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Elvis At 21 Deluxe Edition

November 02, 2006 | Book
Here is the Deluxe Edition of the "Elvis At 21" book from Alfred Wertheimer. This edition comes in a clamshell box, with more pictures than the "standard" edition, signed pictures and contact sheets. It is limited to 1500 copies and was released October 10, 2006 (ISBN: 1-933784-01-6).
Source:Elvis Club Berlin

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asd123 wrote on November 02, 2006
Is somebody out there who's crazy enough to pay 350€ or even more for a book (check amazon) ? I'd really love to have this special edition, but the price is a cheek.
Tigerman-GB wrote on November 02, 2006
Wait till after Christmas, maybe it'll be cheaper in the sales, plus all those editions that will probably turn up on eBay.
GeeBee wrote on November 02, 2006
I still want to know what the difference is between this book Wertheimer's 1979 book "Elvis '56: In the Beginning".
Greg Nolan wrote on November 03, 2006
GeeBee, I would venture that like any 1979 version of any Elvis recording, that they have somehow beefed up or upgraded the material, either on better paper or slightly different text or layout, etc. I 'll be in the market for this as the Wertheimer pix are just phenomenal shots! Jesper: that's pretty harsh! So what happened to those other guys?
byebye wrote on November 03, 2006
I dont know Gee Bee.. Sure would like to find out anyway...
byebye wrote on November 03, 2006
Sorry, meant Greg ;)
Steve V wrote on November 03, 2006
400 dollars at Amazon.com! These are pictures we have seen 100's of times. Ok so maybe he threw in a few new ones, and the book is presented nicer, big deal. I feel used & abused being an Elvis fan lately. Sorry Al, this stinks.
MauriceColgan wrote on November 05, 2006
Dear Santa :-) What a photographer! Alfred's amazing book "Elvis 56' " left us all screaming for more! His latest book is a must have. There's a story on an Elvisblog that he went for a ride on Elvis's motorbike! The photos we missed :-( But, wait, maybe, just maybe there is an Elvis fan somewhere with a snap of Elvis and Alfred riding away from Audubon Drive?