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Elvis: The Hard Rock CollectionMarch 09, 2010 | Other
I am Buffalo-Horn! wrote on March 09, 2010
Have a look thru this. Not sure I've ever seen the very 1st item, & as for item 3 "the "Gold Jacket"....! This is right up there with the unpleasant Dave Hebler selling poor old Frank Skinner a fake Tupelo Fair Show shirt. It's easy to get a "Letter of authentification", it does not mean a thing, nor does buying from a 'reputable' auction house guarantee authenticity.
Steve V wrote on March 09, 2010
At first I thought the Hard Rock was a great place to visit and see some great stuff. Then, when they started to pop up everywhere I began to question a lot of the authenticity of some of the items. I could swear Ive seen the same Lennon artifacts in several of them.
italianfan wrote on March 09, 2010
Alot of these items dont seem genuine. The Jailhouse Rock jacket; i thought that was going up for auction sometime soon? they cant both be real. The jumpsuit apparently worn in 72 looks like a cheap impersonators suit. As do alot of the other clothes.
sunrecords56 wrote on March 09, 2010
To Steve V. Maybe its like in Baseball when Gaylord Perry won his 300th Game, he changed hats every inning, so you can have the hat he wore in his 300th Victory 9 times or more, So in the case of Elvis and all the others how do you know if there was 1 or 101. Its all about Money, but now they pick you dry and call it an auction.