings truck and he left these sunglasses in the front seat. The following day Mr. Stallings wanted to return these sunglasses to Elvis but he said "just keep 'em".

 

PRICE: $15,000

 



ELVIS' LARGE WOOD ACCENT PIECE OVER FRONT DOOR
 


Elvis' original large wood accent piece over the front door of his Hillcrest home in Beverly Hills, CA . This one measures 21 inches on black base with plaque 1967-1971. With photo before it was removed and after. Letter of Authenticity from contractor.

 

 

PRICE: $1,000

 



ELVIS' ORIGINAL HILLCREST DOOR HANDLE
 


Elvis' original front right hand door brass handle from his former Hillcrest Home , Beverly Hills , CA. House is under reconstruction.

 

PRICE: $1,000 - SOLD

 


ELVIS' MASTER BEDROOM DOOR HANDLE
 


Elvis' original master bedroom door closet handle from his Hillcrest home in Beverly Hills, CA form 1967-1971. Letter of Authenticity from contractor.

PRICE: $300

 


HILLCREST DEMOLITION SIGN

 


Original demolition sign from Elvis' former home measures 18 x 24 inches.

 

PRICE: $200

 


SLATE FROM ELVIS' POOL HILLCREST HOME
 


Original grey slate from Elvis' former Hillcrest home, Beverly Hills, CA. Measures 2.5 x 8 inches.

PRICE: $100

 


ELVIS SIGNED CHECK
 


Elvis Presley original signed check to Lamar Fike dated 11/6/1969 from his Payroll & Expense Fund. Elvis wrote out this check entirely by hand.

PRICE: $7,000

 


ELVIS' MIC FROM NBC TV SPECIAL
 


One of Elvis' personal microphones used during the NBC TV Special 1968.

 

PRICE: $10,000

 


RCA/RADIO TV FROM GUARDHOUSE
 
RCA/TV combo set from the guardhouse at Graceland acquired by fan from Vester Presley during the February 1976 recording sessions. Vester was at the gates due to sessions in the Jungle Room. TV was having issues receiving a reception when he pulled it from the wall at 3:48AM.

 

PRICE: $500 - SOLD

 



ELVIS ORIGINAL REHERSAL SPEAKER
 


Elvis stage rehearsal speaker with Presley Show gold decal on unit. Measures 7 x 12 inches.

 

PRICE: $2,000

 


ELVIS' FRUIT BOWL FROM GRACELAND
 
Purchased By Mr. Travis Payne who acquired it from the original owner Ms. Holden. Ms. Holden was visiting Graceland in June 1976 when Vester Presley gave her the bowl that was delivered from the mansion as he point up to it.

 

PRICE: $500 - SOLD

 


ELVIS' SMOKED CIGAR
 
Removed by maid from Elvis' suite in June 26, 1977 prior to his concert. Letter from the maid.

 

PRICE: $300 - SOLD

 


ELVIS' PRESCRIPTION
 

Elvis Presley original prescription for Antivert 25mg dated 8/15/77. From the personal collection of his physician Dr. Nichopoulos.

 

PRICE: $5,000 - SOLD

 


MR. SHOOFEY
CIGARETTE BOX
 

Personal cigarette case belonging to Mr. Alex Shoofey who was President of the Las Vegas International Hotel. He was responsible for the signing of Elvis Presley to open in 1969. Inside of lid depicts the International hotel "Las Vegas 1969" with inscription etched in upper left hand corner "To Alex Shoofey Fabobe Barda". In the right hand corner is a crest incrusted with 19 Diamonds. Bottom of case has "ELVIS" etched. Measures 4 x 5.5 x 1.5 inches and is made of Malachite which is a stone.

PRICE: $1,000 - SOLD

 


ELVIS BUTTONS
 

Elvis original buttons that were removed from his shirts. RCA for "The Other Side-Worldwide Gold Hits Vol. 2" 4-LP set released in 1971 added as a bonus a swatch of clothing(minus the buttons) in the first 125,000 pressings. Purchased from a former employee.

