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Elvis Presley Purchased 1975 Gold Cadillac. In September of 1974 on a Saturday morning Elvis' Uncle Vester's phone rang asking him what kind of Cadilac did he want. Thinking it was a joke said a blue one. About one hour later Elvis pulled up in this gorgeous Gold Cadillac. Elvis said "Sorry Uncle Vester they didn't have a blue one, will this one do?" Vester was over joyed and stated that Elvis started to cry. Elvis handed Vester the keys and hugged Vester and his wife. Given was what Elvis loved to do the most. This car is one of the best documented cars in the Elvis world. It has great stories like the time Vester tried to scare a trespasser that had jump the fence at night from Graceland. Vestor took out his 38 pistol and shot a warning shot and hit the drivers front fender of his new Cadillac. Elvis came out of the house and seeing what Vester had done, joked "Vester you shot your car!" Then Vester said, well "E", I guess I ain't as good of a shot as I thought; but, whoever it was didn't stick around to find out... did he. Elvis laughed. The great thing about this car is that it spent its life at Graceland, often parked in the driveway. Elvis even had a custom grill and wild hood ornament installed on the car. This car has many photos and more letters than you can count from Vester himself to the Cadillac dealer that Elvis purchased it from. Includes the original Tenn tage this survivor still has the original white wall tires from 1974. Sale or Trade.
Elvis Presley's original Jaycee application (not a copy). In 1970 Elvis personally filled out this application for the 1970 Jaycee awards. It includes many personal details provided by the King himself. This is his complete application and comes with the only known replacement trophy. This trophy was not given to Elvis but was kept by the Jaycee's in case an emergency replacement was needed. Package includes Elvis' hand selected photos, his personally completed application, plus the super rare gold statue and the "award night program" signed by Elvis himself. Price 20k or trade. Owned by David Collins and John Heath.
In 1975 Elvis broke his crown on his molar, and he and his longtime girlfriend Linda Thompson, "Miss Tennessee" headed to his dentist for emergency repair. Elvis hoped that he could have his crown reattached but unfortunately for Elvis his crown could not be saved. Linda kept Elvis' crown and later gave it to my friend Jimmy Velvet, the owner of the "Elvis Museum" in the early 1980's. This tooth was later sold at auction and became world famous after Jesse Briggs purchased the tooth. The story of Elvis tooth has been published in hundreds of newspapers around the world. It comes with incredible documentation. For Sale or Trade.
Elvis Presley's lost dental records. They have been lost for over thirty- five years. This is the last written entry from the life of Elvis Presley. On August 16th shortly after midnight Elvis returned home after a late night visit to his long time Dentist Dr. Hofman. Elvis drove back to Graceland after midnight where the last photo was snapped of the king. Elvis' dental records start in December of 1957 and end that fateful August night. The records include Elvis' phone numbers, address and emergency contacts throughout the years. Each date tells a story and descriptions of the visit including home visits to Graceland. The mystery of what happened on the last medical visit of Elvis' life has been found. Comes with a notarized letter from the Hofman family.
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Elvis dental kit. This dental kit was used exclusively on Elvis Presley by Dr. Hofman. Elvis was unable to visit the dental office during normal hours so Dr. Hofmand often came to Elvis. This is Elvis' personal dental kit used at Graceland many times. It is well documented within Elvis' dental records above. As a side note, the small dental mirror has possible DNA on the surface of the glass. The records document this kit was last used on Elvis in June of 1977. Comes with a great letter from the Hofman family. Sale or Trade
Stunning Elvis Presley ring. Elvis' friend and founder of the "Elvis Presley Museum" Jimmy Velvet, purchased this ring directly from Elvis' Aunt Delta. Aunt Delta described this ring as "14k Jadeite ring". Jimmy purchased this ring directly from Aunt Delta on the tenth anniversary of Elvis passing at Graceland. Aunt Delta lived at Graceland until her death in 1993. Jimmy provided a copy of the check that he used to purchase this incredible ring.
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Elvis Presley owned and worn turquoise and silver ring. This stunning hand made ring in size 10 was worn by Elvis Presley circa 1975. Elvis gifted this ring to his bass signer and longtime friend JD Sumner. Its been on display for 32 years at the Elvis Presley Museum. After receiving the ring, I discovered very visible and long forgotten engraving most likely by Elvis himself, "TO JD". Sold.
