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  • Col Tom Parker/Elvis Presley Management Office Remnants (Lot 206)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker / Elvis Presley Management Office Remnants
    Brief Description: A group of artifacts saved from the systemic dismantle of the historic Col. Tom Parker Management Office Compound in Madison, Tennessee. Note a couple photos from the book documenting the dismantle project. The yellow tile is from the fan club building bathroom which sat behind the main office building. A black and white version of this book will be included in this lot. All pieces are depicted in two books printed during the dismantle process.
    Estimated Value: $200-$300
    Auction Ended
  • Col. Tom Parker Office Art Deco Lighting (Lot 142)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker Office Art Deco Lighting
    Size: 10″
    Brief Description: Col. Tom Parker Art Deco lighting from the famous Madison, Tennessee office where Elvis Presley’s career was managed, from 1955 to the early 1980’s. Note the photo of the office bar with the lighting, prior to the property dismantling.
    Estimated Value: $700-$900
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  • Col. Tom Parker Office Record / LP Cabinet (Lot 61)

    Name of Lot: Col. Tom Parker Office Record / LP Cabinet
    Brief Description: Available for acquisition is the record / LP cabinet, which came from Col. Tom Parker’s Madison, Tennessee office. The images of the lower level of his office which had a bar, shower and cedar closet, which once contained Elvis Presley’s gold lame suit, as well, housed this record / LP cabinet. A historic piece of furniture from the most significant music industry office in pop culture. It was from this very building that the Colonel managed Elvis’s career from 1955 to several years past his death in 1977. Elvis frequented this office in 1956 as Hank Snow’s Rainbow Ranch was just down the road. A true one-of-a-kind conversation piece, that was saved when the building was systematically dismantled several years ago. Excellent condition.
    Estimated Value: $2,000-$3,000
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  • Col. Tom Parker Office Stamp (Lot 141)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker Office Stamp
    Size: 3 1/4″
    Brief Description: Elvis Presley fan club building “Photographs Do Not Bend” stamp. This was found during the dismantling of the historic Col. Tom Parker management office / fan club compound, in Madison, Tennessee. A unique conversation piece that saw much activity at the fan club building distributing Elvis photos worldwide. Pictured is the coffee table book in which this exact stamp is pictured upon discovery. Book is NOT included in this auction.
    Estimated Value: $200-$300
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  • Col. Tom Parker Office Tennessee Beer Bottle Opener (Lot 113)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker Office Tennessee Beer Bottle Opener
    Brief Description: Unique, vintage bottle opener, recovered during the dismantling of Col. Tom Parker’s management office in Madison, Tennessee. The opener is pictured on site, during discovery. The office had a bar in the lower level, a kitchen on the main floor and an elaborate grill adjacent to the main office and fan club building in which multiple recording artists frequented, including Elvis and Hank Snow. An affordable conversation piece, appropriately being a Nashville “Tennessee Beer Co.” opener.
    Estimated Value: $200-$300
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  • Col. Tom Parker Office Tree Log (Lot 111)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker Office Oak Tree Log
    Size: 3 1/2′ x 9′
    Brief Description: Certainly one of the more unusual items we have offered, is this massive oak tree log from the tree that towered over Col. Tom Parker’s historic management office in Madison, Tennessee. Folk lore has it that Colonel Tom Parker first met Elvis Presley under this tree, has having been introduced by Hank Snow. Of course masses of new Elvis fans would believe this encounter happened on a ferris wheel at some dusty carnival, based on the recently released “Elvis” movie. The tree was sadly removed when the office compound was dismantled to make way for a car wash. Rockology Auctions President Stephen M. Shutts, recommended saving the wood for historic minded purposes. Ideally the log could milled to utilize as paneling, a piece of furniture, guitars etc. Please contact Rockology Auctions to inspect in person. The tree is pictured and discussed in two reference books, as well as substantiated by two COA’s. The winning bidder is responsible for loading and removing within a 60 day time frame.
    Estimated Value: $2000-$3000
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  • Col. Tom Parker Office Wrought Iron Door (Lot 140)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker Office Wrought Iron Door
    Brief Description: Original wrought iron door from the historic Colonel Tom Parker management office in Madison, Tennessee. Two photos show the same style door at the Colonel’s office prior to dismantling. The book pictured, documents the dismantling of the management office and fan club compound. A black and white version of this book is included with the purchase of this door. Two COA’s are included with the purchase of the door. To duplicate a door like this today would cost in excess of $2500-$3,000. This door could easily be incorporated in a new home build.
    Estimated Value: $2,000-$3,000
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  • Col. Tom Parkers Office Keys (Lot 107)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker Office Keys
    Brief Description: A collection of keys and key chains accumulated over the years and rediscovered at the Colonel Tom Parker management office during the systematic dismantle process. Unique conversation piece.
    Estimated Value: $100-$150
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  • Colonel Tom Parker / Elvis Presley Management Office Floor Vent (Lot 205)

    Name of Lot: Colonel Tom Parker / Elvis Presley Management Office Floor Vent
    Size:  11″ x 17″
    Brief Description: Metal vent taken from the guest bedroom at the Col. Tom Parker Management Office main house. The vent as with all components were original to the structure when built. Upon dismantling the compound, this piece was marked Elvis’s bedroom. Elvis did stay there on rare occasion in 1956. The two piece mental vent could be utilized again as a vent or as an art piece.
    Estimated Value: $200-$300
    Auction Ended