PRICE: $50 Ea.


 



ELVIS 3 PIECE
NAVY BLUE SUIT

 


Consist of jacket with high collar with metal gourmet pockets on front. Shirt with cloth buttons and snaps on the sleeves so it snaps with the jacket for perfect fit. Pants with rubber top lining on the inside of the pant to keep shirt properly tucked in place. All three items have IC Costume Company label sewed in garments.

PRICE: $30,000 - SOLD

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ELVIS CLOTH BUTTON
ELVIS CLOTH BUTTON
 

Elvis' cloth button from 3 piece suit (please see display). 

 

PRICE: $200 - SOLD

 



ELVIS SUEDE VEST
& HIGH COLLAR SHIRT

 

 


Two tone suede vest with brass studs on front and back. Lace up front with leather tie down. Piece has metal rods along the front lining to give it a straight and crisp line when worn. Has IC Costume Company label woven on inside of garment.

PRICE: $10,000 - SOLD

High collar leaf pattern shirt with elastic bell sleeves. Has IC Costume Company label woven on the inside of the garment.

PRICE: $10,000 - SOLD

 

 

White Colar Shirt
ELVIS' WHITE HIGH COLLAR SHIRT
 


Elvis' personal white high collar shirt originally purchased at the Guernsey's Elvis Presley Auction in 1999(Lot C59).
Mr. Howell ( Exhibitions & Collections Mgr. EPE) removed this piece from Elvis' upstairs closet and shows wear with stains. Includes photo of Elvis wearing the shirt circa 1974).

 

PRICE: $12,000 - SOLD

 


HILTON BADGE
 


Original Las Vegas Hilton 6-point Security Badge #2. This is the second badge issued when the hotel change ownership from The International Hotel circa 1971. Back of badge is stamped Sun Badge Co.

PRICE: $300 - SOLD


 


ELVIS' RED LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
 
Red long sleeve men's shirt from the late 1960's. Originally acquired from Elvis' gardener from the Hillcrest Estate in Beverly Hills , CA.

PRICE: $3,000 - SOLD

 

suade shirt
suade shirt elvis
ELVIS’ SUEDE VEST
 


Elvis’ personal brown, high collar, suede vest with I.C. Costume Co. woven label.  This Japanese fan presented Elvis with a Kimono during his July International Hotel engagement on behalf of his fan club. In return Elvis presented him with his vest.

PRICE: $10,000


 

Paisley Shirt belonging to Elvis
Paisley pattern
ELVIS PRESLEY
RED PASILEY SHIRT

 


Elvis Presley personal owned red paisley shirt with 2 elastic arm bands with gold I.C. Costume Company label circa 1970. The original owner was employed by a Company in New York that was responsible for the cutting of the fabric swatches for the August 1971 release of “Elvis: The Other Sides-Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Volume 2” a 4-LP set from RCA Victor. Tag on shirt was used for tracking and has a black RCA block logo on the other side. 

PRICE: $8,000 - SOLD

 


ELVIS "TCB" ID CARD
 


Gold tone wallet size ID card originally prepared for Elvis' closest friends and members of his entourage. Measures 3.5 x 2.25 inches & unused. It has been mounted and framed with color photo of Elvis in his suite at the Las Vegas International Hotel with promotional piece.

PRICE: $1,000

 

Framed lock of hair
ELVIS’ FRAMED LOCK OF HAIR

 
Elvis Presley personal lock of hair (3 strands)with silver concert tab button.  Photo was taken in 1970 at RCA Studios in Hollywood, CA. Framed in black lacquer over wood with silver inlay.  Measures 24 x 26 inches.

