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    Elvis Presley 14K Gold "TCB" Necklace (Schwarz & Ableser, 1970). Gold charm fashioned in the shape of a lightning bolt topped with the letters "TCB," hanging from a gold rope chain. One of the first twelve "TCB" charms purchased by Elvis from Schwarz & Ableser Fine Jewelers in Beverly Hills in October, 1970. In Very Fine condition. LOA from Gerald Frazzini.

    Gerald Frazzini, then an officer with the Denver Police Department, worked as a personal bodyguard to the King from 1968-1975, especially in Denver and Las Vegas. Elvis had taken a liking to him, and brought him into his personal circle. On October 19, 1970 Elvis purchased twelve gold "TCB" charms - based on a sketch done by Elvis and Priscilla referencing his personal slogan ("Taking Care of Business") - with one of those original twelve gifted to Frazzini from Presley.


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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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