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    Elvis Presley Owned and Worn Sweatsuit (1960s). The King made a habit of giving his clothes, jewelry, and other personal items to friends and family. His personal bodyguard and confidant Sonny West was the beneficiary of this two-piece nylon sweatsuit - dark blue with white stripes - which Sonny attests was used by Elvis when he played racquetball, lounged about the house, or rode his motorcycle. The jacket shows minimal wear - it has a Cober Kuit label, with a front zipper and two side pockets, and appears to be a Medium or Large. The matching pants do not have any surviving labels, but also appear to be a Medium or Large size, with zippered pockets and zippered ankle flares. There is some visible wear on the inside of the waistband. LOA from Sonny West.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2013
    10th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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