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This year Graceland Auction offers fans some wonderful Elvis Memorabilia for Sale
Graceland Auction Catalogue Elvis Week on August 13, 2015
"TCB" Diamond and Gold Necklace Gifted
To Sammy Davis Jr. By Elvis Presley
"TCB" pendant with gold rope chain was given to Sammy Davis Jr by Elvis in 1973. The two shared a wonderful relationship over the years. Elvis and Sammy first met in the 1950s. Sammy would often mimic Elvis in his performances and was a regular at Elvis' Las Vegas shows. Elvis was always giving gifts to his friends, and Sammy was no exception.
The "TCB" pendant is black enamel letters above a lightning bolt with 15 diamonds, measuring approximately 1.0 to 2.0 mm and weighing approximately 0.60 carats. The reverse is stamped "14k" The necklace, weighing approximately 42.5 grams, is accompanied by five copies of pictures in which Sammy Davis Jr. and Elvis appear throughout the years. Accompanied by a copy of the original receipt for the purchase from Mrs. Davis and a letter of authenticity from Graceland Authenticated.
Elvis Presley Gold Diamond Ring Flanked With Initials E P
This gold pinky ring has 15 round diamonds, with a total weight of approximately 0.60 carat, set in three center channels and flanked on the sides by an engraved "E" &nd "P". The ring, which weighs approximately 6 grams, is dimpled where the diamonds and texture appear.
This ring likely was acquired from Harry Levitch Jeweler at the Peabody Hotel Memphis in 1960s measures approximately size 7, is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Richard Davis, which states: "I, Richard Davis, friend and valet for Elvis Presley, do hereby attest to the authenticity of this gold & diamond ring with 15 stones with E engraved on one side & P engraved on the other was given to me by Elvis Presley while we were making the movies in Hollywood during the 1960s.
Accompanied by a letter of provenance from his close friend Charlie Hodge (whom he gifted the boots to), and a photograph of Elvis in the same, or very similar, boots. Also comes with a Gotta Have Rock & Roll Certificate of Authenticity. No buyer's premium. Starting Price $6000
Special auction, starting Wednesday April 24 2013 will feature celebrity owned and worn shoes from Elvis Presley, Sarah Jessica Parker, Madonna, Janet Jackson, Sammy Davis, Jr
Elvis Presley owned brown leather boots. Boots were made by Verde. Good condition. Slight wear. Elvis wore these boots during the summer of 1969 at the International Hotel Vegas. Elvis's performance at the the famed hotel marked his first live performance in 8 years after taking a break from music to focus on his movie career.
Elvis Presley's grand piano sold for
1 Million Dollars at Auction
Elvis Presley White Knabe grand piano and bench was a fixture in Graceland between 1957 and 1969 Elvis Presley's grand piano sold for 1 million at Auction. The piano is the featured item of an amazing collection of Elvis memorabilia being sold by Heritage Auctions of Memphis, Tennessee.
Note written on Elvis Presley note paper. Reads "Be gentle in matters of love. Strong as lions in matters of Honor! TCB Karate with two fists E.P." With corrections and a lightning bolt. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Charlie Hodge. Sold for $3,000
This card was sent to Ali. The gold badges were designed by Presley and custom made by Apollo Designs in LA and given to the Memphis Mafia to obtain backstage access at Elvis shows. Aa letter from Joe Esposito Sold for $15,000
Plastic vial of Elvis Presley's hair collected by barber, Homer Gilleland. Gilleland began his relationship when he became Gladys Presley's hairdresser. Locks of Elvis' hair sold for $8,000
Elvis Presley Hair Styles
Elvis Cigar Stub Sold at Auction
Elvis Toy Guitar produced in the 50s
originally sold for $29.95
today sells for $3,000