Here is a sneak preview of Elvis Auction at Graceland for the year 2019. It has been 42 years since the death of Elvis Aron Presley on 16 August 1977 and to this day Elvis memorabilia is most sort after and some items like clothing or jewellery owned by Elvis command high prices… Other items such as Elvis collectable produced during Elvis lifetime also reap in big bucks. The Elvis Auction offers 670 Elvis Presley collectables
In the late 1960s and ’70s saw a big boom in popularity for Native American jewelry, especially turquoise, with the advent of the hippie movement and the likes of celebrities like Cher, Jim Morrison and Elvis wearing and pushing this new style. Always at the forefront of trends and fashion, Elvis adopted and embraced this new accessorizing style with pieces of turquoise jewelry. (Click on any image below to see full detailed description of all items at auction.)
Elvis’ admiration for law enforcement led him to collect official police and sheriff badges. Elvis was often given honorary status with local agencies, but his desired holy grail was a badge from the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Enforcement, the precursor to the bureau now commonly referred to as DEA. The story of Elvis pursuing a Federal Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Enforcement badge from President Nixon is legendary, but one of his first drug enforcement agency badges is offered here. This official agent badge from the FDA Bureau of Drug Abuse Control was given to Elvis by an agent in 1970.