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Private Vegas Museum

December 10, 2007 | Other
A 'worker on the spot' in Vegas, just sent in a set of pictures, taken in a private museum. This museum is not accessible for the general public, although most items are for sale. Among the eye catchers are the original Peacock suit (without belt and cape), the 2nd Clambake jacket (the first was cut to pieces - for souvenir cloths), the white McNabe piano and a colorful Nudie shirt that Elvis wore in the seventies. Members of ElvisMatters can check out their Member's Area for more pictures, and the (expensive) prices.

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Paul Reno wrote on December 10, 2007
I thought Graceland had aquired the peacock jumpsuit from an auction a while back.
JimmyCool wrote on December 11, 2007
All of Elvis' items should be at Graceland's, not for sale! I wonder how did they get into private hands...