A guitar played used by Elvis has gone on show in London - in a bank vault. A former branch of Coutts Bank at Hyde Park Corner now houses a treasure trove of rock 'n' roll memorabilia from the world's largest and most expensive collection.
Other highlights include the last guitar played on stage by Jimi Hendrix, Louis Armstrong's trumpet, Elvis Presley's guitar, Buddy Holly's trademark black-rimmed glasses, and pairs of cowboy boots worn by Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis. Bob Dylan's sequined "Jesus jacket" is there, along with Freddie Mercury's antique Chinese chairs and the bride-and-groom snowstorm from the top of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love's wedding cake.
The display is to mark this week's 30th birthday of the original Hard Rock Cafe in London.