PRICE: $500 - SOLD

 


PRISCILLA PRESLEY
SIGNED LETTER
 


A single paged letter on her personal stationary , dated July 25, 1990 signed in black ink by Priscilla. In the content, Priscilla represents the Estate of Elvis Presley to the Motion Picture Academy as a explanation why she cannot contribute to an endowment program in her ex husband's name. Color photo of Elvis in front of Graceland framed in double matt.

PRICE: $500

 



ELVIS SIGNED CHECK

 

 


Elvis signed and handed this check for $1,500 on Dec. 22, 1974 to Ms. Shelia Ryan. Ms. Ryan was Elvis' girlfriend at the time. The Memo section of the check reads: "Personal for EP"

PRICE: $5,000 - SOLD

 

vinoELVIS ACETATE VINO, DINERO & AMOR
 


Elvis acetate recording of Vino, Dinero & Amor from the film "Fun in Acapulco"  with yellow RADIO RECORDERS label circa 1963.

 

 

PRICE: $1,000 - SOLD

 

VIS' PERSONAL XMAS LP
ELVIS' PERSONAL XMAS LP
 


Found in his trunk that was returned from Army duty in Germany in 1960. LOA from Greg Howell on Graceland Stationery.

PRICE: $1,500 - SOLD

 

ELVIS SIGNED RCA LOGO
ELVIS SIGNED RCA LOGO
 


Signed by Elvis in black marker along the "R" at RCA Studio B in Nashville TN during his June 1970 recording session.  A staff member removed the sign from the wall  and had Elvis sign it during a break.    Measures 9 x 28 inches.  Letters are red plastic on a acrylic base w/hook . Some cracks to the lettering. 

PRICE: $3,000 - SOLD

 

RCA E.P. CASE
RCA E.P. CASE
 


Elvis' case with E.P. Initials in gold purchased from a gentlemen in Memphis who acquired it at The Salvation Army where many items were donated by the estate in the 1970's. Has old RCA logo on locking clasp. Measures 8 x 14 x 7 inches with a red interior and handle. Includes original contents: "The FBI Laboratory" pamphlet; "Fingerprint Identification" pamphlet; Small bottle of "Jovan Musk For Men"; "Columbia" empty cassette tape box; "Joni Mitchell For The Roses" cassette tape and 2 small guitar picks.

  PRICE: $3,000 - SOLD

 

Elvis Presley Framed Set
pICK sET FREMED
ELVIS "E.P. PICK FRAMED
 


Elvis Presley framed initial “EP” triangle tortoise shell guitar pick.   
Plus a round red “ELVIS IN CONCERT BUILDING PERSONNEL” pass.  Both items with Certificate of Authenticity  from EPE.  Framed in black lacquer in Plexiglas. Measures 22 x 22 inches. 

PRICE: $1,500 - SOLD

 


ELVIS PRESLEY'S
TRIANGLE TORTOISE SHELL
GUITAR PICK
 


Personal triangle guitar pick purchased from Elvis Presley Enterprises. The pick is made of tortoise shell with Elvis' initials in white on one side “ E.P.” Measures 1.5” (appx.). Certificate of Authenticity states: “Triangle Tortoise Shell E.P Guitar Pick. This item listed above is an original artifact directly from the archives of the Estate of Elvis Presley at Graceland". Signed by Angie Marchese, Curatorial Assistant Elvis Presley Enterprises, Graceland . The certificate is printed on ivory parchment paper.

PRICE $750 - SOLD

 

 



ELVIS LOG & CERTIFICATE
 


Elvis Presley original Log Sheet for the Lisa Marie Jet with original Certificate of Registration. Plus set of 8 original color 8 x 10 inch photos of the exterior and interior of jet prior to 1977. With original press release photo and copy of equipment delivered to the Lisa Marie in 1976. Accompanied with Letters of Authenticity and photo of Elvis boarding the plane. with articles.

