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    Elvis Presley Neck Tie and Piece of Shirt from Jacksonville Concert, 1955. This black and white satin necktie was worn by Elvis during his famous Jacksonville, Florida concert at the start of his ascension to Rock and Roll King. Elvis threw this tie into the crowd and was then mobbed by over a hundred female fans who rushed the stage to get another piece. This is the performance that convinced Col. Parker to take on Elvis as his full time manager. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Janice Bales whose sister caught the necktie in the crowd while she got a remnant of Elvis' shirt; also with LOA from Stephen Shutts and LOA from Chris Jones to Elvis collector, Sean O'Neal.

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    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
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