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    Elvis Presley Belt, Circa 1970. Made of white leather, with red, yellow, blue and silver stone-like adornment, fringed ends with further bead adornment; this belt being the prototype for future stage belts created by Bill Belew of the IC Costume Company; included with two LOAs; the first from Red Fraley who notes in part "This belt was worn by Elvis Presley on stage at the International Hotel in Las Vegas in 1969. It was given as a gift by Elvis to J.D. Summner John Gardner...then to me;" the second from Joe Esposito reading in part "(This belt) was created by Mike McGregor who worked as a ranch hand at Graceland and Circle G Ranch an made a variety of leather goods for Elvis...Elvis wore this belt both as stage and casual wear."
    Length: 42"

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2012
    14th Tuesday
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