Up for auction at www.gottahaverockandroll.com (starting March 16th) are over 500 lots, featuring Elvis’s white Knabe Grand Piano that he used at Graceland, his Stage Worn Blue and Gold IC Jumpsuit worn at his only appearance at Madison Square Garden, NYC, on June 10, 1972 (see picture) and his signed and fingerprinted Seventh Degree Black Belt Karate Card. Also included is personally worn clothing, prescription sunglasses, jewelry, film-worn costumes, a handwritten poem, as well as the most comprehensive collection of Elvis Presley merchandise from the ’50s through the ’70s.
Another AuctionMarch 11, 2009 | Other
Jerome-the-third wrote on March 12, 2009
nice to see this historical jumpsuit to end up in somebody's hallway..
lamp light wrote on March 12, 2009
In my opinion all of these things should be at Graceland i guess nothing is sacred to anyone anymore. Why did Graceland allow this to happen? I really do believe they could care less as long as the money keeps rolling in this just breaks my heart.
2kisses&3scarfs wrote on March 12, 2009
Yes, I agree. Elvis' personal clothing and jewelry, and especially his stage jumpsuit, all belong at Graceland for the fans to see. EPE certainly could get these items back - but they won't!
sitdown68 wrote on March 13, 2009
maybe Xerox will buy for their next cmpaign...