Elvis Presley's Tiger from the Graceland. This 12 inch ceramic tiger was part of Elvis' collection of ceramic animals. Elvis loved tigers; his nickname was "Tigerman." Elvis had one of these tiger upstairs on top of his bedroom TV and others throughout the house. Elvis gave this Tiger to his friend and backup singer Charlie Hodge after breaking the tooth of a similar tiger. Elvis playfully handed Charlie the broken tiger and then picked up this smaller tiger and stated, "Here have this one too, so that one wont be lonely." Price $1500 or Trade.
Elvis Presley physician reflector mirror. This reflector was worn by Dr. Hunt the Doctor that delivered Elvis and his still born brother Jesse. The band was purchased by Jimmy Velvet from Dr. Hunt's daughter Sahra Hunt. Comes with a letter from Sahra to Jimmy talking about the sale of her fathers items. Price $1500
Elvis owned Stiletto Knife from his first Cousin Patsy Presley. In the letter she states that Elvis kept this knife in his karate bag. It in great condition and is very sharp. Price $2500.
Elvis' Goblet taken from Graceland. This goblet was removed from the inside of Graceland by his Uncle Vester in 1974. A fan, Thomas Boone, jokingly asked if he could have the glass. Vester threw out the tea he was drinking and put a paper towel into the glass and handed to Mr. Boone. The goblet is unwashed and comes with a letter from Mr. Boone. Price $700
Elvis Presley owned silver shot glasses from his limo. These shot glasses were removed from Elvis' limo and are complete with the original tan leather case. Four shot glasses total. Price $1000
Elvis Presley Owned Teddy bear. This cute little jointed teddy bear was given to Reba Hoover in 1958 by Elvis. Knowing that the Hoovers were expecting there first baby Elvis invited them over for dinner in his home in Germany. Elvis pointed to a shelf and asked Reba to pick out a teddy bear. Elvis then jokingly said when your baby is born tell the baby that the bear was from Elvis. Soon after that Reba's little girl Rhonda, came into the world. Reba even has a great photo of the little bear in Rhonda's crib after her birth. The Hoovers and Elvis remained friends and even moved to Memphis to be near Elvis after leaving the Army. Rhonda brought the bear back to Graceland and showed Elvis that she still had the bear that he had given her at age 12. This bear has letters from Rhonda and is featured in the book "Elvis like any other soldier". The Hoovers even took a photo with Elvis and the bear that day as seen below.
Life sized Elvis wax figures. These figures are from the famed artist Henry Alvarez. Each has real hair, glass eyes and real teeth. They are outfitted in the best Elvis outfits that money can buy. Replacement would be over 25k each. Price 10k each.
Elvis Presley large Deputy Badge. This Badge is made of Silver and was part of the Elvis Presley Museum. It was sold in the famous Butterfield auction of Elvis items. This badge was one of the first items in Jimmy Velvet's collection. Price $2000.
Very rare copy of the last book Elvis was reading. "A Scientific Search for the Face of Jesus". This is a hard to find book and is the last book Elvis read on Aug, 16th 1977. Elvis was given this book by his close friend Larry Geller. Price $250
Elvis Presley's Smith and Wesson pistol grips. These I would guess came off of one of Elvis' 38 cal pistols. They were given to Elvis friend and bodyguard Sam Thompson.
ELVIS PRESLEY OWNED GREEN BARREL BACK CHAIR. THIS IS THE ONLY TIME ELVIS WOULD SIT DOWN FOR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOS WITH HIS FAMILY. ELVIS TOOK MORE THAN 20 PHOTO SITTING IN THIS CHAIR. ELVIS HAD SIX OF THESE CHAIRS IN HIS HILLCREST HOME. I PURCHASED ALL SIX CHAIR AND THIS IS THE LAST ONE LEFT. PRICE $12,000
Elvis Presley's shirt from the 1960's. This light blue shirt was owned and worn by Elvis. It is in great shape and has a very interesting tribal band on each sleeve. Elvis most likely purchased this shirt during one of his many Hawaiian vacations. The tag inside reads made in Hawaii. Comes with a letter from famed Elvis collector, Chris Davidson. I have seen a photo or film footage of Elvis wearing this shirt, but can't locate it. If you have a photo of Elvis in this shirt please contact me, reward paid. Price $2000
This is a very rare item owned by Elvis Presley. Elvis's red horse blanket. He used it on Rising Sun and his black horse. Both color hair still on the blanket. Also used by Priscilla on her horse. Elvis' cousin Harold Lloyd gave this to Rhonda in 1977. Rhonda's sister dated Charlie Hodge for almost 4 years. Rhonda had the opportunity of becoming very good friends with Harold Lloyd, Elvis's cousin. Rhonda is in the background of the last picture taken of Elvis Presley returning home from the dentist in the morning hours of his death. She had actually stopped by to see Harold when Elvis came home for his last time. This would be a great item to any Elvis collection. The beautiful red blandet is in excellent condition. The blanket has been in storage since 1977. Comes with a letter from Rhonda. Price $1800
Elvis Presley, "EP ENTERPRISES" Baseball Jersey Circa 1960's
obtained from Julian's auction.