 

PRICE $500

 


ELVIS' PERSONAL
TCB STATIONERY
 


Elvis' personal "TCB" stationery was purchased from renowned Elvis Presley friend and collector, Jimmy Velvet. This set includes the letterhead and corresponding envelope with Elvis' name under the lighting bolt. Envelope and stationery printed on ivory stock paper. Stationery measuring 7 x 10 inches.

PRICE: $250 (set) - SOLD

Price for Stationery Only $150 - SOLD

 



VERNON PRESLEY'S
PERSONAL TCB STATIONERY

 


Vernon Presley's personal “TCB” stationery with TCB lighting bolt. The logo with lighting bolt and “Taking Care of Business” runs across the top banner of the stationery in gold on linen paper. It has Elvis' father name Vernon Presley underneath the lighting bolt. Elvis had these designed for all members of his inner group. The size of stationery is 7 x 10 inches.

PRICE: $100

 


 

“LIVE A LITTLE, LOVE A LITTLE"
DIRECTOR NORMAN TAUROG'S PERSONAL SCRIPT

This is Mr. Norman Taurog's personal shooting script for the 1968 MGM film “Live A Little, Love A Little” staring Elvis Presley as Greg Nolan, a photographer working two jobs and fending off a beautiful woman. This script is leather bound with Mr. Taurog's name embossed on the front cover in gold. It also includes all revisions made during the shooting of the film plus personal notations in pencil (which includes two pencils that were used by Mr. Taurog to make these changes, found in the pen holder on the inside cover). What is of interest is that the film was originally titled “Kiss My Firm But Pliant Lips”. The original title has been replaced by the released title on the first two pages which has a selection of songs that were approved for the film. The remainder of the script has the previous title, except on the actual cover of the script. The second page has other songs considered for the four movie spots in the film. Spot #1(Over Opening Title): “Wonderful World”; “Got No Time”; "The World's in Focus”: Spot #2 (Dream Sequence): “Happy Go Lucky Guy”: Music Spot #3 (Party Scene): “A Little Less Conversation”; “Got No Time”; Music Spot #4 (Greg's House): “Almost in Love”; “Try Love”; “Tell You What I'M Going To”. Plus a complete list of the staff, cast addresses and phone numbers including Elvis'. Mr. Taurog directed many popular films including: “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”; “Boy's Town”; “Young Tom Edison” and many of the Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis films in the 1950's. He directed the following Elvis movies: “G. I. Blues”; “Blue Hawaii ”; “Girls! Girls! Girls!”; “It Happened at The World's Fair”; “Tickle Me”; “Spinout”; “Double Trouble”; “Speedway” and “Live A Little, Love A Little”.

PRICE:  $3,000 - SOLD

 



The US Jaycees
 


The United States Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Men Memphis, Tn 1970 awarded to Elvis Presley. Book measures 7 x 8.5 inches with slight damage on cover, otherwise in excellent condition for age. Elvis' bio is found on page 22-23. Plus 2 original Press photos of the event held January 16, 1971. Acquired from an attendee.

 

PRICE: $1000 - SOLD

 


ORIGINAL ELVIS PRESLEY CHRISTMAS CARD FROM GRACELAND 1961
 
Original Elvis Presley Christmas Card from Graceland c1961. This piece comes with original envelope. On reverse is printed in gold: “ Graceland 3764 Highway 51 South Memphis Tennessee”. The Card is green and depicts Graceland . It opens up top show 5 various scenes of Graceland . The message inside reads: “At Christmas...we send warm greetings to you as a friend and we share with you some views of Graceland …our home. The Presley's." This Elvis Presley related item is from the combined estates of Ms. Mary Diskin and Ms. Patti Diskin who ran the Colonel's Madison, Tennessee office from the early 1950's until the office was closed . This item was kept in file folders in trunks all these years after the office was closed. This item was given to Ms. Mary Diskin and Ms. Patti Diskin from Colonel Tom Parker. " Signed by the co executor. Photo can also be seen in the auction catalog of Elvis Presley held in 1999 by the estate.

