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Auction Houses Offering A Range Of Elvis Items

November 27, 2007 | Other
Auctionhouse Lelands offers a range of ten exclusive Elvis items at this moment. From unpublished private-pictures to the star-product: the jacket Elvis use to wear in the movie King Creole. Among the items are some books from Elvis' library with personal notes and a guitar he supposed to use during the Joe Franklin show in 1955. Most auctions are ending within 3 days.

Christie's In New York will hold a live auction on november 30, including 4 Elvis items. Watch the catalogue on the link below.

On eBay you can bid on the 2700 kilogram vault of Elvis' jeweler, Lowell Hays, from 1972. This one may have housed some of Elvis jewelry.

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elvisfan1958 wrote on November 27, 2007
I've never seen the movie 'Kid' Creole. Maybe they will show it, the next time they show 'King' Galahad. Looking forward to it.
Presleygirl wrote on November 28, 2007
Maybe "Kid Creole" will be as good as "Double Cousins" or even "Kissin Trouble". LOL. Seriously, would love to bid on that jacket! What a gem! It should end up at Graceland for all fans to see.
Jerome wrote on November 28, 2007
great auctions! terrible prices..
elvisfan1958 wrote on November 28, 2007
Glad to see the 'Kid' Creole mistake fixed.
Peter@EM wrote on December 02, 2007
Well... the "KID' Creole thing is still on the online auction catalogue - it was copied that way ("Kid") to emphasize the mistake made by the auction house :-)