Elvis Presley owned and constructed slot car. This blue car was made by Elvis and raced on his track in Graceland in what is now the trophy room. Its a great little car with custom paint. Its missing one wheel. Obtain directly from Graceland. Price $1500
ELVIS PRESLEY OWNED AND WORN SHIRT FROM TOM MORGAN. THIS LIGHT BROWN SILKY SHIRT WITH A CHAIN LINK PATTERN WAS WORN BY ELVIS IN THE 1960'S. THIS SHIRT COME WITH A GREAT LETTER FROM ELVIS FRIEND TOM MORGAN OF THE SHELBY COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT.
THIS IS ELVIS PRESLEY'S PERSONAL ART COLLECTION THAT HE OWNED FROM 1968 UNTIL THE SALE IN HIS BEVERLY HILLS HOMEMID 1970'S. THE WORKS OF ART ARE FROM GREAT PAINTERS LIKE CHARLES LEVIER, OLIE THOMPSON, MAURICE RIAINO, DEGAS AND VALMNICK TO NAME A FEW. AS A CONTRAST TO GRACELAND ELVIS AND PRISCILLA HIRED FAMED INTERIOR DECORATOR TOM LANE FOR THIS HUGE PROJECT. ELVIS SAID "THIS HOME IS SO PERFECT THAT NOT EVEN AN ASHTRAY SHOULD BE MOVED". MOST OF THESE ITEMS ARE LISTED IN THE PALLADIUM AUCTION CATALOG FROM 1980.
ELVIS' BOOK COLLECTION
I HAVE OVER 35 BOOKS THAT WERE IN ELVIS' PERSONAL BOOK COLLECTION. THESE BOOKS DATE BACK FROM AS FAR BACK AS 1824 AND SOME ARE SIGNED BY THE AUTHERS. THE SIZE RANGE FROM 6 INCHES TALL TO OVER 10. I'VE PRICED THESE BOOKS FROM $500 EACH. THERE ARE GREAT PHOTOS TAKEN INSIDE ELVIS HOME THAT SHOW MANY OF THESE BOOKS ON HIS SHELFS.
THEN AND NOW. THESE PHOTO SHOW THE ITEM IN ELVIS HOME AND HOW THE ITEM LOOKS NOW.
ELVIS' METAL BOX THAT I WOULD GUESS IS OVER ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD. ELVIS KEPT THIS BOX IN HIS LIVING ROOM. I WONDER IF HE PUT HIS KEYS IN THIS GREAT LITTLE BOX.
ELVIS LARGE BRONZE ELEPHANT BOOKEND. THIS LARGE BOOKEND IS ABOUT 15 LBS IN WEIGHT AND WAS LOCATED RIGHT NEXT TO ELVIS OFFICE DESK.
ELVIS CHINESE LION BOOKEND. THIS GREAT LION IS SEEN ON ELVIS' GRAND BOOKCASE.
ELVIS OWNED PRINT BY DEGAS. THIS GREAT PRINT AS ALL OF THE ART IN STILL IN ITS ORIGINAL FRAME THAT ELVIS CHOOSE. I FOUND A PHOTO OF LISA AND PRISCILLA WITH THIS PAINTING IN THE BACKGROUND. TO SHOW THIS PRINT IS THE SAME AS THE ONE IN THE PHOTO. I PLACED A PHOTO OF THE DEGAS PRINT TO THE LEFT OF THE ORIGINAL.
