Brief Description: Elvis Presley owned faux diamond ring. Elvis would on occasion acquire an entire tray of jewelry during a buying spree, when he requested jewelers bring trays of jewelry to choose from. This ring being a costume piece was most likely in a tray purchase or gifted by a fan. It is no secret many of the rings brought to Elvis to consider purchasing in quantity were of lesser quality. The rings presented well and were marked up considerably to maximize profits. Regardless the ring presented here is an affordable Elvis owned piece of jewelry. Acquired in Elvis’s possessions by Patsy Presley immediately after Elvis’s passing.
Name of Lot: Elvis Presley Tours Fan Travel Collection
Brief Description: A fantastic collection of airline travel tickets and accompanying ephemera pertaining to groupie / fan of the Elvis Presley Shows, Becky Tewell. Included is her airline ticket to the Madison Square Garden shows in June of 1972. Note a funny excerpt from the letters to Becky from a friend…”She’s as goony over Charlie as we are Elvis. She’s been trying to find a picture of him, but Elvis is always in the way” and “Does he sing “Burning Love?” I’ve heard it twice now and have nearly lost my mind!”.
Name of Lot: Elvis Presley Fan Club “Dutch” Wallpaper / Wood
Size: 3 1/2″ x 37 1/4″
Brief Description: Elvis Presley Fan Club building, “2×4” with “Dutch” wallpaper attached to a portion of the wood. The room that housed the mailbox slots / mail distribution was adjacent to the room in which Elvis and Col. Tom Parker are pictured (see photo). Interesting as that mail room wallpaper was certainly a reflection of Col. Tom Parkers roots, having been of Dutch decent. Note the additional photos contained in two books showing additional wallpaper during the structure dismantle. The black and white version photo book, pictured (on the easel), will be included in the purchase. You are bidding on the “2×4”. Additional photos are not included. A unique artifact that could cut into smaller pieces for resale.