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    Elvis Presley Gifted Watch with Book. A 10k gold-filled Glycine ladies' wristwatch, presented by Elvis and then-girlfriend Linda Thompson to her friend and former Miss Rhode Island, Jeanne LeMay, at Graceland on Christmas Eve 1973. The reverse is engraved with the inscription: "Merry Christmas/Love, Linda & E". The watch is featured in LeMay's book Elvis, Linda, and Me, a copy of which is included with this lot. The watch is in Very Fine to Excellent condition with very minor scratches to the crystal and small areas of tarnishing. Accompanied by LOAs from Linda Thompson and Jeanne LeMay.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2012
    14th Tuesday
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