PRICE: $400

 

 


ORIGINAL ELVIS PRESLEY CHRISTMAS CARD FROM GRACELAND
1961

 


This piece comes with original envelope. The Card is in a pale blue and depicts Graceland . It opens up to show 5 various scenes of Graceland . The message inside reads: “At Christmas...we send warm greetings to you as a friend and we share with you some views of Graceland …our home. The Presleys." This piece is in mint condition for its age.

PRICE: $500


 


ELVIS' GOLD FOIL CHRISTMAS CARD 1960's
 


Gold foil Christmas card from the 1960's. This Elvis Presley related item is from the combined estates of  Ms. Mary Diskin and Ms. Patti Diskin who ran the Colonel's Madison, Tennessee office from the early 1950's until the office was closed .   This item was kept in  file folders  in trunks all these years after the office was closed. This item was given to Ms. Mary Diskin and Ms. Patti Diskin from Colonel Tom Parker.

PRICE:  $500

 


PRESLEY'S CENTER COURTS RACQUETBALL CARD W/BLANK
 


Elvis Presley's original racquetball business card "Chairman of the Board" and a blank card. This is the only outside business venture Elvis attempted CIRCA 1976.

 

PRICE: $100 Set

 



PRESLEY'S CENTER COURTS MEMBERSHIP FLYER
 


Presley's Center Courts original racquetball 2-sided membership application. This is the only outside business venture Elvis attempted in 1976.

 

PRICE: $100

 


GRACELAND BADGE
 


Elvis Presley security badge issued in the mid 1960's to the security staff in Graceland.

 

 

 

PRICE:  $2,000 - SOLD

 


LAS VEGAS INTERNATIONAL HOTEL BADGE
 


Las Vegas International Hotel Security Shield 11. Beautiful red logo with American eagle on top. First one I have seen available. Measures 2 x 2.5 inches. Has a latch on the back with Sun Badge Co. stamped. This one of the first ones issued & worn by a security guard at the International Hotel circa 1969.

 

PRICE: $500 - SOLD

 


ELVIS' PERSONAL COLOGNE
 


Elvis Presley's personal Hai Karate Cologne acquired through the Salvation Army in Memphis.

 

 

 

PRICE:  $300 - SOLD

 

elvis' brut set
ELVIS' PERSONAL BRUT TRAVELING KIT
 

This item was acquired in 1976 when I delivered equipment to Mr. Ron Strauss, Elvis’ pilot for his private jet The Lisa Marie.  Elvis was on a short vacation at his home in Palm Springs, CA. After the invoice was signed I was asked by Mr. Strauss if I would like to tour the Lisa Marie. (You can see photos under personal visit Lisa Marie). 

 

PRICE: $1,000 - SOLD

 



ELVIS' BLACK LEATHER BOOTS
 


Elvis Presley's black leather Florsheim zip up ankle boots. These were purchased from an executive of Florsheim who delivered a selection of boots to Elvis' home in Beverly Hills in 1971 prior to his opening night engagement at The Las Vegas Hilton. When Elvis tried on these pair he commented that they seemed a little large. When he removed them the executive noticed the size was 13. He ask Elvis if he would sign the bottom of the shoe. Elvis did so, but over the years the signature has faded. Even though you can see it, it does not show up well in the photos I attempted.

PRICE: $4,000 - SOLD

 


ELVIS' LEATHER BELT
 


Elvis’ personal brass studded belt circa early 1970’s. Originally acquired from the Elvis Presley Estate which was donated by Vernon Presley to the Memphis Salvation Army. 

PRICE: $2,000 - SOLD

 

swatch
ELVIS SWATCH OF CLOTHING
 


Elvis' swatch of clothing with RCA envelope &  tag.  RCA tag was used for inventory purposes  for Elvis' clothing used for the 1971 release "The Other Side" 4 LP Set released in 1971.  10 Available, selection varies.