IF YOU HAVE ANY PHOTO OF THE INSIDE OF THE HILLCREST HOME AND WOULD LIKE TO SELL THEM PLEASE CONTACT ME. I WOULD LOVE TO BUY THEM.
Elvis' Favorite Painting
The Sunflower hung over the middle of Elvis' living room couch. Elvis purchased this painting from a gallery in Los Angles, Calf in 1968. It done by one of Elvis' favorite painters, David Adicks. This is a large painting nearly three feet high and still in the majestic gold frame that Elvis and Priscilla choose so many years ago. This painting is photographed with the Presleys many times over the years. If this painting could talk. It was in Elvis' home at the height of his career from his return to Vegas to the birth of his daughter to the breakup of his marriage. Some of Elvis' happiest times where spent sitting under this great work of art. Please Email for more photos. Price $20,000
THIS PHOTO DOES NOT DO THIS PAINTING JUSTICE. THIS PAINTING IS HUGE CLOSE TO FIVE FEET TALL AND PAINTED BY THE FAMED FRENCH ARTIST CHARLES LEVIER. PRICE $7,000
ELVIS' OWNED VERY RARE CHARLES LEVIER CLOWN. ELVIS HAD A BRASS TAG AT THE BOTTOM ADDED WITH THE ARTISTS NAME. HUGE PAINTING OVER 4 FT TALL.
ELVIS OWNED OLLIE THOMPSON PAINTING TITLED "NOW".
I HAVE MANY MANY MORE ELVIS OWNED PAINTINGS AND OTHER PERSONAL ITEMS. I WILL LIST THEM AS SOON. GIVE ME A CALL IF YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION.
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Elvis Stutz rim.
This rim is from Elvis'
white Stutz and was originally obtained
from Elvis' cousin Billy Smith in the
early1980's. The rim was removed after Elvis' guy wrecked the car on the way to the carwash.
14k Baume Mercher Watch. A SOLID GOLD WATCH FROM ELVIS PRESLEY. While in Elvis' penthouse at the International Hotel, Armond Morales was given this 14k gold watch. It was a reward for the long hours of intense rehearsals. Elvis took the time to have it personally engraved, from E.P. PRICE $7000
Elvis Presley Gold Cross pen and holder. Sam Thompson received a phone call from Elvis stating, "Come over here, I have a Cadillac for you". Sam hurried to Graceland and met Elvis in his upstairs office. Elvis handed Sam the pen and holder from his Cadillac dealer to Sam and stated, "here is your Cadillac". Elvis laughed at the look on Sam's face and took him outside and showed him his new Cadilac. Elvis used this pen and holder in his office to sign many of his personal checks. Comes with a great letter from Sam. Price $2500.
Elvis Presley personal cufflinks. Both pairs of these cufflinks were given to Sam Thompson at the day of his wedding at Graceland. Sam asked Elvis to borrow a pair of cufflink and Elvis went up to his bedroom and brought down these cufflinks for Sam to wear during the wedding. Elvis then took a photo of Sam and his Wife on the stairs to his bedroom. Price $1500 each.
Elvis' Blue Nun Wine bottle. This is a very rare item. Elvis would occasionaly drink wine and when he did he preferred "Blue Nun". After Elvis drank from this bottle before a concert on Aug. 5th, 1976. A police office that was working security for Elvis kept the bottle as a keep sake. Price $900.
Elvis signed Pepsi Cup. This is a rare Elvis signature. I don't think I've ever seen an item like this before. Elvis is shown holding the same cup that he signed. Price $1900.
Elvis Presley signed cast. In 1975 Diana Henry went to see Elvis in concert in the Las Vegas Hilton. Elvis stopped the concert and went into the audience to sign Diana's cast. As Elvis signed it, a drop of his sweat hit his signature. Diana begged Elvis to sign it a second time, which he did. She kept this rarest of all signatures in a plastic box. It comes with a detailed two page notarized letter from Diana. Price $1700.
Elvis owned hurricane candle. This is one of four candles that
This is your chance to own an item that appeared on stage with Elvis. In one of Elvis' last concerts, his good friend, Felton Jarvis was called on stage with Elvis. This TCB name tag was worn by Felton that night and is clearly shown in many photos. Price $2000.
Elvis producer Felton Jarvis kept these guitar picks that Elvis used on stage from his return to stage until the end in 1977. All of the picks were in the possession of the Jarvis family until I purchased them last year. Price $1000 to $1800 each.
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