Elvis Presley Original Sun Records 45 Mystery Train (Lot 221)
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Item condition: Used
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|Auction started||August 7, 2022 10:00 am|
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Name of Lot: Elvis Presley Owned Western ShirtSize: MediumBrief Description: Sears brand western shirt from the wardrobe of Elvis Presley. The design and size is indicative of Elvis’s late 1960’s wardrobe and Elvis did in fact shop at Sears in Memphis. A true Circle G Ranch era clothing piece. Consigned from a 40 plus year fan and collector who acquired the shirt directly from Patsy Presley in the early 1980’s. Excellent condition.Estimated Value: $3,000-$4,000
Elvis Presley is known for his generosity and there is no exception when it came to his fiancée, Ginger Alden. We offer an exquisite platinum and diamond cocktail ring that Elvis gifted to Ginger. This ring weighs 12.6 grams with thirty-one (31) Round F-G VVS2-VS1 diamond(s) totaling 2.44 ct, fourteen (14) Baguette F-G VVS2-VS1 diamond(s) totaling 0.35 ct.
This ring comes with a LOA from Ginger Alden and a COA from Rockology Auctions.
There is a Reserve Price and full Buyer’s Premium (20%). Winner will receive a LOA signed by Ginger Alden and a COA from Rockology Auctions.
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Est. Value: $35,000-$40,000
Name of Lot: Elvis Presley Owned RingBrief Description: Elvis owned ring, from the collection of Patsy Presley, Elvis’s double cousin who was employed at Graceland the majority of his career. Upon Elvis’s passing in August of 1977, Patsy was requested by Vernon to gather many items for safekeeping. This ring was one of those artifacts. An ornate Sterling silver ring from a musical icon. Two articles of documentation.Estimated Value: $3,000-$4,000
Name of Lot: Elvis Presley Owned BraceletBrief Description: Native American design incorporated in a bracelet, once owned by Elvis Presley. This unisex, silver, base metal bracelet was collected with other jewelry pieces and personal items by Patsy Presley soon after Elvis’s passing in August of 1977. An affordable, entry level piece of jewelry from Elvis’s “stash” he saved during his short, but iconic life. Consigned by the present owner who acquired the bracelet directly from Patsy Presley in the 1980’s. The bracelet was possibly gifted to Elvis by a fan. Elvis had requested Bibles and jewelry gifted by fans be sent to his bedroom, when they arrived via mail at the Graceland office.Estimated Value: $1800-$2200