 

PRICE: $100

 


ELVIS' WHITE LEATHER JACKET
 


Elvis Presley's white leather, long sleeve,  zip up jacket with white lining.  Elvis gave this jacket to the wife of an executive on the MGM lot during the conclusion of filming Speedway .

 

PRICE: $5,000

 



ELVIS' MUSTARD YELLOW PONCHO
 


Elvis Presley's mustard, yellow poncho with upper closer.  Has I. C. Costume Co. North Hollywood woven on the inside.  Lining is of  yellow satin material.  Originally acquired from one of the the sound engineers at the Las Vegas Hilton.   He was repairing the sound system in the main showroom in 1972 while Elvis was rehearsing .  The Poncho was draped over one of the chairs in the front of the stage.  Elvis! and his entourage left after rehearsals because the sound was still not corrected leaving this item behind.

 

 

 

 

 

Price: $ 10,000 - SOLD

 

scraf
ELVIS' YELLLOW SCARF
 

Elvis’ personal scarf with designs originally given to a fan outside the gates of his Hillcrest home in Beverly Hills, CA to shield her from the sun. Circa late 1960’s.

 

 

PRICE: $1,000 - SOLD

 

blue shirt
ELVIS' BLUE HIGH COLLAR
V-NECK SHIRT

 


Elvis' blue high collar v-neck long sleeve shirt worn in 1970. With IC COSTUME CO. woven label on inside collar.

 

 

PRICE:  $12,000 - SOLD

 

Chrme Glasses
EP CHROME AVIATOR SUNGLASSES
 


Elvis' Chrome aviator sunglasses with 14k white gold EP initials in the brim  with TCB logos on the arms. Elvis began wearing these in 1970 till his death.

 

PRICE:  $10,000 - SOLD

 

ELVIS STAGE SUNGLASSES
ELVIS STAGE SUNGLASSES
 


Elvis wore these chrome sunglasses on stage during his Johnson City, TN 3/17/1976 concert.  He then gave them to Charlie Hodge who then placed them on the piano.  Retrieved from the stage by an employee of the arena. 

PRICE: $2,500 - SOLD

 

Elvis Check
ELVIS PRESLEY PERSONAL CHECK
 


Elvis Presley signed check to Charlie Hodge on July 23, 1975 for $3,000.  Notation on left side of the check reads: “Bonus on July 75 Road Tour” with 855 written in pencil.  Check is drawn on NBC National Bank of Commerce and is numbered 725. Stamped deposit of Aug. 4, 75. Signed on the back by Charlie Hodge for Deposit only. 

 

PRICE: $5,000 - SOLD

 

gun mag
ELVIS’PERSONAL GUNS & AMO MAGAZINE
 

This item was acquired in 1976 when I delivered equipment to Mr. Ron Strauss, Elvis’ pilot for his private jet The Lisa Marie.  Elvis was on a short vacation at his home in Palm Springs, CA. After the invoice was signed I was asked by Mr. Strauss if I would like to tour the Lisa Marie. (You can see photos under personal visit Lisa Marie).  This magazine was removed from Elvis’ desk by my then girlfriend.

  PRICE: $300

 

ELVIS TURQUOISE BRACELET
ELVIS TURQUOISE BRACELET
 


Elvis gave this brown leather, turquoise bracelet to a NBC page during his initial visit to the studio in preparation for his TV Special.

 

 

 

 

PRICE: $2,500 - SOLD

 

ELVIS' BLUE LAPIS RING
ELVIS' BLUE LAPIS RING
 


Elvis' personal 14k gold dark blue lapis ring given to a fan in August of 1972.

 

 

 

PRICE: $6,000 - SOLD

 

MR /MRS. ELVIS PRESLEY 'S CREDIT CARD
MR /MRS. ELVIS PRESLEY 'S
CREDIT CARD
 


This department retail credit card was issued to Elvis Presley in the late 1960's. Bullock's was a major department in Los Angeles.

