Elvis Presley Christmas Postcard
Winning Bid: $75.00
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Item condition: Used
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|Bidder Name||Bidding Time||Bid||Auto|
|elvistrips||March 4, 2023 5:17 pm||$75.00|
|Auction started||March 3, 2023 10:00 am|
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Elvis Presley may go down as the best gift giver in history. He loved to see the reactions of those he gave gifts too. Ginger Alden met Elvis near the end of 1976 and they became engaged to be married. During their courtship, Elvis bestowed many gifts upon Ginger including this beautiful diamond and blue lapis ring and bracelet set.
One custom 18K gold and 18K yellow gold bangle bracelet weighing 44.5 grams with fifty-seven (57) Round VS1-VS2 diamond(s) totaling 3.5 ct. with blue lapis inlay.
One custom 18K white gold and 18K gold fashion ring weighing 17.7 grams with fifty-six (56) Round F-G VS1-VS2 diamond(s) totaling 3.35 cts., with blue lapis inlay.
There is a Reserve Price and Buyer’s Premium (20%). Winning bidder will receive a signed LOA from Ginger Alden and a COA from Rockology Auctions.
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