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    Elvis Presley Owned Watch. This digital gold watch made by Omega was owned by Elvis Aaron Presley. Coming from the Jimmy Velvet Collection, the watch was a gift from Elvis to his uncle Earl Pritchett. The watch was purchased by the Elvis Presley Museum in 1979. The watch has not been tested for functionality, and comes with a red Omega case and a Certificate of Authenticity from the Elvis Presley Museum. Scratches throughout, and Velcro has been applied to part of the band, resulting in a sticky residue. The watch face measures 1.5" x 1", and the band creates a 2.5" diameter. Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2015
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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