 

PRICE:  $6,000 - SOLD

 

cane
WALKING CANE
 

  
Elvis' personal  silver handle walking cane broken in a fit of angry at his Palm Springs home circa 1970's.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE:  $15,000 - SOLD

 


ELVIS CENTER COURTS
 


In 1976, members of the Memphis Mafia had invested in a racquetball venture which was to be Elvis' only unrelated investment out of the music field. Elvis later backed out but gave his blessing to use his name. This framed piece includes: business card "Elvis Presley Chairman of the Board" & a pair of brochures/membership forms.

PRICE: $2,000

 

love me tonight by Elvis
ELVIS’ “LOVE ME TONIGHT” DEMO
 

Elvis’ personal copy of “Love Me Tonight” acetate demo.Originally acquired from the Elvis Presley Estate which was donated by Vernon Presley to the Memphis Salvation Army. It was found in between numerous records in a wooden crate. 

 

PRICE: $1,000 - SOLD

 

ELVIS’ PERSONAL BUTTON
ELVIS' WHITE HIGH COLLAR SHIRT
 

Elvis Presley’s white high collar shirt with I. C. Costume Co. woven label. Shirt was to be used as a promo to be included in “Elvis The Other Sides- Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2” 4 –LP set released in 1971.  Swatches were cut and this is one of the items salvaged from the cutting once the quota of 125,000 were met. Sleeves have been cut and are no longer in tack, all that remains are 6 swatches from the original sleeves and ruffles of the sleeves (not shown). Originally purchased from a former employee who retained this item as well as a Sy Devore jacket and a paisley print shirt .  

PRICE:  $5,000 - SOLD

 

glasses
NEO GOLD SUNGLASSES
 
Elvis' personal neo "TCB" sunglasses circa 1970's.

 

PRICE:  $10,000 - SOLD

 

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ELVIS' KARATE PANTS
 


Elvis black karate pants with red inverted pleats.  Elvis' name is on the inside of the pants.  Early 1970's.

 

PRICE: $2,000 - SOLD

 


GOLD PURSE GIVEN TO MYNA SMITH
 


Elvis Presley prior to his Opening Engagement at the Las Vegas International Hotel on July 31, 1969 gifted all the members of "The Sweet Inspirations" a beautiful gold "clutch" purse during a rehersal dinner. With each purse Elvis inscribed it on the inside lining a note in ink. Elvis being the practical joker also filled the purse with silver dollars.

This purse was given to my mother Ms. Myrna Smith and is inscribed "Myrna Love You E.P."


I attest to the authenticity of the above item as one from my mother Ms. Myrna Smith personal collection. My mother was a member of the Sweet Inspirations singing group that performed as the vocal group for Elvis Presley for his Las Vegas engagements and concert tours from his opening engagement in 1969 at the Las Vegas International Hotel ( later renamed Las Vegas Hilton) to his final concert appearance in June 26, 1977.

This was part of her personal collection which was given to me, her only child, along with other related memorabilia from her remarkable career.

Sincerely,

Mr . Martin (Marti) Smith


Please see addtional documentation



Excerpt form article given by Myrna Smith in reference to the purse(complete can be found at: www.elvis.com.au)

Q : Do you have specific gift that is special?
A : I have a gold purse. It's a little square gold purse that he gave me. And when he gave it to me it was full of silver dollars and he signed it inside, Love Elvis. That's pretty dear to me. And, well the reason he gave me the car, the car was dear to me, I just didn't feel that he had to do it. But he did. He felt that he had to do it because there was a little misunderstanding.

Myrna Smith

PRICE: $3000 - SOLD

 

marble pen set
ELVIS' MARBLE PEN SET

 


Elvis' personally engraved marble base pen set (minus pens).  Donated by Elvis' father, Vernon Presley to the Salvation Army in the early 1970's. Measures 5 x 12 inches.

PRICE: $1,500 - SOLD

 
 
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